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ASKY returns to Gambia in November with 4 weekly flights ASKY returns to Gambia in November with 4 weekly flights

ASKY will relaunch its flights to The Gambia on November 5th. The pan-African company will offer 4 weekly flights from Togo, with stopovers in Ghana and Sierra Leone. She will also be back in South Africa on November 19, with 1 daily flight.

ASKY has already rescheduled its flights to Banjul. According to the director of distribution and network planning of the pan-African company, it will return to the Gambian capital on November 5. In a post on Twitter (Wednesday, October 21), Tevi-Benissan Daté indicates that the carrier will offer 4 weekly flights from Lomé in Togo, with stopovers in Accra in Ghana and Freetown in Sierra Leone.

As part of the rebuilding of its network, the carrier will also return to Johannesburg in South Africa from November 19 (1 daily flight). Since August 3, ASKY has gradually reopened almost all of its routes in Central and West Africa. All that remains is to resume its connections to Pointe Noire in the Congo.

For its expansion projects, the company planned to launch on April 1, 2020, 3 weekly flights to Cape Verde. She was also eyeing East Africa, the United Arab Emirates, Lebanon and France. But in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, The carrier opted for the stabilization of gains.

“Our expansion plan for 2020 has been suspended, both in terms of new lines and the acquisition of aircraft. We will consolidate what already exists until we come out of the crisis ”indicated in August, Nowel Ngala, ASKY's commercial director.
Source: newsaero