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Ethiopian Airlines to Resume Daily Service to Mekelle From December 28, 2022

Starting December 28, 2022, Ethiopian Airlines will restart daily flight between Addis Ababa and Mekelle in the Tigray Region of Ethiopia. The carrier currently operates service to 20 domestic destinations, and will increase frequencies to Mekelle depending on demand.

Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner - Courtesy Ethiopian Airlines

On Tuesday (December 27, 2022), Ethiopian Airlines announced the resumption of daily service between Addis Ababa and Mekelle starting Wednesday, Dec ember 28, 2022. The carrier currently serves 20 domestic destinations in Ethiopia, and plans to add service to more cities in the coming years. Tickets are now available for booking on the carrier’s website and through all other distribution channels.

In today’s announcement, Ethiopian Airlines Group’s CEO, Mr. Mesfin Tasew, said,

“We are truly pleased with the resumption of our flights to Mekelle. The resumption of these flights will enable families to reunite, facilitate the restoration of commercial activities, stimulate tourist flow and bring many more opportunities which will serve the society. We are ready to serve our passengers who are traveling on the route between Addis Ababa and Mekelle and play our part in the socio-economic development of our country.”

With over 75 years of operations, Ethiopian Airlines is the fastest growing airline in Africa. The carrier commands the largest share of Pan-African passenger and cargo service and operates one of the youngest and most modern fleets in the world. Ethiopian serves over 130 destinations across five continents with a fleet of ultra-modern fuel efficient aircraft including Airbus A350s, Boeing 787-8/9 Dreamliners, Boeing 777-300ERs, Boeing 777-200LRs, Boeing 777-200 Freighters and De Havilland Canada Dash 8-400s. The airline’s fleet has an average age of seven years and Ethiopian was the first African carrier to operate all of the previously mentioned aircraft types.

Source: Ethiopian Airlines


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