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RT @Zemedeneh: @TheEconomist highlights the success story of a world-class African multinational corporation: Ethiopian Airlines https://t.…
The Ethiopian Government Must Reach Out to the Oromo and Amhara - Liberian Daily Observer
Ethiopia has a fast growing industrial enterprise. It is manufacturing beverages, sugar, and steel, and grows and exports coffee, cut flowers, oilseed and cotton. These are in addition to the mighty Ethiopian Airlines, a world leader in the business ...
Why Ethiopian Airlines is bucking a continent-wide trend | The ... - nazret.com
Well-connected INSIDE the atrium of a gleaming new building on the outskirts of Addis Ababa, trainee air stewards flit between the classrooms and aeroplane.
Ethiopian to increase frequency to Seychelles - Travel Trends Today
Ethiopian Airlines has announced of adding a 5th weekly flight to Seychelles as of 16th December 2016. “Air transport being a vital component of the tourist appeal and the driving factor for economic growth in general, we have been serving our beloved ...
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Ethiopian Airlines Bans Samsung GalaxyNote7 From All Flights https://t.co/RsGFUkidlG
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RT @africaupdates: Ethiopian Airlines Bans Samsung GalaxyNote7 From All Flights https://t.co/RsGFUkidlG
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RT @airliners_net: Nice light for this Ethiopian Airlines A350 at Heathrow. Photo by Matthias Geiger https://t.co/Zp7eXt8TDf
Ethiopian to increase flight frequency to Seychelles - Ghana News Agency
Accra, Oct. 20, GNA - Ethiopian Airlines, the fastest growing and most profitable African airline, would from December 16, add a fifth weekly flight to its ...
Ethiopian Airlines adjudged CIMG airline of the year - BusinessGhana
Africa's most profitable and Largest Airline Ethiopian Airline, has been adjudged the Airline of the year (International) at the 27th edition of the Chartered Institute of Marketing Ghana National Performance Awards in Accra. Ethiopian Airlines was ...
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RT @RwandAnFlyer: No RwandAir aircraft at Paris, but two East African Airlines at Paris.
Ethiopian Airlines & Kenya Airways Boeing 767s