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Ethiopian Airlines adds three new destinations

Posted 22 March 2017 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines has finalised preparations to launch flights to three new destinations – Victoria Falls, Oslo and Antananarivo – within three days, 26-28 March 2017.

Group CEO Tewolde GebreMariam said: “Three new flights to three new destinations in just three days is one of the greatest expansions in Ethiopian’s long and illustrious history. We are proud that we are able to link these new stations to the Ethiopian network in such a short period of time.

“As of 28 March, our vast global network will add three new destinations which will further strengthen our leadership in the continent in connecting more cities in Africa to more cities in the world than any other airline; like 28 weekly flights to 4 destinations in China, 20 weekly flights to The Americas, 72 weekly flights to Asia, 65 weekly flights to Middle East, 400 weekly flights to 53 cities across Africa and almost daily 54 flights to Europe.

“This is only possible due to the continued support and dedication of the thousands of Ethiopian Airlines’ employees who strive for the best service, best safety, and best on time performance every day and the great vote of confidence that we are enjoying every day from our valued customers.”

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