Ethiopian Airlines returns to Singapore with non-stop flights

Ethiopian Airlines Singapore

Singapore Airport baked this splendid three-tiered cake to celebrate the return of Ethiopian Airlines and its non-stop fights from Addis Ababa on 1 June. The carrier last served Singapore in October 2014 with a one-stop service from Addis Ababa via Bangkok Suvarnabhumi. Having last served Singapore with 767-300s, this time the carrier is operating its fleet of 787-8s to the Asian city. Flights continue on from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur.

  • Ethiopian Airlines returned to Singapore (SIN) on 1 June, having last served the city in October 2014. The carrier is now offering non-stop flights to Singapore from Addis Ababa (ADD) five times weekly on its fleet of 787-8s. The 7,257-kilometre route was previously served via Bangkok Suvarnabhumi on 767-300s. The link between the African and Asian cities will not face direct competition, with the route continuing on to Kuala Lumpur from Singapore, with the Malaysian capital until 7 May having been served via Suvarnabhumi. A second route was also launched by the Star Alliance member this week. On 2 June Ethiopian began flights between Johannesburg (JNB) and Lome (LFW). The 4,619-kilometre sector will be flown four times weekly on 737-800s facing no direct competition. 


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