ASKY, the West African airline company launched in 2010, has transported approximately 178.730 passengers in one year, according to statistics that were made public.
Today ASKY registers a weekly average of 7.000 transported passengers, declared Raïmi Sounmanou, the company’s Communication and PR Manager.
According to him, the airline finished December 2010 with a rate of 65.6 % occupancy rate, which is a 7.4 % progress as of November 2010 and of 30 % as of June 2010.
ASKY is unmistakably the first network company of western and central Africa. Indeed with presently 37 weekly flights, and soon 67 weekly flights from January 18th, ASKY operates the densest network of the region. A network is effectively built around its Lomé hub.