The carrier is opening new destinations and shifting gateways in order to giving passengers the best possible connectivity and shortest routes.
Battle for U.S. Skies - Ethiopian Airlines Ups the Stakes
East African, 4 February 2019
Africa's leading carrier, Ethiopian Airlines, has upped the competition for the US market, with this week's announcement that it will introduce three-times-a-week flights to the… Read more »
Ethiopian Restructures Its Entire U.S. Network
ENA, 29 January 2019
Ethiopian Airlines announced that it will re-structure its U.S. network that includes opening new destination, adding frequencies and shifting gateways as of the summer of 2019. Read more »
As Kenya Airways Struggles With USA Route, Ethiopian Airlines Reacts
The Exchange, 29 January 2019
Ethiopian Airlines announces plans to 'restructure its entire U.S. network' which will see them opening new destination, adding frequencies and shifting gateways. Read more »
Ethiopian Airlines Moves Operations to Abuja New Terminal
Guardian, 26 January 2019
Leading African airline, Ethiopia Airlines, has moved its operations to the newly commissioned terminal building at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA), Abuja. 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 »
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 »
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 ... Read more »
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