Pan-African airline reaches milestone

Henok Teferra, ASKY CEO

Henok Teferra, ASKY CEO

ASKY  the pan African airline, announced on Thursday that it has reached the milestone of 2 million passengers transported on its flights since commencing operations in 2010.

ASKY currently operates over 150 flights and covers 22 cities in 19 countries across West and Central Africa. The regional airline transports on average 10 000 passengers per week.

“We are very proud to have reached the milestone of 2 million passengers. It is a testimony to our high standard service both on the ground and on-board, our excellent connectivity options and our top-notch operational efficiency with 90% of our flights departing on-time. I wish to thank above all else our employees, the ASKY family, who work hard every day and have made the airline the success it is today”, said Henok Teferra, ASKY CEO.

“ASKY’s objective is to serve the air connectivity needs of the West and Central Africa travelling public, so that they are able to do business in the region, conduct important government work and visit their friends and relatives”  added  Henok Teferra.

About ASKY, the pan African airline
ASKY (, the pan African airline, has been operating in West and Central Africa since January 20, 2010. ASKY has a fleet of Next Generation aircrafts: 3 Boeing 737 – 700 and 4 Dash Q-400. ASKY serves 22 cities in 19 countries in Africa, namely: Ivory Coast, Ghana, Mali, Central Africa Republic, Guinea Bissua, Congo Brazzaville, Guinea Conakry, Benin, Senegal, Cameroon, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Congo Kinshasa, Nigeria, Gabon, Togo, Tchad, Niger and Burkina Faso.


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