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Ethiopian to augment flight frequency to Guangzhou

Posted 5 September 2016 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines will add a thrice weekly service, on top of its daily flights, to Guangzhou as of October 8, 2016. The airline will operate eleven weekly flights to/from Guangzhou.

Group CEO Ethiopian Airlines, Tewolde GebreMariam, said: “We are pleased to launch more frequency to Guangzhou, one of the largest Chinese cities.  Ethiopian has become the airline of choice among travelers between China, Africa and Brazil. We offer the best and fastest connectivity options with a total of 31 weekly flights,  operated with the latest and most comfortable B787 and B777 aircraft, to four gateways in China; Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Hong Kong, and with an immediate connection to 52 destinations in Africa and Sao Paulo in Brazil. For sure, this move will play a significant role to the growing economic and people-to-people ties between Africa and China.”

 

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