Aviation: Air France in Trouble as Asky set to start Flights to Paris


Air France in Trouble as Asky set to start Flights to Paris The West African carrier Asky Airlines has Air France in its sights as it plans to extend its route network to Paris and Johannesburg from its home region as the airline part-owned by Ethiopian Airlines seeks to increase passenger numbers and revenue. Asky plans to start direct flights […]

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African: ASKY Airlines finally makes profit of 2.2 billion Francs CFA Net Profit in 2015

ASKY Airlines made a 2.2 billion Francs CFA (4 million US $) net profit in the 2015 fiscal year. According to a statement by the airline it becomes the first in the West and Central Africa region to attain this historical milestone. Chief Executive Officer, the ASKY, Henok Teferra, said despite the daunting challenges of the operating environment in West […]

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How Asky became profitable

ASKY Airlines – headquartered in Lomé, Togo – was founded in November 2007 as an initiative of West African governments after the former multinational airline serving the region, Air Afrique, went bankrupt in 2002 and left a gap in the market. The airline commenced operations in January 2010 and today covers 22 destinations in 20 countries across West and Central […]

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