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Ethiopian Partners with technology provider Mozio

Posted 10 February 2016 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines has recently partnered with Mozio to deliver efficient door-to-door connectivity to their passengers.



Ethiopian Airlines is currently the fastest growing airline company and considered one of the region's best airlines. The partnership between Ethiopian Airlines and Mozio was made to meet the changing landscape of the present travel industry.

It is an opportunity for the company to deliver new ancillary products that cater to the convenience of customers. Implementing the latest in technology, the partnership is expected to lessen the travel time in between getting in and out of the airport.

Ethiopian Airlines is the recipient of CAPA Airline of the Year Award and The Rising Star Carrier Award this 2015. The move to partner with Mozio was aimed to deliver improvements in their services that meet the soaring expectations of customers. In this partnership with Mozio, it offers ancillary product for travelers with different budgets and needs.

One of the constant problems in airports worldwide is transportation. Mozio and Ethiopian Airlines aim to make it easy for passengers getting to and from the airport. The goal is to provide the most efficient and affordable travel option.

Using the latest in technology, Mozio is helping passengers find the most effective solution in getting in and out of the airport using train, bus, shuttle, sedan or even via tuktuk transfers in some countries.

Mr Abdulhakim Meftuh, eCommerce Manager of Ethiopian Airlines, said: "Central to Ethiopian Airlines' goals is to deliver superb passenger experience. With the help of Mozio, we are able to ensure that customers are able to get to where they want to go in a safe and affordable manner."

Tim Murungi, Mozio's Head of Partnerships EMEA, echoed the sentiments of Abdulhakim Meftuh by saying "We are very excited to be working with Ethiopian Airlines in offering a new quality standard for airport transfers, one that provides passengers' with a diverse choice of travel options, is reliable and offers excellent customer value."

Mozio plans to not only improve the overall services and travel experience of the passengers but to provide them with the most efficient option when it comes to reaching the next destination. Regardless if you are going to the airport, or heading to your hotel, Mozio and Ethiopian Airlines' partnership's intention is to make everything seamless.

 

 

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