ASKY boosts connectivity in Africa

Tuesday, 28 September 2021 16:14
ASKY boosts connectivity in Africa

(Togo First) - Pan-African Airlines Asky announced it will, starting next Oct. 1, increase flights to most of its destinations. This is part of the company’s efforts to improve its connectivity across the continent.

Asky, which is based in Lomé, will fly every day to Abuja, Bamako, Conakry, Monrovia, and N’djamena. It will serve Accra on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays.

According to the statement published by the carrier, the change in flight schedules aims to “improve connectivity, increase frequencies, and provide a flawless daily service in a very short delay.”

The measure aligns with Togolese authorities’ ambition to make Lomé’s airport a first-class logistics hub in terms of passenger traffic. This was also why the airport was renovated in 2016. The infrastructure can presently receive 2 million passengers per year.

Esaïe Edoh

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