Ethiopian Airlines (“Ethiopian”) is Ethiopia’s national airline at Bole International Airport with its main hub. The airline has become one of the continent’s leading carriers over the past sixty plus years, unrivalled for productivity and operating quality in Africa, turning profits for nearly all the years of its existence. It has also become one of the biggest industries in Ethiopia. Ethiopian Airlines serves 53 international destinations with 157 international weekly departures from Addis Ababa and 410 international weekly departures around the world.
With South African Airways, Lufthansa, TAAG-Angola Airlines, Gulf Air, Air One, Brussels Airlines, British Midland (BMI), Rwanda Air and Saudi Arabian Airways, Ethiopian Airlines has code sharing agreements. Ethiopian is self-sufficient in all aviation training systems. The Ethiopian Aviation Academy offers training for Pilots, Aircraft Technicians, Cabin Crew (Service Trainee), Marketing & Sales as well as Management and Finance staff.
Ethiopian Flight to Africa
Ethiopian Airlines to Addis Ababa, Johannesburg from UK
Ehiopian Airlines offers direct flight to Addis Ababa, Africa and connection flight to other African cities like Abidjan, Accra, Bamako, Johannesburg, Cape town. Located in the foothills of the Entoto Mountains, Addis Ababa is a commercial and tourism growth hub. Visitors should expect a lively, cosmopolitan city with a variety of hotels, shops and restaurants, not to mention the tall office buildings in the business district of downtown. Flights travel directly to Bole International Airport, located just a few miles from downtown, providing easy and convenient access to Ethiopia’s heart.