Ethiopian Airlines East Africa Operational Flight Number Changes from July 2014

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Ethiopian Airlines from 01JUL14 is changing operational flight numbers in East Africa, which sees following destinations to switch to ET300-399 flight number series. Addis Ababa – Djibouti ET30x/32x > ET36x (Including service via Domestic points in Ethiopia) Addis Ababa – Entebbe ET81x/82x > ET33x (Including service onward to Kigali) Addis Ababa – Hargeisha ET30x/31x > […]

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Where Does the Ethiopian Airlines Dreamliner Fly?

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Ethiopian Airlines Addis Ababa – Nairobi One-off service on 27APR13, First Boeing 787 resumed service Addis Ababa – Dubai eff 28APR13 up to 2 daily Addis Ababa – Abuja 29MAY13, 31MAY13, 12JUN13, 14JUN13, 26JUN13 Addis Ababa – Harare – Lusaka – Addis Ababa eff 12MAY13 ET873 3 weekly Addis Ababa – Lagos 28MAY13 – 02JUN13 […]

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Ethiopian Airlines – a True Pride of Africa

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The business model of Ethiopian Airlines is outstanding enough to be emulated by all African enterprises, argues Abdul Mohammed, chief of staff for the African Union High Level Implementation Panel on Sudan. Many of us fly to Addis Abeba on Ethiopian Airlines and so, in the most practical sense, our mere presence in the political […]

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Ethiopian: daily London-Addis Ababa flights from July

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Ethiopian Airlines is to increase its Heathrow-Addis Ababa flights to a daily service, from July 8 this year. The new Tuesday service will increase frequency from its current six flights a week. The airline, a Star Alliance member, is also set to move to the new Heathrow Terminal 2 in September. The rebuilt terminal, also […]

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Changi Airport welcomes the arrival of Ethiopian Airlines

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Theodore Koumelis - 05 December 2013, 00:05 New service to Addis Ababa connects Singapore to more points in Africa SINGAPORE – Changi Airport Group (CAG) welcomed the arrival of Ethiopian Airlines, the latest addition to the family of airlines operating at Singapore Changi Airport. The East African carrier will operate a thrice-weekly service between Singapore and the capital city […]

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Ethiopian’s Boeing 787 Fuselage Repair Passes Halfway Stage

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Credit: BBC Boeing engineers repairing the Ethiopian Airlines 787-8 stranded at London Heathrow Airport for five months since it was badly damaged by an emergency beacon fire have replaced a large section of the upper fuselage structure and refitted the tail unit as part of efforts to return the aircraft to service early next year. […]

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Boeing prepares to fix fire-damaged Ethiopian Dreamliner

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Boeing is preparing to repair or rebuild the Ethiopian Airlines 787 Dreamliner that burned at Heathrow Airport July 12, and is building scaffolding around the aircraft to begin the work. The aircraft builder and Ethiopian are being tight-lipped about the exact approach, for instance whether the carbon composite aircraft will be patched on the tarmac […]

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Special Fare to Addis Ababa with Qatar Airways

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In a relatively short time, Qatar Airways has grown to over 120 destinations worldwide, offering unmatched levels of service excellence that have helped excel the award-winning carrier to become best in the world. Voted Airline of the Year 2011 and in 2012 in the prestigious Skytrax industry audit, Qatar Airways has won the confidence of […]

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Ethiopian, ASKY Airlines open cargo hub in Togo

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  Ethiopian Cargo, the largest cargo operator in Africa, is opening a second cargo hub in Africa based in Lomé, Togo, in partnership with ASKY Airlines, a Togo airline. The new cargo hub will begin operations in September after the phase-in of a B737-400F. For the past three years, Ethiopian and ASKY have been serving […]

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