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ASKY returns to Johannesburg from 1 May ASKY returns to Johannesburg from 1 May

On 15 June 2019, ASKY inaugurated its Johannesburg route. Subsequently, in 2020, the route was suspended amid the health crisis.

ASKY has announced the resumption of its flights to South Africa. From May 1, the pan-African carrier will offer three weekly rotations (Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Sundays) between Lomé and Johannesburg.

On Wednesdays and Sundays, the outbound flight will make a stopover in Douala, Cameroon, while on Tuesdays, a stopover is planned in Kinshasa, DRC. On this route, the Togolese flag carrier will line up its Boeing 737-800 fleet - of which a new aircraft has just been added.

By returning to South Africa, ASKY will further boost services between the Rainbow Nation and West Africa. Currently, Johannesburg is linked to Lagos in Nigeria by Air Peace and South African Airways. The recently privatised South African flag carrier also connects its hub to Accra in Ghana.

Source: newsaero