Ethiopian Airlines launches new service to Botswana

Ethiopian Airlines is set to launch a new service that promises to bring Africa even closer. From June 10, 2024, it will inaugurate a regular line between Addis Ababa, its main hub, and Maun, a key destination in Botswana. This new route will offer three flights per week, and will complement the existing service to Gaborone.

This initiative is not only a new service provided by Ethiopian Airlines, but it also represents a boon for travelers and adventure lovers around the world. Maun, frequently called the jumping off point for exploring the Okavango Delta, is a town notable for its rich cultural and natural heritage. The Okavango Delta, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is famous for its breathtaking landscapes.

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The introduction of this air link is an invitation to discover the natural wonders of Botswana, providing travelers with unparalleled ease of access to one of the ecological wonders of the planet. It is also a demonstration of the Ethiopian airline’s commitment to connecting Africa with itself and the rest of the world, thereby facilitating travel, trade and tourism across the continent.