ASKY airline commences non-stop flight from Lagos to Jo’burg




By Sade Williams

ASKY, the Pan African Airline, has  announced its new nonstop service between Lomé and Johannesburg effective 8 April 2017.


With this flight, Johannesburg will join the growing ASKY network operating from Lomé while assengers will be able to connect between Johannesburg and ASKY’s entire network in West and Central Africa, including Abidjan, Bamako, Conakry, Dakar, Douala, Lagos, Libreville, Niamey, Ouagadougou and Yaoundé.


Passengers in many of these markets will be able to reduce hours of flying with this new connection over the current schedules offered in the markets.


FLIGHT  DAYS                                                               ORIGI   DEP    ARR             DEST               Aircraft
KP1201  Monday / Wednesday / Friday / Sunday Lomé     14 :00     22 :15    Johannesburg  737-800
KP1200  Monday / Wednesday / Friday / Sunday Jo’burg 07 :15  11 :30         Lomé                 737-800

The flight will be operated with 737-800 aircraft, configured with 16 business class seats and 138 economy seats.


Tickets can be booked at all ASKY offices or your usual travel

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