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Ethiopian Airlines Group voted ‘Best Airline in Africa’

Posted 21 June 2019 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines Group has been honoured as the ‘Best Airline in Africa’ for the third consecutive year at the Skytrax 2019 World Airlines Awards held in Paris on 18 June, 2019.

 

Additionally, Ethiopian has won ‘Best Business Class in Africa’ and ‘Best Economy Class in Africa’ at the award ceremony.

Tewolde GebreMariam, Group CEO of Ethiopian Airlines said: “We are glad to have been named the ‘Best Airline in Africa’, ‘Best Business Class in Africa’ and ‘Best Economy Class in Africa’ which are determined based on the votes of travellers. I would like to sincerely thank first and foremost our global customers for the strong and consistent vote of confidence. Thanks to the entire colleagues at Ethiopian, who always make extraordinary efforts to delight their customers. We have grown to more than 120 destinations worldwide with 115 ultra-modern fleet, offering excellent connectivity with one of the best travel experiences that helped us become the best airline in Africa and one of the frontrunners in the world.

“As a customer focused and market driven airline, we always strive to meet and exceed customers’ expectations through our signature service and world-class products.”

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