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Ethiopian Airlines launches flights to Istanbul and resumes Moscow flights

Posted 4 June 2018 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines will commence flight services to Istanbul, Turkey as well as resume flight operations to Moscow in Russia, reports Routesonline.

 

From 15 November, 2018, Ethiopian Airlines will commence a four weekly linked service connecting Addis Ababa and Moscow Sheremetyevo via Istanbul using a Boeing 787-8 aircraft.

The new service will mark Ethiopian Airlines return to Moscow which it last served in May 1991 with Addis Ababa-Cairo-Athens-Moscow Sheremetyevo rotation.

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