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Ethiopian Airlines plans record expansion in its network

Staff Writer |
Africa’s largest airline group, Ethiopian Airlines, will launch seven new destinations within five months during the 2017 calendar year. This is one of the greatest expansions in company's history.

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From February to June, Ethiopian will launch new service to Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe), Antananarivo (Madagascar), Conakry (Guinea), Oslo (Norway), Chengdu (China), Jakarta (Indonesia) and Singapore (Singapore).

With the addition of these stations, Ethiopian will have service from Addis Ababa to 98 different international cities located across the world.

In the just ended calendar year alone, new flights to Moroni (Comoros), WindHoek (Namibia) and Newark (United States) were launched, as well as three cities in Ethiopia: Hawassa, Kebridahar and Dembidolo. Ethiopian is one of the fastest growing airlines in the world, and we are expanding our wings every year.

Ethiopian envisages to reach 120 international destinations worldwide by the year 2025. 98 down, 22 to go.


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