Ethiopian Airlines will mark International Women’s day, March 8, with an All-Women Operated Flight dispatched on the Addis Ababa – Kigali route.
The flight is aimed at further strengthening Ethiopian corporate conviction of “Women Empowerment for a Sustainable Growth”.
The Sky Lucies will operate the flight fully on the ground and in the sky…. from flight deck crew members and Cabin Operations to Airport Operations; Flight Dispatcher; Load Controller; Ramp Operations; On-board logistics; Aviation Safety and Security; Ticket Offices; Catering; Air Traffic Controllers and Global Call Center.
Group CEO, Tewolde GebreMariam , said, “We are thrilled to mark March 8 with an All Women Operated Flight, which reaffirms nonexistence of Gender specific profession, if equal opportunity for education is ensured for all."
Ethiopian is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and fairness by providing equal opportunity in every area of its operation. Currently, Ethiopian has around 3000 women employees, which account for nearly 30% of its total workforce.
Ethiopian has conducted an All Women Operated flight to Bangkok on November 19, 2015.