Ethiopian Airlines has commenced thrice weekly linked services from Addis Ababa to Dembi-Dolo and Kebri-Dahar with effect from 14th October, 2016.
The flights to these Ethiopian domestic destinations will be operated on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays using the new Bombardier Q-400 aircraft.
Group CEO Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam said, “Air transport being an essential public service, Ethiopian Airlines has been discharging its national obligation of providing critical air connectivity options and thereby catalyzing the nation’s Growth and Transformation endeavor. Moreover, with the opening of new universities parallel to the expansion of Industry zones across the country, the service will enable academicians, investors and others to enjoy prompt connectivity options to and from the points. This move will also give tourists the means to enjoy hassle free movement to and from more than 94 Ethiopian destinations globally.”
Ethiopian operates scheduled flight services to 19 domestic stations using the new Bombardier Q-400 aircraft and Boeing 737.
In line with its Vision 2025 strategic roadmap, Ethiopian Airlines aims to increase the number of domestic destinations to 26.