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Africa's first Ethiopian B 787-9 touches down at Delhi International Airport

Posted 31 October 2017 · Add Comment

Ethiopian B787-9 Dreamliner that joined the airline's youngest and most modern operating fleet on October 27, 2017 made its debut flight to India's capital and metropolitan city of Delhi.

It is to be recalled that Ethiopian has named one of its twenty B 787-8 fleet after India’s greatest tourist attraction, Taj Mahal.

Ethiopian presence in India dates back to the 1970’s and currently operates 29 weekly scheduled passenger and cargo flights to India’s major cities of Mumbai, Delhi and Ahmedabad.

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