Asky Airlines started direct flight connections with Togo’s capital (Lomé) and Angola, with an inaugural flight that landed in Luanda last week with 55 passengers.
In this route, Asky Airlines is to have three flights per week, namely arriving in Luanda on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, with departures from the Angolan capital to Lomé scheduled for Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
ANGOP has learnt that the return ticket is to cost USD 600 for the economic class.
Asky Airlines, headquarted in Togo, flies to 24 destinations in 21 countries of Central and West Africa, including Cabo Verde, Guinea Bissau and São Tomé and Príncipe. It carries out 200 flights per week, with an average transportation of 200,000 passangers weekly.
This African airliner has been operating for 13 years.
After witnissing the arrival of the inaugural flight, the secretary of State for Tourism, Hélder Marcelino, said to the press that this new air connection will boost businesses, tourism and other services in Africa.