ASKY airlines has started daily flights between Accra, Lagos and Abuja in line with its goal of being a Pan African airline.
A statement released by the air company said these new routes offered more capacity and flexibility with a significant reduction in flight time between Lagos, Accra, Abuja and the entire network of ASKY to transact business in a convenient manner.
It further added the move was in line with its mission to seamlessly connect West and Central Africa, making business and leisure travel easy and reducing the flying time it takes to connect cities within Africa.
With the introduction of the new service, passengers would now be able to connect these cities and many others daily, departing in the morning and arriving later in the day.
The statement noted that “In addition to this, ASKY also introduced additional baggage allowance which enables passengers to travel with more baggage for less.”
“Passengers in Economy class would have 40kg baggage allowance, while those in business class would be entitled to 50kg,” it said.
ASKY is the pan-African airline that was ASKY is a commercial company, created by regional institutions like the Bank for Investment and Development (EBID), the West African Development Bank (BOAD) and the ECOBANK Group.
It currently serves 23 cities in 19 countries on the continent. Its operating fleet includes eight New Generation aircraft, one Boeing 737 – 800, three Boeing 737-700 and four Dash Q-400.