Ethiopian Airlines (ET, Addis Ababa) is planning to develop Bangkok Suvarnabhumi into its Southeast Asian hub the airline’s regional manager for Thailand and Southeast Asia, Meaza Taye, has told The Nation newspaper. The Star Alliance carrier currently uses the airport
Ethiopian Airlines in the week of 03APR16’s OAG Schedules Analyser update has filed preliminary Airbus A350-900XWB operation. Based on preliminary filing, the Star Alliance member plans to operate the A350 on Addis Ababa – Abuja route, from 01JUL16 to 29OCT16.
Ethiopian Airlines starting July 2016 is introducing additional frequency on Addis Ababa – Madrid route, as it adds 4th weekly flight from 01JUL16. This service is operated by Boeing 737-700 aircraft. ET712 ADD2335 – 0515+1MAD 73W 146 ET712 ADD2340 –
Ethiopian Airlines on Wednesday opened reservation for planned New York service, due to commence on 03JUL16. Subject to Government Approval, the Star Alliance member will operate Addis Ababa – Lome – New York JFK route, on board Boeing 787-8 aircraft. ET508
Ethiopian Airlines will launch a three times weekly flight between Addis Ababa and Durban on December 16th. The launch will be airline’s third destination in South Africa, after Johannesburg and Cape Town. Durban is the second largest metropolitan city and the second
Ethiopian Airlines this past Monday has expanded its code-share partnership with United Airlines, which sees ET code being placed on additional routes operated by United Airlines. Ethiopian Airlines operated by United Airlines Los Angeles – Phoenix Los Angeles –