ASKY Airline network currently covers 17 destinations in 17 countries of West and Central Africa.
ASKY currently operates 37 flights a week on this network with an average of 6,200 passengers per week.
From January 16, 2011, with its new schedule, ASKY will operate 68 flights a week with an estimation of 9,000 passengers per week.
This network is built around its hub in Lomé which becomes progressively a regional hub. Even ASKY strategic partner, Ethiopian Airlines, has increased its flights frequencies to Addis Ababa from Lomé.
Lomé hub provides the strategic position of being almost halfway between West Africa and Central Africa, enabling a perfect connection between these two regions.
ASKY is a leading airline and a pioneer in this region with scheduled flights at any time of the day on its network. Do you have any emergency or should you be at destination early next day morning, ASKY offers you departures between midnight and 06 H 00 in the morning. Other flights are available by midday.
Some flight schedule are constructed to enable quick connections for passengers transiting in Lomé or in Accra to Addis Ababa and therefore to the international network of Ethiopian Airlines.