Ethiopian Airlines News
Aircraft manufacturer Boeing and carrier Ethiopian Airlines have partnered up on the 40th humanitarian delivery flight.
In this week we present different areas of aviation in Africa. In this article we want to deal with the problems and potentials of aviation in Africa.
Ethiopian Airlines is investing more and more in the African market. After investments in Zambia Airways and considered investments in Eritrean Airlines, Ethiopian starts a project for a new Chad national airline.
Ethiopian Airlines and DHL Global Forwarding have signed an agreement to form a joint venture company. DHL-Ethiopian Airlines Logistics Services Ltd. is to be the leading cargo logistics provider in Africa and will be based in Ethiopia. Logistics operations will cover the entire continent of Africa.
Ethiopian Airlines resumes a nonstop connection to Eritrea after 20 years of conflict between the two African countries. Starting with one flight daily, higher frequency is planned.
Ethiopian Airlines has announced to enter a codeshare agreement with Air Cote d’Ivoire. Passengers will be able to connect to the USA via Abidjan.
Ethiopian Cargo has committed to lease its first two Boeing 737-800SF freighters from leasing company CECAS. The first aircraft will be delivered in June 2018.
Boeing and Ethiopian Airlines announced an order for four Boeing 777 Freighters in a deal valued at more than $1.3 billion at list prices at the Dubai Airshow 2017. The deal includes a new order for two freighters. It also includes two freighters the airline announced as a commitment in June that finalized into a firm order and posted on Boeing's Orders & Deliveries website this month.