What Does Ethiopian Merger Mean for Africa's Aviation Sector?
The merger between Africa's most successful aviation player, Ethiopian Airlines, and the Ethiopian Airports Enterprise is raising fears of a monopoly in the sector.
Addis Fortune, 29 July 2017
The merger of Ethiopian Airlines and the Ethiopian Airports Enterprise (EAE) to create the Ethiopian Airlines Group has created a fear of monopoly and conflict of interest in the… Read more »
Ethiopian, which is the most successful airline in Africa, already flies to 95 cities around the world.
Addis Fortune, 21 July 2017
The Ethiopian Airlines Group has merged with the Ethiopian Airports Enterprise (EAE) forming the Aviation Holding Group with a regulation approved by the Council of Ministers (CoM)… Read more »
Ethiopian Herald, 20 July 2017
Luring sizable number of multinational companies to the continent attributable to handful attractive incentives and investment friendly environment, Ethiopian Cargo stepped in to… Read more »
Ethiopian Airlines has launched flights to Kaduna, its 55th African destination and its 5th destination in Nigeria. Kaduna State governor Malam Nasir el-Rufai has assured the ... Read more »
Reports of Ethiopian Airlines compelling passengers travelling to South Africa to pay an unauthorised "deportation" charge of between U.S.$75 and U.S.$150 have emerged, with ... Read more »