ASKY AIRLINES: A RESILIENT RETURN

Romuald Ngueyap, Aviation Journalist, Newsaero On August 3, ASKY Airlines resumed flights to some 15 African countries. After more than 3 months of inactivity due to the global health crisis. While the reopening of air borders is gradually being done in several African countries, it comes with its share of restrictions. “We operate in fewer markets than expected with limited frequencies, this affects our channel, our demand and connectivity” explains Nowel Ngala, ASKY’s Commercial Director,

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Airbus A330-800 Neo. An African Fit Post-Pandemic?

Derek Nseko, iFly Aviation The Airbus A330 series has been in production for close to 3 decades. With over 1400 units sold, it has been one of manufacturer Airbus’ proudly successful products.  Made for the middle market segment, its initial competitor was the Boeing 767. However, as it aged and with the emergence of the 787 Dreamliner, it became apparent that Airbus needed a new product with new engines and perhaps additional range capability. Enter

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