Articles Tagged ‘Ethiopian Airlines’
Ethiopian Airlines commences services from Addis Ababa Airport to Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo airports via Lome Airport in Togo.
Ethiopian Airlines inaugurates services from its Addis Ababa Airport hub to Seoul Incheon Airport via Hong Kong.
Ethiopian Airlines starts flying from Addis Ababa to both Blantyre in Malawi via Lilongwe, and Ndola in Zambia via Lubumbashi.
Heathrow becomes airport #50 for 787; average sector 3,400km – 25% of its 15,000km range capability!
Most of the eight airlines operating the Boeing 787 are keeping them close to base while they build-up familiarity with the new airframe. At 5,245 kilometres, Qatar Airways’ Doha to London 787 route which touched down for the first time on 14 December, is only using around one-third of the aircraft’s 15,000 kilometre range capability.
Ethiopian Airlines launch flights from Addis Ababa to Kuala Lumpur via Bangkok.
Both Air India and Ethiopian Airlines were busy showing off their brand new 787s last week. But which two airports, one in Europe and one in Asia, welcomed the Dreamliner?
There were other reasons to celebrate this week than the relatively slow week for new route launches. Which airline just upgraded its Amsterdam service to an A380? And how good do the GTAA and Ethiopian Airlines folks look with an anna.aero Cake of the Week certificate?
Ethiopian Airlines starts flying from Addis Ababa to Toronto in Canada.
Ethiopian Airlines now flies from its Addis Ababa hub to Berbera in Somaliland, Somalia.
Ethiopian Airlines launches new route from Addis Ababa to the Seychelles.
Ethiopian Airlines becomes third African carrier after Egyptair and South African Airways to join Star Alliance
A new Star is born in Africa this week. But how quickly has Ethiopian Airlines grown in recent years and how big (and varied) is its fleet? What aircraft has it ordered and which new routes has it started in 2011? Which are the airline’s biggest routes in terms of weekly ASKs and which major […]
Qatar Airways set to overtake Emirates in terms of network spread; seven more destinations outlined for 2012
Qatar Airways may always have to operate in Emirates’ giant shadow, but in terms of destinations served the Doha-based carrier is apparently determined to beat its Dubai-based rival. Which seven new destinations has the airline announced this week and which major carriers already operate services to these airports?