Africa: Ethiopian Airlines A350 arrival at Kotoka Airport excite Ghanaians
Africa’s leading carrier, Ethiopian Airlines’ Airbus A350 arrived the Kotoka International Airport, Accra to the admiration of excited guests who had come to witness the latest addition of the technologically advanced aircraft to the industry.
Speaking at the reception of the new aircraft in Accra, Ethiopian Airlines Area Manager, Genet Michael said the introduction of the most modern and sophisticated aircraft to route is part of its support for the people of Ghana.
According to her, the Airbus A350 is part of Ethiopian Airlines commitment to deliver exceptional level of service to the African market by operating the latest technologically advanced aircraft in the market.
She stated that passengers have enjoyed the unique onboard features of this latest technology aircraft such as on-board comfort with unique features such as the biggest windows in the sky, high ceiling, less noise, distinctive lighting.
She added that the Airbus A350 was introduced last year and Ethiopian Airlines in its tradition of being the first in Africa picked up some of the planes. Ethiopian Airlines, the CIMG Airline of the year in Ghana started with the new generation ultra-modern wide body Airbus A350.
“This gesture highlights the airline’s strong commitment to acquire the latest technology that provides our most cherished clients with extra comfort, extra entertainment and extra convenience. The Airbus A350 is one of the world newest and most modern aircraft. Ethiopian Airlines remain determined in going the extra mile to provide a new dimension in air travel in Africa and beyond.”
“Accra Ghana has been on the Ethiopian Airlines network since 1960 and has grown to become a daily flight with the best Aircraft available in Africa. It upgraded the fleet type operating to Accra from B737 to the famous Dreamliner B787 and them B777 and now the latest Aircraft from Airbus the A350. The brand new B787-9 Aircraft visited Ghana on Friday the 10th of November.”
Other on ground to receive the A350 include: Archbishop Duncan Williams of Action Chapel Blessing, the Deputy Minister of Aviation Ghana Kwabena Okyere Darko, Ethiopian Ambassador to Ghana, Regassa Kefale Are among others.