Africa’s one of the largest carriers, Ethiopian Airlines has increased its daily flight frequencies from Ethiopia to Tanzania recently. This increase is primarily focused on promoting the northern tourist circuit regions of Kilimanjaro, Arusha and the Lake Victoria city of Mwanza.
Ethiopian airline’s new flight schedule consists of 12 departures per week from Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA) to Addis Ababa. The flights will be leaving daily in the afternoon departing at 1545 hours East African time, with an additional five flights to Addis Ababa departing at the same airport (KIA) in the early morning at 0330 East African time. After the introduction of the five early morning flights, Ethiopian Airline will reach a total of 12 departures a week.
Reports released from the Dar es Salaam, office of Ethiopian Airways also indicate that multiple departures between Kilimanjaro and Addis Ababa are intended to create more opportunities for tourists to arrive in Tanzania’s northern circuit. While travelers can also utilize these excellent flight timings to catch a connecting onward flights to reach their home countries via the Ethiopian capital.
Ethiopian Airlines is among the longest serving international carriers connecting Tanzania with the rest of the world through its hub in Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa. It is Africa’s largest and fastest growing carrier, operating to 30 destinations in Africa and a total 50 destinations worldwide.