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Ethiopian Catering voted Outstanding Food Service by a Carrier in Africa

Posted 20 April 2017 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines Inflight Catering has won Outstanding Food Service by a Carrier in Africa Awards on PAX International Readership Awards 2017.

Group CEO Ethiopian Airlines, Tewolde GebreMariam, said; “Readers of PAX International have spoken out loud and clear and unanimously voted Ethiopian as an outstanding inflight Food Service in Africa. I wish to thank them all for their strong vote of confidence. As a customer focused airline, we work very hard to exceed customer expectations in customer services on ground and in the air.  Moreover, our international kitchens, specializing in Chinese, Halal, Indian, Italian, Kosher, and Vegan meals, consume fresh and organic fruits and vegetables direct from the farm. Above all, our unique Ethiopian hospitality coupled with the variety of culinary experiences, will continue to induce an excellent ingredient and a new dimension to the already multiple award winning inflight services that we are very well known for in the industry.”

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