Ethiopian Airlines will be making inroads into Nigeria's skyline but not everyone is happy about the news, accusing the airline of wanting to take over the air traffic market on the continent, a strategy that would not allow countries in such partnership the ability to develop their aviation sector to its full potential.
Stakeholders Reject Ethiopian Airlines' Plan to Fly Local Routes in Nigeria
This Day, 17 July 2019
Aviation industry stakeholders have rejected the plan by Ethiopian Airlines to set up a domestic carrier in Nigeria, using local investors. Read more »
Ethiopia Airlines Plan to Establish Domestic Carrier in Nigeria
This Day, 13 July 2019
Ethiopia Airlines has indicated that it plans to establish a domestic carrier in Nigeria as part of its strategies to spread its tentacles in Africa. Read more »
'Why Nigeria, Other African Countries Need National Carrier'
Daily Trust, 24 June 2019
Managing Director of Ethiopian Airlines International Services Mr. Esayas Hailu in this interview said Africa needs more airlines to end the current state of affairs in the region… Read more »
Nigeria Air Project - We Are Ready to Offer Support, Says Ethiopian Airlines
Daily Trust, 11 June 2019
Africa's largest carrier, Ethiopian Airlines says it is ready to offer support for the success of the Nigeria Air project, if called upon by the Federal Government. Read more »
Ethiopia's national air carrier Ethiopian Airlines is considering flights to the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou, an emerging technology hub where it plans to attract more Chinese ... 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 »
Africa's most profitable airline Ethiopian Airlines has furthered its vision of setting up multiple hubs in southern, central and the Horn of Africa by acquiring a 45% stake in ... 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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