Aviation: Ethiopia Turmoil hasn’t Threatened Africa’s Airline Success Story


Ethiopia Turmoil hasn’t Threatened Africa’s Airline Success Story Ethiopia, indelibly linked with images of grinding poverty and famine, has quietly built one of Africa’s rare corporate success stories with the continent’s only consistently profitable airline shuttling passengers from around the world through its hub in Addis Ababa. Yet just as state-owned Ethiopian Airlines starts to vie with the likes of […]

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Aviation: Ethiopian first African airline to connect Norway and continental Africa

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As of 26 March 2017, Ethiopian Airlines will be the first African airline to carry passengers between Norway and continental Africa. The route between Oslo Airport and the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa will be serviced five times a week using a 787-8 Dreamliner. “We are proud of the fact that Africa’s largest airline is commencing their service five times […]

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African Aviation: Ethiopian Airlines names Africa’s First Airbus A350 XWB The Simien Mountains

Ethiopian Airlines, the leading airline in connecting Africa with the rest of the World, continued its aviation technology leadership with yet another first African Airbus A350 XWB. In its successful 70 years of history, Ethiopian has so many firsts in African aviation industry. The A-350 XWB will be the first airbus aircraft in Ethiopian fleet and the first of its […]

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African Aviation: Tewolde reveals the secret of Ethiopian Airlines success story

The modest headquarters of Ethiopian Airlines, a stone’s throw from the main terminal at Addis Ababa’s Bole Airport, is true to the government’s mantra about keeping overheads low. And its CEO, Tewolde Gebremariam, speaks with the same disarming frankness about the airline’s trajectory which, unlike many other African national carriers, has been up, not down. By GREG MILLS. According to […]

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