The Pan African Airline, Asky, which took delivery of its 10th aircraft on October 1, 2021, has restructured its flight schedule with increased frequencies to most of its current markets for optium service delivery.
The 10th aircraft, EIS, was highly anticipated as it is a Boeing 737-800 with a capacity of 16 business class and 138 economy class seats designed to offer customers comfort and style in the air and its restructuring process comes as a need to improve connectivity, increase frequencies and provide same day seamless connection with very short transit time at its hub in Lome, Togo.
From october 1, Monrovia, Abuja, Bamako, Conakry and Ndjamena services have increased to daily flights while Accra is now having double daily flights on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
The airline prides itself in on-time performance and its constant quest to improve services while providing travellers with the best connection within West and Central Africa and beyond with its partnership with Ethopian Airlines which opens up the region to direct daily flights from Lome to United States, JFK and NYC passengers can be sure of a seamless connection from whatever.
Asky is a hundred percent privately owned airline by the regional banking institutions in Africa that includes the ECOWAS Bank for Investment and Development (EBID), the West Africa Development Bank (BOAD) and ECOBANK Group (ETI) in partnership with Ethopian Airlines.
Asky is a commercial company that is managed by experienced African aviation professionals with Ethopian airlines as its stratgic partner. It currently operates a fleet of 10 aircrafts: five Boeing 737-800s and five Boeing 737-700s, serving 25 cities in 22 countries within Africa.
Its focus is to develop a strong intra-Africa network that foster regional development, tourism, economic growth and regional integration as a major economic catalyst within the continent with its long-term goals of a sustainable business focused on profitability.