ASKY Airlines with effect from 15th June 2018, will introduce daily flights from Lome-Abidjan-Accra-Lagos with non-stop daily flights from Lagos to Accra.
This service offers its customers convenient connections from Lagos to Accra and further extends to Abidjan, the economic nerve centre of Cote d’Ivoire.
Accra will be served daily from Lagos with early departure from 7:30 local time. This flight will also allow passengers connect with Abidjan through ASKY Airlines.
These routes will be served using ASKY’s B737-700 and 800 aircraft which further reiterates the airline’s commitment towards safety and convenience. These new routes offer more capacity and flexibility with a significant reduction in flight time between Abidjan, Accra and Lagos within the whole ASKY network.
The Commercial Director of the airline, Nowel Ngala in his address, reaffirmed the airline’s commitment towards connecting West and Central Africa.
“We are pleased to introduce this connection to afford travelers seamless connectivity within the Region”. “So much opportunities abound in West and Central Africa and the fastest and easiest way to empower businesses to leverage these opportunities is by creating convenient connections that allow for free movement of goods and persons”.
Whether you are a business executive catching up with an early morning meeting in Accra and looking to be back in Lagos before dusk, or you’re a trader who desires to be to Accra before nightfall, ASKY remains committed to getting you there in style.
ASKY the Pan African airline currently operates a fleet of 8 New Generation aircraft, one (1) Boeing 737 – 800, three (5) Boeing 737-700 and two (2) Dash Q-400 and now serves twenty-tree (23) cities in nineteen (19) countries on the African continent.