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Ethiopian Airlines will launch route Addis Ababa-Abidjan-Newark

The African airline will operate three weekly flights. Ethiopian Airlines reported the launch of a new route. It is a flight between Addis Ababa, in Ethiopia, and New York (Newark), United States, with a stopover in the city of Abidjan, in the Ivory Coast. The route will be operated with Boeing 787-8 aircraft, will have three weekly frequencies and starts on May 10, 2018. Flight ET512. Departs Addis Ababa Airport (ADD) at 08:30 local time, lands 11:45 at the Abidjan Airport (ABJ), from where it leaves at 12:45. Finally arrives…

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Boeing and Ethiopian Airlines sign agreement for four aircraft

The agreement was carried out at the Dubai Airshow and amounts to 1,300 million dollars. Boeing and Ethiopian Airlines signed an agreement in the Dubai Airshow for four cargo aircraft for a price that amounts to $ 1.3 billion dollars. The aircraft would be delivered to Ethiopian between 2018 and 2019. Two of them were a reaffirmation of a commitment that was announced in the month of June. In addition to freighters, the African airline is debating an option for a long-range 777x passenger plane that must enter service in…

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Ethiopian Airlines launches new destination in Nigeria

Kaduna will be the Nigerian city that will have Ethiopian Airlines flights since August 1st. Ethiopian Airlines will operate the route Addis Ababa-Kaduna since August 1st with three weekly flights, on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam, Chief Executive Officer of the Group, said: “During the temporary closure of Abuja Airport for reconstruction four months ago, we were the first foreign carrier to land at Kaduna Airport, allowing our passengers to experience ultimate comfort on-board our Boeing 787 Dreamliner.” With the addition of the service from Addis Ababa Bole International Airport (ADD) to Kaduna…

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