Asky Airlines has resumed scheduled passenger flights from its Lome base to various destinations across central and Western Africa.

The Pan African Airline has resumed flights to destinations that have eased lockdown restrictions. In a statement Asky Airlines said, “We are pleased to inform our passengers that a new flight schedule has been availed in the system effective August 3, 2020, for them to proceed with bookings and reservations.”

Flights will be serviced using a mixed fleet of Boeing 737 and a Dash8 aircraft. Abidjan, Abuja, Accra, Bamako, Cotonou are some of the destinations already under service and the airline has listed Douala, Johannesburg and Libreville to resume from 14 to 17 August 2020 using a Boeing 737 aircraft.

Interior of an Asky Airlines Boeing 737. Image Asky Airlines

Asky Airlines are resuming flights under new health regulations that have become the norm across the African market. In preparation for the flights resumption, the airline together with health officials at Lome Airport Authorities carried out cleansing of the airport facilities.

The statement noted that these flights would operate under the strict guidelines of measure put in place by each individual governments, International Civil Aviation Organization and International Air Transport Association to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus in the aviation sector. These measures include social distancing, wearing of a mask, frequent hand sanitization and aircraft disinfecting before and after boarding.

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