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Ethiopian to add frequency to Cape Town

Posted 9 November 2016 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines is set to increase flight frequency to Cape Town to 10 times weekly beginning from December 1st 2016.

 

Chief commercial officer Ethiopian Airlines, Busera Awel said: “Serving Africa is our prior commitment as a Pan-African carrier, and increasing services to Cape Town, known for the Table Mountain is part of this commitment. The increase in flight frequency to Cape Town, our third gateway in South Africa, will enable tourists and business travellers to enjoy convenient connectivity options to and from 95 Ethiopian global networks on-board our state-of-the-art fleet, Boeing 787. Furthermore, our 10 times weekly service will enhance our capacity to over 400% in a year time. We always strive to offer the best possible passenger and cargo services the industry has to offer, including a wide variety menu of meal services with the newly inaugurated modern In-Flight Catering facility, served with a multiple award winning inflight services.”     

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