Fly With Asky Airlines
Getting to know ASKY Airlines
ASKY Air is a relatively newcomer in the airline industry but has found its niche in a much needed service for Africa. ASKY stands for “African Sky” and is increasing its fleet and destination since its humble beginnings.
The company was founded in 2008 and formed as a successor to Air Afrique. However, commercial passenger service did not commence right away. It has partnered with Ethiopian Airlines (whom partly owns the company).
The Togolese airliner launched operations in 2010 with a maiden flight from Lomé to Abidjan and Banjul.
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Why fly with ASKY
- Been operating across African skies for 6 years since 20120
- Transported over 2 000 000 passengers as of 2015
The actual baggage allowance can differ per flight. The most current details pertaining to checked or carry-on baggage will be detailed in the booking documents.Checked-In Luggage
- Economy Class passengers: Luggage allowance is 30 kg
- Executive Class passengers: Luggage allowance is 40 kg
There is a surcharge for excess baggage which is payable at check-in timeCarry-On luggage
ASKY allows only one piece of hand baggage with a maximum weight of 7kg and measuring not more than 20 x 40 x 55cm or 8 x 16 x 22inches into the cabin for all classes of flight bookings.
Due to some lengthy security checkpoint waiting times, earlier arrival to the departure airport is recommended ASKY Air recommends arrival time at the airport prior to departure of Pan-African flights is 2 hours. Check-in closing time before scheduled departure is 45 minutes.
ASKY only offers its passengers the option of economy class seating.
ASKY Airlines with its hub based in Lomé, Togo offers 23 destinations throughout West and Central Africa. It currently operates 174 flights a week within their network.
ASKY Air has enlarged their flight route network into Europe, United States, Canada, South Africa and the Middle East by linking in Lomé with Ethiopian Airline’s extensive network of flights. The hub in Lomé enables quick connections for passengers to other destinations.
ASKY Air’ has increased its equipment and is proud that they have the most modern and youngest fleet in the West and Central Africa with an average age of no more than three years.
The fleet consists of three Boeing 737-700 holding 115 passengers. 16 seats are allocated for Business Executive Class and the rest is Economy Class. The other three pieces of equipment utilized are Bombardier Dash-8 and are equipped with 67 seats of which 7 seats are assigned in the Business Executive Class category.
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