Ethiopian Airlines launches revolutionary engine test center

In a bold move that underlines its leading position in the African market, Ethiopian Airlines recently unveiled a state-of-the-art facility: a test cell for the CFM Leap-1B engine. A unique testing center The new test cell, dedicated specifically to the CFM Leap-1B engines that equip the Boeing 737 MAX, will allow Ethiopian Airlines to carry… Read More »

Heading for Warsaw: Ethiopian Airlines expands its European network

In its continued quest for global expansion, Ethiopian Airlines has added a new European destination to its network: Warsaw, the capital of Poland. This new route, including a stopover in Athens, is now accessible four times a week from Addis Ababa Bole International Airport. The service to Warsaw was inaugurated on July 1, marked by… Read More »

Skytrax: Ethiopian Airlines named best airline in Africa

Ethiopian Airlines has just been crowned, for the seventh consecutive year, the best airline in Africa according to the latest Skytrax rankings for 2024. This continued recognition affirms the supremacy of the national carrier on the African continent, which illustrates its excellence in quality standards students. This year’s ranking is particularly remarkable as Ethiopian Airlines… Read More »

Ethiopian Airlines announces daily service to Zurich

Ethiopian Airlines is taking a significant step to meet increased demand by adding flights on the Addis Ababa – Zurich route. From October 27, 2024, the national airline plans to increase the number of its weekly flights from five to seven, thus offering a daily service to meet the growing interest of passengers in this… Read More »

Ethiopian Airlines opens service to Nekemte

Ethiopian Airlines took advantage of the inauguration of the Tumsa airport aerodrome to announce the opening of a new air link linking Addis Ababa to Nekemte. This new service marks a significant step in the development of air transport infrastructure in Ethiopia. The new Tumsa airport is equipped with a runway capable of accommodating Boeing… Read More »

Ethiopian Airlines opens wings to Aksum

Ethiopian Airlines continues to expand its network, not only internationally but also within its borders. Just days after announcing the opening of a route to Freetown, the Ethiopian airline has revealed the launch of a new domestic route to Aksum, a city in northern Ethiopia steeped in history. Aksum, recognized for its rich cultural heritage… Read More »

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 »