ASKY, the Pan-African Airline, has announced that it will launch its inaugural flight from Lome, Togo, to Nairobi, Kenya, on October 1.
The airline said it was excited to offer its passengers a new destination to the vibrant city of Nairobi, where they can experience its culture, wildlife and business opportunities.
“Embark on a new journey with ASKY to the vibrant city of Nairobi! Explore the cultural richness, and captivating landscapes that Nairobi has to offer.”
Embark on a new journey with ASKY to the vibrant city of Nairobi!
Starting from October 1st, experience the thrill of our new destination. Explore the cultural richness, captivating landscapes that Nairobi has to offer.
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— ASKY (@ASKY_airlines) August 23, 2023
Nairobi will be served three weekly non-stop in both directions using the two-class, 154-seat 737-800.
ASKY is a private airline established by regional banking institutions in Africa, including the ECOWAS Bank for Investment and Development (EBID), the West African Development Bank (BOAD) and the ECOBANK Group (ETI), in partnership with Ethiopian Airlines.
According to Simplefyling, on August 21, Togo’s government acquired a 14.39% stake in ASKY Airlines, according to the terms of an agreement signed by Minister of Economy and Finance Sani Yaya, and ASKY founder Gervais Djondo.
ASKY operates a fleet of 13 aircraft: nine Boeing 737-800 and four Boeing 737-700.
The airline has its hub at Gnassingbé Eyadéma International Airport and serves several regions in West and Central Africa. The airline is a strategic partner of Ethiopian Airlines.
It serves 27 cities in 24 countries in Africa, with a focus on developing a strong intra-African network that fosters regional development, tourism, economic growth and regional integration.
ASKY’s long-term goal is to run a sustainable and profitable business that contributes to the economic development of the continent.