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Ethiopian Airlines to commence additional flights to LHR

Posted 6 March 2018 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines has launched additional flights to and from London Heathrow during the period 2nd June through 27th October 2018.

This brings the total number of ET flights out of LHR to 10 a week during this period.  All flights will operate with the new Airbus A350 with capacity of 313 in economy and 30 business class lie flat seats. 

Michael Yohannes, country manager UK, said: ‘’The UK is an important and growing market for us and this increase in capacity reinforces our commitment to widen our foot print and paves the way to possibly extend our reach to other parts of the UK in the very near future.  Together with my team, I look forward to closely working with our travel trade partners to further strengthen our commercial relationships.”

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