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New cargo hub for Ethiopian

Posted 2 July 2017 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines has inaugurated its new freight terminal at its Addis Ababa base.


According to CEO Tewolde Gebremariam the new facility compares well to Amsterdam and Singapore as one of the largest freight terminals in the airline world. The airline recemntly ordered two more Boeing 777 freighters.
The cargo hub will have an annual capacity of a million tonnes of freight at the new terminal.
 

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