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Ethiopian Airlines looks to extend network to South India

Ethiopian Airlines, the national carrier of Ethiopia, is looking at expanding its network in India by introducing one to two entry points in South India preferably in Chennai, Ahmedabad or Bengaluru. Presently, the airline operates daily flights from Mumbai and Delhi to Africa through Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia where it has a ground time of one-two hours. Speaking on the sidelines of the launch of the airline’s holiday arm, Ethiopian Holidays, in the India market, Tadesse Tilahun, regional director, Indian subcontinent, Ethiopian Airlines stated, “We are observing good traffic from South India to Africa and hence we want to introduce new entry points. The bilateral agreements are presently in process and once it is finalised we will launch one or two entry points in South India anytime this FY.”

Source: www.financialexpress.com

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