ASKY Airlines (KP, Lomé) has announced plans to resume flights to South Africa in June this year.

According to the carrier, flights from Lomé to Johannesburg O.R. Tambo will operate daily beginning on June 15. However, 4x a week, flights to Southern Africa will be routed Lomé-Lagos (Nigeria)-Libreville (Gabon)-Johannesburg and vv. while 3x a week, they will be routed Lomé-Lagos (Nigeria)-Douala (Cameroon)-Johannesburg and vv. All operations are on-board B737-700 equipment.

The Togolese carrier briefly operated a 4x weekly Lomé-Johannesburg O.R. Tambo route in early 2018 only to abandon it after a matter of weeks, ostensibly because of weak demand.

ASKY specialises in West and Central African flights employing a fleet of five B737-700s, one B737-800, and three Dash 8-400s.