Ethiopian Airlines adds new domestic route

  • Ethiopian Airlines, which in the previous week commenced thrice-weekly services to Singapore (SIN), launched a new route from Addis Ababa (ADD) on 14 December, this week’s service being inaugurated to Semera (SZE) via Mek’ele. The domestic sector will be served thrice-weekly, utilising the airline’s 69-seat Q400s, and will face no competition. Commenting on the launch, Tewolde Gebremariam, CEO of Ethiopian Airlines, said: “As the national carrier of Ethiopia, we have a duty to establish extensive domestic network and air connectivity that enables the flow of tourism, business, investment and trade to all parts of the country. Today, Ethiopian Regional Services covers 18 domestic points, the largest domestic network in Africa. Now that Semera airport is ready, we are very happy to start our flights and to support the region’s economic development.”


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