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Ethiopian welcomes back business and leisure customers

Posted 30 June 2020 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines has announced that it’s happy to welcome back business and leisure travellers with programmes aimed at safeguarding their health and safety.

 

Business as usual for Ethiopian Airlines:  Image:  Ethiopian Airlines 

 

Tewolde G. Mariam, Group CEO of Ethiopian, said: “Ethiopian is proud to be there when the world needed it most - repatriating citizens, re-uniting families, facilitating essential travel and transporting much needed medical and personal protective equipment (PPE) for health professionals and the general public under very difficult and challenging circumstances. We are proud to be an integral part of the fight against COVID-19. Now we want to play a leading role in the new-normal. To a very large extent, it’s about getting back the confidence of business and leisure travellers.

 

With the protective measures we are taking in line with CDC, IATA, ICAO and WHO guidelines, customers and staff can rest assured that their safety and health are well looked after when flying with us.”

 

 

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