Addis Ababa to Jakarta new non stop flight on Ethiopian Airlines

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Ethiopian Airlines is starting non-stop service from Addis Ababa to Jakarta connecting Ethiopia with Indonesia. This service will start on July 17, 2018.

The new service will enable Ethiopian reach to all 5 of the most populous countries on earth. Regarding the new service, Group CEO Ethiopian Airlines, Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam, said: “As the largest airline in Africa, with a bold mission of expanding air connectivity of the continent and link Africa with the rest of the world, we are pleased to offer the option and expedite fast connectivity for leisure and business travellers alike with a simplified travel options.

The new service will enhance our presence in Asia and avail an option for pilgrims and the west African community hassle-free connections to Ethiopian’s vast African network via its hub at Addis Ababaa, thereby strengthen tourism, trade, and people to people relations.

We further strive to connect Africa with the major trading centers of the world. Further maintaining our catalyzing role in global connectivity, we are embarking on new additions as per our plan of launching 10 destinations in 2018”.

Ethiopian will deploy the modern Boeing 787-8 on the route, which not only offers unparalleled on-board comfort to passengers but is also the world’s most environmentally friendly aircraft with its lower carbon and noise emissions.

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