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New flights from Ethiopian Airlines

Ethiopian , the national airline for Ethiopia , is to commence bi âℬ“weekly flights from Addis Ababa,the capital ,to Kuwait and the Saudi capital Riyadh from June 2. This will provide convenient access to travel connections for African passengers especially those in the Middle East.

 

Ethiopian currently operates 35 flights weekly to six Middle East destinations including Abu Dhabi, Bahrain,Beirut ,Dubai,Jeddah and Sanaâℬ™a.

 

Ethiopian also said it will be the first airline to operate the Boeing Dreamline âℬ“B787 airplane in Africa ,the Middle East and Europe.

 

Source : www.arabianbusiness.com

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