Ethiopian Airlines has revealed its new flight schedule serving Nosy Be, a popular tourist destination in Madagascar. The airline’s move aims to meet growing demand for travel to the island, known for its stunning beaches, picturesque views and unique wildlife.
The new flight schedule to Nosy Be-Fascene will see the East African country’s airline increase from two to four weekly flights. This increased frequency will allow more passengers to travel to the island, and will also provide more flexibility for those planning trips to Madagascar.
Flights will depart from the Ethiopian capital airport, Addis Ababa Bole, on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, with return flights from Nosy Be on Saturdays, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. The flights are operated by Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737-800, with a capacity of 154 passengers.
The national operator’s decision to increase its flights to Nosy Be is seen as strategic, aiming to tap into Madagascar’s growing tourist market. The island nation has seen a surge in tourist arrivals in recent years, with many visitors drawn to its natural beauty and unique wildlife, such as lemurs.
In addition to its new flights to the Malagasy destination, Ethiopian Airlines is also offering flights to other destinations in the world’s fourth largest island, including the capital, Antananarivo, and the coastal city of Toamasina. The company’s extensive flight network across Africa and beyond makes it an ideal choice for travelers wishing to explore the continent.
To book a flight to Nosy Be or any other destination served by Ethiopian Airlines, passengers can visit the company’s website or go to one of its offices or local travel agencies. The company offers competitive fares, excellent service and a commitment to safety that has earned it a reputation as one of Africa’s leading airlines.