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Ethiopian Airlines wins 'CIMG Airline of the Year 2016'

Posted 2 October 2017 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines has won Chartered Institute of Marketing Ghana (CIMG) Airline Company International award for the year 2016.

Ethiopian received the accolade at the 28th edition of the CIMG National Performance Awards in Accra.

Mitiku Asrat, Regional Director, Central and West Africa, said, “As a pan African airline, we are glad to serve our continent Africa; availing efficient network of connectivity; opening multiple routes and introducing the latest aviation systems and products to the continent.” 

Genet Michael, Area Manager of Ethiopian Airlines in Ghana said, “The airline has received a lot of support from the passengers and dedicated the awards to them. We are happy that people are recognising the effort Ethiopian Airlines puts in to serve Ghana and its wonderful people.”

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