Africa's largest cargo operator to open second hub

Lomé TogoThe new centre will become Ethiopian Cargo's second African cargo hub. (Image source: Wikimedia Commons)Ethiopian Cargo has established its second African cargo hub in Lomé, Togo, in partnership with passenger airline ASKY Airlines

Africa's largest cargo operator serves more than 25 cargo destinations worldwide and will commence operations at the new hub following the phase-in of a Boeing 737-400F later this month.

The centre in the Togolese capital will become Ethiopian's second African cargo hub and will be used by the firm to convey goods and commodities between West Africa and markets across the globe.

ASKY has been serving passengers travelling within, to and from West and Central Africa for three years, and the carrier said the new hub would enable it to offer customers more convenient connectivity options.

ASKY was founded in 2008 and has its head office based in Lomé, while Ethiopian Cargo currently operates six freighter aircraft across the continent and beyond.

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