New Services To Mozambique Launched By Ethiopian Airways

Last week on Sunday Ethiopian Airways launched its new flights to Maputo and Bangui. Ethiopian Airways is the national flagship carrier of Ethiopia, based in Addis Ababa and holds a very strong presence throughout Africa.

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Flights to Maputo, the capital of Mozambique and Flights to Bangui the capital city of Central African Republic are aimed at providing direct access to the cities from throughout the world via Addis Ababa. The airline will be operating thrice weekly flights to Maputo and four weekly flights to Bangui, from December 05th onwards.

Ethiopian Airways is a strong and speedily growing African Airline that is the first choice for many Western Travelers while booking flights to Harare, Zimbabwe. Ethiopian also provides flights to South Africa and other African top visited tourist destinations. With the launch of Ethiopian Airways flights to Maputo and Bangui, the airline will be celebrating its 60th International route and 39th Route in Africa. Ethiopian Airline has carried out launch of new routes as the company’s strategic initiative to link major African cities with the rest of the world. For the reason, the airline has also signed an agreement with Air Mozambique, national carrier of Mozambique to operate code share flights at the Addis Ababa and Maputo route. Under the agreement, all Ethiopian Airlines flights operating to Maputo will be code shared with Air Mozambique with successful completion of system compatibility tests. Both the airline have also agreed to enhance their code share cooperation considering as many viable beyond code share points when the plan advance to later stages.

Ethiopian Airline is a key airline for African continent and  not only aims at connecting Ethiopia, its home country to the world but also it’s the representative of the whole continent and works on linking African countries with each other and the world. To date, Ethiopian Airline is reckoned as the pioneer in the development of the African commercial aviation industry and operates one of the largest networks in Africa with extended services both in passengers and cargo.

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