Togo: ASKY takes delivery of two Boeing 737 Max aircraft

Asky Airlines, the pan-African airline based in Lomé, is bolstering its fleet with 2 new aircraft. The company has just taken delivery of two Boeing 737 Max aircraft at Gnassingbé Eyadéma International Airport (AIGE), we learn. This extension of the carrier’s fleet strengthens its service capacity. A few days earlier, the airline opened up to a new destination, Nairobi in Kenya, with three weekly flights.

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From Lomé, this new arrival comes shortly after the Togo government acquired a 6 billion FCFA ($10M) stake in the company, for a 14% share. This follows the Togolese government’s growing interest in the activities and development of Asky, which operates from its Lomé hub, reinforcing the strategic importance of the Lomé airport hub.

Asky currently covers a network of 26 cities in 24 countries on the African continent.

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