Aviation: Asky Starts Daily Service to Johannesburg, South Africa

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ASKY, the Pan-African Airline, has announced the launch of its daily flights from Lagos to Johannesburg beginning from June 15, 2019. Johannesburg, South Africa will be connected to Lagos, Nigeria daily. According to press release signed Nowel NGALA, Commercial Director, Asky, the flights will be operated with a Boeing 737-800 NG aircraft. ASKY currently operates a fleet of 8 New […]

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Aviation: ASKY introduces daily West African flights on Lome, Lagos,Accra, Abidjan Route

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ASKY Airlines, the Pan-African Airline introduces, with effect from 15th June 2018, daily flights from LOME-ABIDJAN-ACCRA & LAGOS with non-stop daily flights from Lagos to Accra. According to a press release from the airline, this service offers its customers convenient connections from Lagos to Accra and further extends to Abidjan, the economic nerve centre of Cote d’Ivoire. Accra will be […]

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Africa: ASKY starts Lagos, Accra and Abuja Accra Direct Service on 10th July

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ASKY Airlines, the Pan African Airline, has launched daily flight operations between Lagos and Accra and between Accra and Abuja. This is in line with ASKY’s mission to seamlessly connect West and Central Africa, making business and leisure travel easy and reducing the flying time it takes to connect cities in the Region. According to the airline, with this new […]

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Africa: ASKY Airlines Commences Lagos, Johannesburg operations

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West Africa’s most profitable and Pan African airline, Asky is set to commence non-stop flight operation between Lome, the airline’s hub and Johannesburg effective 8 April 2017. In a release by the airline, it said with the commencement of the flight operation, Johannesburg will join the growing network of the carrier operating from Lome. It stated that passengers will be […]

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Aviation: ASKY Airlines set to begin flights to South Africa in April

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ASKY Airlines (KP, Lomé) has confirmed it will make its Southern African debut early during the next quarter. In a statement issued via social media, the Togolese carrier said a 4x weekly Lomé-Johannesburg O.R. Tambo, South Africa, service would commence from April 8 onwards using B737-800 equipment. Earlier this year, ASKY Chief Executive Officer Henok Teferra told Bloomberg that aside […]

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Aviation: Europe dumps old Aircraft on Africa then blacklist Airlines that buy them say expert

Just like other products, Africa has become a scrapyard for aircraft that have outlived their usefulness in Europe, Thabani Mthiyane, CEO of South Africa’s Air Traffic Navigation Services (ATNS) has said, calling on leaders on the continent to take their seat at the decision making table. In an interview with the B&FT in Accra, Thabani Mthiyane, who is also the […]

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Aviation: ASKY begins special fares on Lagos routes, expands codeshare network with Ethiopian Airlines.

Pan-African airline, ASKY, has introduced special fares and additional baggage allowance for its numerous customers on the Lagos to Douala and Lagos to Libreville routes. The special fare, according to a statement, is targeted at offering succour to the Nigerian travel public to these two destinations, considering the current economic challenges in the country. Also, additional baggage allowance affords passengers […]

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Battle for West Africa: South Africa Airlines Leads Ethiopian Airline Using Accra as Hub

By Ikechi Uko The news that the Ghana Government has granted South Africa Airways (SAA), the 5th Freedom Traffic Right to operate on the Accra-London route changes the Aviation landscape in West Africa. West Africa has a population of over 300 million People within 15 countries having over 40 Airports with the largest Economies in Africa. Yet there is no […]

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Aviation: Lome Togo May Become West Africa Aviation Hub As ASKY Plans MRO

ASKY Airlines (KP, Lomé) is planning to establish a training and aircraft MRO facility in West Africa in partnership with shareholder, Ethiopian Airlines (ET, Addis Ababa), the latter’s CEO Tewolde Gebremariam has disclosed. In an interview with The Reporter newspaper, Tewolde said talks with ASKY management and the Togolese government were currently ongoing and that if approved, the MRO facility […]

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Africa: Aviation sector needs urgent government attention-Uko

Travel expert and organiser of Akwaaba African Travel Market, Ikechi Uko said urgent government attention is needed to save the air travel industry. He spoke to Chinedu Eze. Excerpts: Let’s start with what the economy has done to domestic passenger traffic. What is your evaluation of the market? From my experience in the past two weeks going to Abuja and […]

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