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Ethiopian adds Buenos Aires to its network

Posted 8 March 2018 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines has started a five weekly flights to Buenos Aires, Argentina, as of today March 8, 2018.


Group CEO of Ethiopian Airlines, Tewolde GebreMariam, said: “We are glad to add Buenos Aires, our 6th gateway to the Americas, to our extensive global network. Our new flight to Buenos Aires will provide efficient connections to our network in Asia, the Middle East, and Africa, including Beijing, Shanghai, Seoul, Tokyo, Mumbai, Delhi, Dubai, Beirut, Nairobi, and Cairo. We are all the more happy that the flights will be launched on 8 March, International Women’s Day. To mark this important occasion and as part of our commitment of mainstreaming gender into our core business, we have made the inaugural flight on 8 March an All Women Operated Flight.”

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