ASKY Airlines is a private multinational passenger airline that serves West and Central Africa. With its headquarters situated in Lomé, Togo, ASKY operates from its central hub at Gnassingbé Eyadéma International Airport. Founded in 2008, the airline commenced its operations in January 2010. ASKY stands as a testament to the collaborative efforts to boost cross-border air transport in Africa, especially after the bankruptcy of Air Afrique in 2002. Furthermore, it enjoys a strategic partnership with Ethiopian Airlines and has maintained profitability since 2017.
ASKY Airlines operates flights across West and Central Africa, connecting cities such as Abidjan, Accra, Bamako, Dakar, Lagos, Nairobi, and many others, offering a comprehensive network of destinations to its passengers.
The fleet of ASKY Airlines is primarily made up of Boeing aircraft. As of April 2021, it operates with 5 Boeing 737-700s and 5 Boeing 737-800s. Notably, ASKY was among the first global airlines to operate dual-class Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 aircraft, ensuring a distinct cabin experience for its business class travelers.
- IATA: KP
- ICAO: SKK
Official site: www.flyasky.com