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ASKY Airlines is a passenger airline founded on the initiative of West African governments with its headquarters located at Lome, Togo.
ASKY Airlines is the pan-African airlines that was created by regional institutions: the Bank for Investment and Development (EBID), the West African Development Bank (BOAD) and the ECOBANK Group. ASKY the Pan African Airline currently operates a fleet of 7 New Generation aircrafts such as Boeing 737s and Bombardier.
ASKY Airlines operates across several West and Central African countries. ASKY Airlines flies to many destinations including Abidjan, Abuja, Accra, Bamako, Bangui, Bissau, Beirut, Brazzaville, Conakry, Cotonou, Dakar, Douala, Freetown, Kinshasa, Lagos, Libreville, Niamey, Monrovia, N'Djamena, Niamey, Ouagadougou, Pointe Noire and Yaounde.
ASKY's network currently covers 22 destinations in 20 countries of West and Central Africa. ASKY operates 210 flights a week on its network.
ASKY is able to connect flights in its network to various points in the Ethiopian Airlines network, with whom it has codeshare agreements via Addis Ababa and beyond to the Middle East, Far East and East Africa.
Ethiopian Airlines is Asky Airlines' technical and strategic partner and has a management agreement with ASKY Airlines.
Frequent Flyer Program
ASKY Airlines operates a loyalty programme called ASKY Club, which rewards passengers for travelling frequently with ASKY Airlines.
There are 4 levels of membership available to members:
The Black level of ASKY club is the highest level of frequent flyer program and makes it the highest customer available. When flying ASKY, customers will be granted a tier activity bonus of 100% on your status miles accrued.
As a black member, frequent flyer members will enjoy 20kg baggage allowance.
22nd June 2018
New Flight Routes: From Lome-Abidjan-Accra and Lagos
ASKY Airlnies has commenced daily flights between Lome, Abidjan, Accra and Lagos from 15th June 2018.
A statement issued in Accra by the Airline said the service was designed to provide a direct flight between Accra-Lagos and Accra-Abidjan.
The new routes offers more capacity and flexibility with a significant reduction in flight time between Abidjan, Accra and Lagos with the whole ASKY network and operated ny Boeing 737-700.
The statement said passengers on these flights would also enjoy 40kg baggage allowance in Economy class and 50kg in Business.
ASKY Airlines is a commercial company under private law and managed by experienced professionals from Africa.
The airline currently operates a fleet of 8 new Generation aircrafts, 1 Boeing 737-800, 5 Boeing 737-700 and 2 Dash Q-400.
ASKY now flies to 23 cities in 19 countries in Africa.
15th March 2018
Everts Air Alaska orders two MD-83 P2Fs
Everts Air Alaska (5V, Fairbanks Int'l) has ordered two McDonnell Douglas freighter conversions from Aeronautical Engineers, Inc. (AEI). In an announcement earlier this week, AEI said the aircraft would be placed with Everts Air Cargo (5V, Fairbanks Int'l) once completed.
The first MD-83 (msn 53471) will commence modification on April 4, 2018, and will be re-delivered at the beginning of August 2018. Immediately thereafter, the second MD-83 (msn TBD) will undergo modification ahead of redelivery to Everts in December 2018.
Everts will use the AEI MD-83SF freighters to replace and augment their existing fleet of DC-9-30(F)s of which it operates four. It also operates one MD-82(SF) and two MD-83(SF)s as well as one B727-200(F) and two EMB-120RT(F)s among other types.
2nd February 2018
Guinea Airlines chooses Ethiopian Airlines and ASKY Airlines as a strategic partner
The company based in Conakry signed an agreement concerning the provision of technology transfer, maintenance and commercial management to Guinea airlines. Whether Ethiopian airlines are to have any equity in the airline has not yet been specified. This comes along with Ethiopian's current partnership ASKY airlines, making a trilateral partnership with the potential to 'fill the air connectivity vacuum' between the Mano River countries.
On behalf of Guinea Airlines CEO, Mr Cheick Dem for his part appreciated Ethiopian Airlines for the effort to realize the establishment of Guinea Airlines. He also vowed to honor the terms of the agreement and to ensure that the partnership will indeed be a model.
H.E. Mr. Oye Guilavogui, the Guinean Minister for Transport, who co-signed the agreement, on his part, expressed his joy and said: "I thank the entire delegation that accompanied me for the realization of this partnership. I am very happy with the Ethiopian side who deployed a lot of efforts for the signing of this agreement. We hope that by the end of June, our aircraft will start flying to Conakry, neighboring countries as well as regional capitals.”
6th December 2017
Liberia: Asky Airlines Resume Commercial Flights to Liberia
ASKY Airlines has officially resumed flights to Liberia after three years of absence.
The Togolese-based airline in partnership with the Ethiopian Airline, touched down at the James Springs Payne Airport on Wednesday, November 1, at 16:15 GMT.
In flight marked ET-AQF were 60 passengers, including a famous Liberian politician, Dew Tuah Wreh Mason.
The Airline suspended its operation in Liberia during the heat of the deadly Ebola Virus Disease in 2014.
In early June of 2014 ASKY airline flew several passengers from Liberia including the late Patrick Sawyer, who died as a result of Ebola in Nigeria.
ASKY Airlines received their new B737 700 aircraft with a seating capacity of 154 configured with a dual-class to reinforce the current fleet of ASKY made up of four Bombardier Dash 8 and B737-700.
This aircraft will be immediately deplored to most of the large markets within the markets within the network such as Dakar, Kinshasa, Libreville, Douala, Abidjaan, Yaounde, Bamako, Lagos.
Asky Airlines, the pan African airline with the largest network in West and Central Africa, won the award for the most promising airline of the year.
ASKY's network is built around its hub in Lome which gradually positions itself as a regional hub. Strategically speaking, the Lome hub has the advantage of being positioned almost halfway between West Africa and Central Africa, enabling a perfect connection between these two regions. Business Class seats for ASKY Airlines are 60cm wide and passengers are given wool blankets and pillows.
ASKY Airlines was announced as the recipient of the African Airlines Association Airline of the Year Award for Regional Operations.
ASKY recently received the Award of THE MOST PROMISING AIRLINE OF THE YEAR by the Ghana Aviation Award held on July 29, 2016 in Accra, Ghana. The Pan-African airline operated its first flight in 2010, and currently covers a network of 22 destinations in 19 countries with one of the youngest fleet in the region composed of eight aircrafts, including three Boeing 737-700, one Boeing 737-800 and four Bombardier DHC-8-400. In October 2016, Ethiopian Airlines announced it had finalised preparations to resume services to Conakry in February 2017.
Conakry is the capital of The Republic of Guinea and a port city on the Atlantic Ocean serving as the country’s economic, financial and cultural center. Guinea is a major producer of bauxite and has rich deposits of diamonds and gold. With this flight, Ethiopian joins partner ASKY Airlines at Conakry.
Passengers in Conakry can currently connect to major cities in West Africa and the Americas via ASKY’s hub at Lomé, including Lagos, Douala, Libreville, Cotonou, Kinshasa, Brazzaville, São Paulo and New York.
All passengers traveling on ASKY flights in business class or economy class are allowed to carry hand luggage with dimensions not to exceed:
• Length 55 cm
• Width 25 cm
• Depth 40 cm
The maximum weight of your luggage allowed in the cabin is:
• 10kg in business class
• 07kg in economy class
Checked baggage: Checked baggage must not exceed a size of:
• Length 90 cm
• Width 53 cm
The weight of checked luggage depends on the passenger's class of travel.
The weight of the luggage in the hold will be indicated on your ticket:
• 40kg in business class
• 30kg in economy class
Bombardier Dash 8 Q400
Lome Tokoin Airport
Lome-Tokoin Airport is the airport serving Lome, the capital of Togo. ASKY Airlines, a subsidiary of Ethiopian Airlines has its hub airport at Lome-Tokoin Airport.
Other airlines which fly to and from this airport includes Air Burkina, Air Cote d'Ivoire, Air France, Asky Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Ceiba Intercontinental Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines and Royal Air Maroc.
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ASKY Airlines to establish training and aircraft MRO in West Africa.ASKY Airlines is reportedly set to establish a new training and aircraft MRO in West Africa, in partnership with Ethiopian.
ASKY Airlines' CEO speaks on what it takes to run an airline in Africa.ASKY Airlines was founded in 2007 as the African carrier to serve the West region of the continent following Air Afrique's bankruptcy in 2002. Operations began in 2010, and six years later the carrier serves 20 countries in Africa and over 10 thousand passengers weekly. Much of the success of ASKY is due to the participation of major African plater Ethiopian, holder of 40% of ASKY's stake.
In an interview with How We Made it in Africa, ASKY Airline's CEO Henok Teferra said the main challenge for African carriers is that governments pose many restrictions for air connectivity, and the industry is still perceived as a luxury industry in the continent.
At the moment, 80% of the African market share is owned by non-african carriers. The current tendencies show that air traffic is increasing inside Africa, not to and from Africa. Regarding this, Teferra said air traffic growth is directly correlated with gdp growth, so the regions growing the most economically are growing also in air traffic.
ASKY Airlines report $4 million profit for 2015
ASKY Airlines has just reported a record breaking 4 million USD in net profit for the company over 2015. CEO Henok Teferra said despite the challenges present in the African carrier industry, their strong business plan managed to overcome adversities and deliver the well received result.
Teferra also stated this results were a motivation for the whole company and that they are encouraged to keep working very hard with a list of new destinations to help serve the region's travel needs.