ASKY Airline To Commence Nonstop Operations From Lome—Johannesburg April 8
ASKY, the Pan African Airline, is to commence its new nonstop service between Lomé and Johannesburg effective April 8, 2017.
With this flight, Johannesburg will join the growing ASKY network operating from Lomé.
Passengers will be able to connect between Johannesburg and ASKY’s entire network in West and Central Africa, including Abidjan, Bamako, Conakry, Dak
Passengers in many of these markets will be able to reduce hours of flying with this new connection over the current schedules offered in the markets.
According to the airline the flight will be operated with 737-800 aircraft, configured with 16 business class seats and 138 economy seats while tickets can be booked at all ASKY offices or your usual travel agents.
ASKY Airlines is a passenger airline founded on the initiative of West African governments and has its Head Office in Lomé, Togo.
It operates across several West and Central African countries, operating out of its hub at Lomé-Tokoin Airport.