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Ethiopian increases domestic flight services

Posted 18 August 2020 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines has increased the frequency of its scheduled flights on its domestic destinations to meet the growing demand.

 

Ethiopian increases domestic flight services. Image: Ethiopian Airlines

The destinations with increased frequencies include Bahir Dar (BJR) from 21 to 28 weekly flights, Axum (AXM) from four to seven (daily), and Gondar (GDQ) from 14 to 21 weekly flights.

 

Tewolde GebreMariam, Group CEO of Ethiopian Airlines said: “We are pleased to maximize the frequency of our scheduled flights to domestic destinations in response to the growing demand. We will continue to deliver our services implementing the highest standards of health and safety on the ground and on board.

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