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Asky starts daily flights to Johannesburg, South Africa

ASKY 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 by Commercial Director, Asky, Nowel Ngala, the flights will be operated with a Boeing 737-800 NG aircraft.

ASKY currently operates a fleet of 8 new generation aircrafts, one (1) Boeing 737 – 800, five (5) Boeing 737-700 and two (2) Dash Q-400, with service to twenty-three (23) cities in nineteen (19) countries within Africa.

The airline’s focus is to develop intra-Africa routes network in order to facilitate regional integration, economic and tourism development.

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