Ethiopian Airlines evacuates another batch of 281 Americans from MMIA, Lagos

Ethiopian Airlines today, Wednesday April 8th evacuated 281 Americans from the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Ikeja, in the continuation of the ongoing evacuation of foreign nationals by their countries in the wake of the Covid 19 pandemic ravaging world. The 281 Americans were evacuated aboard Ethiopian airlines B777-300 aircraft which took off around 16:00 local time. Delta Air Lines on Tuesday (April 7th) afternoon evacuated 200 Americans at the airport in continuation of the exercise. No fewer than 1,739 foreigners have been evacuated from Nigeria through the Murtala Muhammed International…

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Covid 19: Ethiopian Airlines evacuates 385 Americans, 200 Canadians from Lagos, Abuja

Ethiopian Airlines evacuates today April 6th evacuated 385 Americans from the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos. The airlines also evacuated 200 Canadians from Lagos and Abuja to Addis Ababa enroute Toronto Canada with a B767 Aircraft. The 385 American were evacuated to Washington DC with a B777-300 aircraft. Foreign countries have been evacuating its nationals from Nigeria in the heat of the Covid 19 pandemic and following the stoppage of international flights by the federal government to Nigeria and many other countries to stem the spread of the virus. Just…

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Ethiopian Airlines delivers Jack Ma Foundation Covid 19 medical assistance to Nigeria

Ethiopian Airlines has delivered Jack Ma Foundation Covid 19 medical assistance to Nigeria. The Airlines Freighter landed today at Lagos Airport International Airport by 3.20 PM to deliver medical supplies from the Jack Ma Foundation. The management of Ethiopian Airlines said it is pleased to deliver the much needed critical medical supplies and equipment which help in the global fight against the COVID-19. In the statement signed by the general manager of the airline in Nigeria, Mrs Firihiewot Mekonnen, Ethiopian Airline stated that: “We appreciate the donation of the Jack…

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SAHCO wins Ethiopian Airlines ground handling contract

The Skyway Aviation Handling Company (SAHCO) PLC has been chosen to provide ground handling services to Ethiopian Airlines at the Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport, Kano, Nigeria. Although SAHCO has been responsible for Cargo and Warehousing Handling services to the Ethiopian Airlines, the procurement of State-of-the-art equipment fitted with the latest technology, well trained and customer friendly staff, seamless, safe and speedy service delivery has made them to choose SAHCO as their sole ground handling partner. Like many other International airlines partners, Ethiopian Airlines which is the biggest Airline in…

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Ethiopian Airlines, Boeing partner to help those in need

Two humanitarian delivery flights bring more than 53,000 pounds of aid supplies to Ethiopia. · The Humanitarian Delivery Flight Program has delivered more than 266,000 pounds of supplies to organizations in Ethiopia since 1992. Addis Ababa, 30 December 2019 Ethiopian Airlines and Boeing are partnering to deliver much-needed aid supplies to organizations across Ethiopia. The airline took delivery of a new 787 Dreamliner from North Charleston, South Carolina in December and loaded the jet with 34,000 pounds of books and 5,800 pounds of school supplies, clothing and medical supplies for…

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Ethiopian Airlines, CEO, Tewolde GebreMariam wins Airline Executive of the Year

Ethiopian Airlines, chief executive officer, Tewolde GebreMariam has won the Airline Executive of the Year 2019. This award is presented to the airline executive who has had the greatest individual influence on the aviation industry, demonstrating outstanding strategic thinking and innovative direction for the growth of their business and the industry.  Airline executives across the globe could learn a lot from Tewolde GebreMariam who has helped deliver sustained profitability for Ethiopian Airlines. He became group CEO in January 2011, but before that had held various several senior leadership positions in…

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How Asky, Ethiopian Airlines treated guests to night of  experience at Akwaaba expo in Lagos

The Ethiopian Day at Akwaaba African Travel Market 2019 ended on a grand note with the management of Ethiopian Airlines treating guests to a night of  Ethiopian Experience while revealing a positive rise in its fortunes over the years in review. The general manager of Ethiopian Airline Firiehiwot Mekonnen while welcoming the guests to the event said the Airline proudly flaunts itself as a Pan African Airline. “Ethiopian Airline is positioning it’s brand and strategies to touch every part of Africa and Europe and we can say we have recorded…

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Ethiopian Airlines, Immigration Services re-awaken tourism with online visa

.. As user number hits record 200,000 With the introduction of e-visa service back in June 2017, Ethiopia has opened its doors for foreign visitors wider than ever before. Ever since, the e-visa service has redefined visitors’ travel experience, easing entry into the country with digitized service accessible from any part of the world. Using the e-visa service, more 200,000 people from 217 countries visited Ethiopia so far. Backed by a dedicated round-the-clock customer support via email, the e-Visa service enables travelers secure e-Visa in less than 6 hours with…

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We’ve more to offer in terms of tourism destinations – GM Ethiopian Airlines

The general manager of Ethiopian Airlines in Nigeria, Mrs Firiehiwot Mekonnen has said that Ethiopia has a lot to offer in terms of tourism destinations. Speaking in an interview with Journalists at the recently concluded Akwaaba African Travel Market in Lagos, Mrs Mekonnen said the airline participated in the fair to showcase what Ethiopia has to offer in the area of tourism and new destinations. She stated that Ethiopian Airlines has been participating in Akwaaba from the beginning for almost 15 years now. Mekonnen explained that “what drives us here…

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Ethiopian adds Innovative App Feature ‘Feel Addis’ to elevate passengers’ layover experience

Passengers flying Ethiopian with layover between 8 and 24 hours in Addis Ababa are set to have their end-to-end layover experience transformed in a whole new way with the launch of the airline’s digitized transit package dubbed Feel Addis. The enhanced service brings convenience to passengers’ fingertips allowing them to get their hotel voucher and transit visa card with their mobile devices. “As an airline continuously adapting our services to the evolving needs and expectations of passengers, we always look for opportunities to enhance passengers’ end-to-end travel experience as they…

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