Air Mauritius, South African Airways, RwandAir and Kenya Airways hope to use the alliance to achieve the "much-needed economies of scale" which would accord them improved efficiency and collaborations, writes Allan Olingo for the East African.
Four Top African Airlines to Take On Ethiopian
East African, 24 December 2018
Four African airlines plan to launch the first African Civil Aviation Alliance before March next year, to break the stranglehold of Ethiopian Airlines on the continent and boost… Read more »
Ethiopian Airlines launches first flight with an all-female crew (file photo).
Ethiopian Airlines Inaugurates Flights to Manchester
The Exchange, 17 December 2018
State-owned Ethiopian Airlines launched its first flight to Manchester on December 11, fulfilling its dream of expanding its international market. Read more »
Ethiopian Welcomes 10th Airbus
Addis Fortune, 15 December 2018
Ethiopian Airlines has taken delivery of its 10th Airbus A350, a wide-body jetliner, at a ceremony held at the Ethiopian Group headquarters. Read more »
Ethiopian Airlines has made the transport sector sit up and take notice in Africa and the world as it received many awards for excellence in the skies. The airline is now aiming to ... Read more »
Although Ethiopian is fully owned by the government, it is run by a team of professional aviation experts, writes Joe Nam for Daily Monitor. 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 »
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