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Ethiopian Airlines lands in Windhoek

Posted 7 October 2016 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines has commenced services to Windhoek, Namibia, via Gaborone, as of October 6, 2016.

Group CEO Ethiopian Airlines, Tewolde GebreMariam, said, “ As a Pan-African airline, it has always been our source of pride to connect Africa together and to the rest of the world. The addition of Windhoek to our ever expanding network brings our African destinations to 52, the largest coverage unrivalled by any other carrier. I believe, the commencement of this flight will surely give our customers more convenient options to travel to Namibia. We will continue to expand our reach in our home market in Africa with a view to support to the continent’s socio-economic integration and development.”

Ethiopian will be deploying the Boeing 737 on the route. The aircraft is configured with 15 Cloud Nine seats and 138 Economy Class seats.

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