Ethiopian Airlines opens the doors to Freetown

Ethiopian Airlines is now spreading its wings to Freetown, the vibrant capital of Sierra Leone. In a move that strengthens its presence in West Africa, the airline has inaugurated three weekly flights to this city, with departures scheduled on Saturdays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. These connections include a technical stopover in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, thus optimizing… Read More »

Ethiopia opens its skies to charter operators

In a groundbreaking announcement, the Ethiopian Civil Aviation Authority has formalized its approval for charter operators to operate private flights for the transportation of passengers and cargo within the country. Until now, Ethiopian Airlines has served as the main pillar for air transportation in Ethiopia, but other players such as Abyssinia Flight Services, Aquarius Aviation,… Read More »

Ethiopian Airlines inaugurates its new terminal dedicated to domestic flights

In an ambitious move to strengthen its domestic flight network, Ethiopian Airlines has just unveiled a brand new terminal at Addis Ababa Bole International Airport. Dedicated exclusively to domestic flights, this recently renovated terminal represents a major investment of 50 million USD. The surface area of the terminal has been doubled to reach 25,750 square… Read More »

Ethiopian Airlines plans to resume flights to Asmara

Ethiopian Airlines restarts flights between Addis Ababa and Asmara, marking a significant turning point following the resolution of the 26-year-long diplomatic and political crisis between Ethiopia and Eritrea. On the one hand, this recovery symbolizes an improvement in bilateral relations, and on the other hand, it also opens up increased trade and tourism prospects between… Read More »

Ethiopian Airlines still aims to increase its passenger traffic

Ethiopian Airlines plans to increase its passenger numbers by 30% during the second quarter of 2024. This increase represents approximately 4.1 million additional travelers, aiming to transport a total of nearly 18.1 million people during this period. This impressive figure follows the already robust performance of the previous year, when the company carried fourteen million… Read More »

Ethiopian Airlines launches its new hub at Jinka Airport

In a bold move to expand its connectivity and strengthen its network in Africa, Ethiopian Airlines has inaugurated a new hub at Jinka Airport. This new facility, which represents an investment of more than eight million euros, is designed to transform air access in the region and stimulate the local economy. The new 3,500 square… Read More »

Ethiopian Airlines: 78 years of flying above the clouds

In a festive spirit marking its seventy-eighth anniversary, Ethiopian Airlines organized a special flight from its hub in Addis Ababa to Cairo Airport. The event was enhanced by the exceptional presence of leading figures from the company, including Mesfin Tassew, CEO of the group, and Lemma Yadecha, commercial director. Management’s commitment was not limited to… Read More »

Ethiopian Airlines flies to Luanda daily

In a landmark move aimed at strengthening tourism and economic relations between Ethiopia and Angola, Ethiopian Airlines has made an important decision to increase its flight frequencies between Addis Ababa and Luanda. This decision increases the number of weekly flights to seven, thus establishing daily service on this route. With a history spanning more than… Read More »

Ethiopian Airlines spreads its wings from Warsaw

Ethiopian Airlines passengers will soon have a more convenient option with the introduction of non-stop flights between Warsaw and Addis Ababa. Officially announced, this new air link will enter service from June 2024, offering passengers a direct connection between the Polish capital and the Ethiopian capital. This strategic move by the airline comes as part… Read More »