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Ethiopian to increase flight frequency to Seychelles

Posted 13 October 2016 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines has announced that it will add a fifth weekly flight to Seychelles as of December 16, 2016.

Group CEO Ethiopian Airlines, Tewolde GebreMariam, said: "Air transport being a vital component of the tourist appeal and the driving factor for economic growth in general, we have been serving our beloved continent for seven decades, offering convenient connectivity options to more than 52 African cities. Seychelles being Africa’s premier tourist destination, with the natural attractions of the archipelagos, we have now added a fifth weekly service to provide more options for passengers flying from any part of the world to the Seychelles and vice versa through our strategic hub at Addis Ababa. As per our growth strategy, vision 2025, we shall  continue to increase our presence in Africa, so as to better promote and facilitate growth in the business and tourism sectors.”

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