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Ethiopian Airlines signs new deal with GE

Ethiopian Airlines signs new deal with GE

27 November 2013 Airline News

Ethiopian Airlines has signed a ten-year OnPoint solution agreement with GE for maintenance, repair and overhaul of its GE90 engines. Under this agreement, GE will maintain the GE90 engines that power Ethiopian’s 16 B777 aircraft, which include six B777-200LR, six B777-F, and four B777-300ER.

Ethiopian Airways receives first 777-300ER

Ethiopian Airways receives first 777-300ER

19 November 2013 Airline News

Boeing has delivered a 777-300ER (Extended Range) jet to GE Capital Aviation Services for lease to Ethiopian Airlines. The 777-300ER is now the largest airplane in the Ethiopian flag-carrier’s fleet and will provide it with increased capacity and improved operating economics on key routes from its base in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa.

Ethiopian partners with ASKY

Ethiopian partners with ASKY

25 August 2013 Press Release Airline News

Ethiopian Cargo, the largest cargo operator in Africa, is pleased to announce the opening of a second cargo hub in Africa based in Lomé, Togo, in partnership with ASKY Airlines. The new cargo hub will commence operations in September 2013 after the phase-in of a B737-400F.

New African airline takes off in Malawi

New African airline takes off in Malawi

11 July 2013 Airline News

The government of Malawi and African powerhouse Ethiopian Airlines have finalised the creation of a new national airline in the Southern African country, called Malawian Airlines. Officials in Addis Ababa confirmed the government of Malawi will hold a 51 per cent stake in new carrier, with Ethiopian Airlines holding the remaining shares.

Oman Air links with Ethiopia Airlines for Muscat-Addis Ababa flights

Oman Air links with Ethiopia Airlines for Muscat-Addis Ababa flights

3 April 2013 Airline News

Oman Air has entered into a codeshare partnership with Ethiopian Airlines, the national carrier of Ethiopia on the Muscat and Addis Ababa sectors, which will offer greater choice for customers of the two airlines. This codeshare agreement will cover flights between the Omani capital of Muscat and the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa.