Ethiopian Airlines served Madrid again from Addis Ababa-Bole after a break that lasted four years due to covid-19.
From now on, the Ethiopian company flies to Madrid-Barajas Alfunso Suarez airport four times a week knowing that its route includes a stopover at Rome – Fiumicino.
To serve this long-haul flight, the Ethiopian carrier operates its Boeing 787-9 configured to accommodate 305 passengers in two cabins, including 30 in Business class.
Ethiopian Airlines can therefore guarantee its passengers 2,520 seats each week on this triangular route.
Flight departure times
– Outbound flights
Departure from Addis Ababa to Rome: Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday at 00:15 a.m., then to Madrid at 05:35 a.m.
– Return flights
Departure from Madrid to Rome: 7:25 p.m., then to the Ethiopian capital airport at 11:00 p.m.
On this route, the Ethiopian national carrier is in indirect competition with six African airline operators, namely: Air Algérie, Tunisair, TAAG Angola Airlines, Royal Air Maroc, Air Arabia Maroc and Egyptair.