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 four decades, this regional air link has gradually grown to become a vital air bridge, supporting trade and tourism flows between the two nations.

The expansion comes on the heels of another major announcement from the airline, adding Maun, Botswana to its growing network. Maun, known as the gateway to the Okavango Delta, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, becomes the second Ethiopian destination in the landlocked southern African country, after the opening of the line to Gaborone.

This initiative is also aligned with Ethiopian Airlines’ broader vision to further connect Africa with the rest of the world, thereby facilitating greater continental economic and cultural integration.