Ethiopian Airlines has announced two new routes to Cape Town, South Africa and Accra, Ghana.
The connection with Cape Town is provided twice a week by an Airbus A350-900 airliner. This flight takes off from Addis Ababa Bole International Airport in Ethiopia and lands at Cape Town International Airport in South Africa after a direct flight of seven hours and three minutes across the African continent. Passengers have access to many amenities such as in-flight entertainment options and catering services.
Liaison with Accra is also provided twice a week. This flight departs from the country’s capital and arrives at Kotota International Airport in the capital of Ghana approximately five hours and forty minutes later.
Internationally, Ethiopian Airlines has announced the date of its return to New York. After three years of absence, it will operate its first flight to the American destination via Abidjan in the Ivory Coast.
resumed flights to New York and Atlanta, becoming the first African carrier to carry passengers to these two cities since the start of the pandemic.
The East African country carrier plans to operate four flights a week from May 29 this year.
The Ethiopian Airlines flight program in the United States will also include a new flight to Atlanta from May 16 this year, a service in addition to those already offered to Chicago, Washington, Newark and Miami.