ASKY INTRODUCES NON-STOP SERVICES TO ACCRA, LAGOS AND ABUJA

ASKY, a pan African airline formed by key players in Africa such as Bank for Investment and Development (EBID), the West African Development Bank (BOAD) and the ECOBANK Group, as part of its mission to connect West Africa and central Africa more easily with the focus of making business and leisure travel easily as well as reducing the flying time for travelling between the two regions of Africa, has inaugurate daily flights in Accra, Lagos and Abuja which started on July 3, 2017.

The Airline has also introduced flexibility in baggage allowance which allows passengers to travel with more baggage (ie, an economy class would have 40kg baggage allowance and business class would have 50kg baggage allowance).

ASKY is serving twenty-three cities in nineteen countries in Africa. The airline is currently operating a fleet of 8 New Generation air crafts, one Boeing 737 – 800, three Boeing 737-700 and four Dash Q-400.

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