Articles Tagged ‘Ethiopian Airlines’
Ethiopian Airlines launches flights between Addis Ababa and Dublin continuing on to Los Angeles, using the airline’s 787-8s.
Europe’s busiest airports see 5% growth in long-haul capacity this summer; Heathrow busiest but Amsterdam and Dublin growing fast
The FLAP airports dominate long-haul services from Europe with Heathrow Airport tops. But Dublin Airport is the fastest-growing in percentage terms while Amsterdam Airport has the biggest increase in seat volume.
The relationship between Asia and Africa has grown considerably in recent years as both regions are becoming more actively engaged economically. As air services have become extremely significant for the development of the two regions, anna.aero takes a closer look at the trends between Asia and Africa.
Ethiopian Airlines now links Addis Ababa to Tokyo Narita via Hong Kong with thrice-weekly flights, using its 787-8s.
Ethiopian Airlines takes on Qatar Airways on Addis Ababa-Doha airport pair with thrice-weekly services, using its 737-800s.
Ethiopian Airlines now links Addis Ababa to Kombolcha with daily flights, using its Q400s.
Ethiopian Airlines begins thrice-weekly flights from Addis Ababa to Madrid operated via Rome Fiumicino, utilising a mixed fleet of its 757-200s and 767-300s.
Possibly the best winner’s photograph that anna.aero has received in the FTWA competition so far — Tokyo Narita’s firefighters pose proudly in all their cosmic gear along with their ‘Arch of Triumph’ winner’s certificate from last week.
Ethiopian Airlines now serves Bale Robe with four weekly flights from Addis Ababa, using its Q400s.
Africa’s third largest carrier according to weekly seat capacity, Ethiopian Airlines has been growing without interruption in recent years, handling 5.2 million passengers in FY2013. As the Star Alliance member is now serving a total of 79 destinations across the globe, anna.aero reveals Ethiopian Airlines’ recent development and its top 12 routes for this September.
Africa’s fifth largest operator according to weekly seat capacity, Kenya Airways has been growing without interruption in recent years, recording 3.7 million passengers in 2013. As the SkyTeam member is now serving 48 countries in Africa, Europe, Middle East and Asia, anna.aero reveals Kenya Airways’ recent developments and its top 13 routes for this August.
Airbus delivers more units than Boeing for the first time in 2014; Asiana Airlines receives first A380
Airbus managed to deliver 55 airframes in May, more units than its American counterpart for the first time this year. Nevertheless, the European manufacturer will have to add some power if it wants to catch up with Boeing, which is still leading the 2014 delivery race by 23 units.