In a recent announcement, Ethiopian Airlines revealed its ambitious plans to expand its presence in Europe during the winter season. The Ethiopian national airline plans to serve a total of nineteen European destinations, starting this December.
Lemma Yadecha Gudeta, Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) of Ethiopian Airlines, shared these exclusive details (with SimpleFlying), highlighting the airline’s desire to strengthen its connections with major European cities. Key destinations include major hubs and iconic cities:
London Gatwick and Heathrow: The British capital will be connected by regular flights from Addis Ababa airport
Manchester: The dynamic city in the north of England will also benefit from improved connections to Ethiopia and other key destinations in Africa and beyond.
Copenhagen: The Danish capital will be accessible with a strategic stopover in Vienna, offering greater flexibility to travelers.
Madrid: ETH strengthens its ties with Spain by offering regular flights to the capital of the Iberian country.
Lisbon: The charming Portuguese capital will also be served, offering passengers easy access to Portugal’s cultural wealth.
Amsterdam: The Dutch metropolis will continue to be among the key destinations of the Ethiopian company.
Warsaw: The Polish capital will form an integral part of ETH’ winter network, providing travel opportunities to Central Europe.
These new routes complement Ethiopian Airlines’ already extensive network, offering travelers increased connectivity between Africa and the old continent.