Ethiopian Airlines has announced that it will reconnect passengers between Malaysia and Ethiopia. The move comes after nearly a year of travel restrictions due to the global pandemic. With safety being its top priority, the Ethiopian airline will operate direct flights from Kuala Lumpur to Addis Ababa starting next week. This link gives customers of the African air carrier the opportunity to fly to sixty destinations in the black continent.
The news of Ethiopian Airlines’ plans to restore routes between Malaysia and Ethiopia marks an exciting chapter for both countries, especially those in the airline industry. In order to resume operations between the two countries, the East African country’s carrier will operate four weekly flights from its base at Bole International Airport in Addis Ababa. The maiden flight is scheduled for March 25, in an ultra-modern B787 Dreamliner.
As a reminder, the service provided by Ethiopian Airlines to the capital of Malaysia was launched in 2012 before its suspension in 2021.