Key airport information may also be found at:

In Togo, the National Agency of Civil Aviation of Togo (ANAC-TOGO) created by the law n° 2007-007 of January 22nd, 2007 bearing the code of the civil aviation, is the authority in charge of the implementation of international standards and recommendations and the implementation of the Togolese State's civil aviation policy. 

In this capacity, ANAC-TOGO is responsible for: 

The Agency represents the State in the commissions, committees, assemblies and councils whose object relates to its missions.  

ASKY Airlines serves 19 scheduled destinations throughout West and Central Africa from its hub at Lomé airport. ASKY can connect flights in its network to various points in the Ethiopian Airlines network, with whom it has codeshare arrangements, via Addis Ababa and beyond to the Middle East, Far East, and East Africa. Lomé–Tokoin Airport (IATA: LFW, ICAO: DXXX), also known as Gnassingbé Eyadéma International Airport, with a capacity for up to 2 million passengers annually, is ASKY’s hub. (source: Wikipedia)

Companies operating in Lomé Airport with their destinations are shown in the table below.


Air Burkina

Cotonou, Ouagadougou
Air Cote d'IvoireAbdijan - F.H. Boigny
Air FranceParis - Charles de Gaulle, Niamey - D. Hamani
ASKY AirlinesAbdijan - F.H. Boigny, Abuja - N. Azikwe, Accra - Kotoka, Niamey - D. Hamani, Ouagadougou, Pointe Noire Antonio-Agostinho-Neto
Brussels AirlinesAccra - Kotoka, Brussels - National 
Ceiba International AirlinesMalabo
Ethiopian AirlinesAddis Ababa Bole, Newark - Liberty 
Royal Air MarocAccra - Kotoka, Casablanca - Mohammed V
TAP Air PortugalAccra - Kotoka, Lisbon - H. Delgado

(source: Wikipedia)

For more information on government agency and airport company contacts, please see the following links: 

4.1 Togo Government Contact List

4.5 Togo Airport Companies Contact List