ETHIOPIAN Airlines, the fastest growing, award-winning and most profitable airline in Africa, is ramping up its belly-hold cargo capacity by resurrecting passenger services to a total of 42 destinations in its network by 18 July, writes Thelma Etim.
From tomorrow, the carrier is resuming passenger flights to Cameroon’s Duala and its capital city of Yaoundé.
The African regional service will initially operate three times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from Addis Ababa to Duala via Yaoundé and then back to Addis Ababa, explains a company statement.
Following the end of the country’s lockdown policy, Ethiopian resurrected its services to Dubai on 8 July. Flights to and from Djibouti begin on 17 July.
“As countries continue to re-open their borders and relax travel restrictions, Ethiopian is ready to increase frequencies to accommodate the demand,” adds the statement.