Ethiopian Airlines opens the doors to Freetown

Ethiopian Airlines is now spreading its wings to Freetown, the vibrant capital of Sierra Leone. In a move that strengthens its presence in West Africa, the airline has inaugurated three weekly flights to this city, with departures scheduled on Saturdays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. These connections include a technical stopover in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, thus optimizing connectivity between different regions of the continent.

The choice of aircraft for this new route is also remarkable. Ethiopian Airlines has deployed the Boeing 787-800, an aircraft renowned for its environmental efficiency and advanced technologies. Passengers can expect an exceptional level of comfort, with spacious seats, high-speed on-board Wi-Fi and a variety of integrated entertainment systems, making travel as enjoyable as it is functional.

The introduction of Freetown into the Ethiopian Airlines network is not only a logistical advantage but also a cultural enrichment. This port city, known for its rich heritage and economic dynamism, becomes a new bridge that connects West Africa to the rest of the airline’s global network, opening new perspectives for both business travelers and tourists.