Although Ethiopian is fully owned by the government, it is run by a team of professional aviation experts, writes Joe Nam for Daily Monitor.
How Ethiopian Airlines Rose to the Top in Africa
Monitor, 26 August 2018
The airline is fully owned by the government of Ethiopia. State backing is a prerequisite for a major national enterprise with long term goals, such as an airline. Note, however,… Read more »
Ethiopian Airlines launches first flight with an all-female crew (file photo).
Ethiopian Airlines Concludes Purchase of 49% Stake in New Chadian Airlines
East African, 24 August 2018
Ethiopian Airlines has announced that it has completed the deal to purchase a 49 per cent stake in new Chadian Airlines. Read more »
Commenting on the recently announced privatisation plan by the government for the national carrier, the company's CEO said it "would be good if African countries such as Nigeria ... Read more »
The Minister of State for Aviation Hadi Sirika says claims by the Ethiopian Airlines's chief executive that their airline is among the frontrunners to set up and manage Nigeria's ... Read more »
Ethiopian Airlines, the largest aviation group in Africa has scooped the 2017 Airline Reliability Performance Award, for the 7th year in a row, from Bombardier Aerospace. Read more »
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