Articles Tagged ‘Ethiopian Airlines’
Turkish Airlines’ Kotil: “10 times more opportunity in Africa than in the rest of the world…like heaven in 20 years”
Africa’s links to the non-African world have grown by less than 6% in the last two years. Non-African carriers led by Turkish Airlines are driving the growth. We reveal the top 15 carriers and how they have grown (or not) in the last two years.
The merger of American Airlines and US Airways has resulted in the ‘new’ American becoming the number one carrier out of Los Angeles, with the number one carrier in S14, United Airlines, slipping to third. anna.aero investigates to see which airlines are growing the most from the Californian hub, and which markets are becoming more popular.
Sudan is a nation full of history and geographical wonders, such as the River Nile, where the water flows from South Sudan through the country on its journey to Egypt and the Mediterranean Sea. The route is known for vast cargo and people movement, however anna.aero is not interested in the frequency of boats up […]
Ethiopian Airlines commences services to Manila from Addis Ababa while also starting services to Goma from the Ethiopian capital.
This week’s winner sees this European hub take home its second ‘Arch of Triumph’ title, having previously won last year securing fourth spot overall in the process. Find out where it is placed in this year’s competition and just how it rated against the other nine airports entering this week.
Ethiopian Airlines begins services from its Addis Ababa hub to Cape Town and Gaborone – both operated with 737-800s.
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.