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ASKY scoops the best regional airline award

Posted 1 December 2016 · Add Comment

ASKY has been named as the winner of the African Airlines Association (AFRAA) Airline of the Year Award for regional operations.


Revealed at the AFRAA 48th Annual General Assembly held at Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe, the awards recognise excellence in service delivery, innovation and competitiveness in airlines.


“It is a great honour for all of us at ASKY to be recognized as the 2016 African Regional Operator of the Year by our Association. I wish to thank all my colleagues for their tireless efforts and contribution in enabling the airline to achieve this success,” said Henok Teferra, CEO of ASKY.

“This award is a validation of our business model as well as the exemplary Pan-African strategic partnership we have with Ethiopian Airlines. It also encourages us to redouble our efforts in ensuring better services and air connectivity to the travelling public in West and Central Africa” he said.
 

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