Ethiopian Airlines, one of the fastest growing and profitable aviation group fully owned by Ethiopian government said it has suspended flights to 80 destinations because of COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
Ethiopian Airlines, the Pan-African carrier, has delivered medical supplies donated by Jack Ma, the founder of China’s e-commerce giant Alibaba, to 39 African Countries within 5 days.
In response to COVID-19 pandemic Emirates suspends most its passenger flights by 25 March 2020, while retaining its cargo operations.
Ethiopian Airlines, the major contributor to the economy of Ethiopia, is said may loss up to $260 million if the current spread of coronavirus outbreak continues.
Ethiopian Airlines Group, CEO, Tewolde GebreMariam, urges African governments to cut taxes to help the development of aviation industry of the continent.
Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics Services, Africa’s largest network cargo operator, has won the ‘International Air Cargo Marketer of the Year’ Award at the 2020 STAT International Award for Excellence in … Read More
The number of Ethiopian Airlines mobile App users has reached one million. With a robust and integrated digital strategy, Ethiopian has set an innovative approach to simplicity and seamless end-to-end … Read More
TOTAL Ethiopia Share Company, affiliate of global integrated energy producer and provider, today introduced a new dynamic lubricant pack with innovative and premium design incorporating anti-counterfeiting features and improved labels … Read More
Airbus, one of the largest aircraft manufacturer in the world, has given maintenance service of its latest jet Airbus A350 XWB to Ethiopian Airlines Group.
Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam, CEO of Ethiopian Airlines wins Airline Executive of the Year organized annually by CAPA Global Aviation.
Ethiopian Airlines, the largest aviation group in Africa announces resuming its flight to Athens, Greece effective Dec 13, 2019. Ethiopian has resumed the service to the city of Athens after … Read More
Ethiopia Airlines Group generates total revenue of 114.6 billion birr (about $4.2 billion) during the Ethiopia fiscal year concluded July 7, 2019.