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Ethiopian Los Angeles Area Office receives Star Alliance CEO Awards 2016

Posted 16 December 2016 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines Los Angeles Area Office received the Star Alliance CEO Awards for 2016, as a member of Star Alliance project team at Tom Bradley International Terminal, during the annual Chief Executive Board Meeting held in Los Angeles recently.

The award recognises ‘outstanding contributions’ of teams that have worked together to transform the check-in experience for customers, involving co-location of the Star Alliance carriers online in that location and the introduction of new self-service processes for economy class passengers. 

“We are honoured to receive this recognition as member of the Los Angeles International Airport team for the successful team work Ethiopian has forged at Tom Bradley International Terminal,” said Sasahulish Laeke, traffic and sales manager, regional sales & services Europe & the Americas.

“Moreover, through the Star Alliance Network, we offer our customers streamlined benefits including seamless connectivity options, through check-in, access to Star Alliance lounges, redeeming miles on frequent flier programs of member airlines, priority check-in and baggage tags for Star Alliance gold members, and coordinated schedules.”

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