Articles tagged “ethiopian airlines”

Airline Weekly

Ethiopian Airlines Adds U.S. Flights as Recovery Inches Forward

Ethiopian had expected to be further along in its recovery by now, but that's not stopping it from adding back flights to the U.S., the latest of which is a route to Washington, D.C. The carrier plans to fly about 85 percent of its pre-pandemic capacity this summer.

Ethiopian Airlines Adds U.S. Flights as Recovery Inches Forward

Airlines

Africa’s Airline Recovery Faces Setback on Ukraine War’s Higher Fuel Costs

Already expected to lose a total of $24 billion by the end of 2022, Africa's aviation sector could see that worsen from the strain of higher fuel costs related to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Africa’s Airline Recovery Faces Setback on Ukraine War’s Higher Fuel Costs

Airlines

Ethiopian Airlines CEO Who Turned Carrier Into Africa’s Largest Is Stepping Down

It's a pivotal moment for Africa's aviation industry. Will Tewolde Gebremariam's successor be able to continue on the airline's unprecedented path to growth and resilience amid a pandemic, internal conflict and global geopolitical shifts?

Ethiopian Airlines CEO Who Turned Carrier Into Africa’s Largest Is Stepping Down

Airlines

Indonesia Lifts Ban on Boeing 737 Max

The Boeing 737 Max is back with grounding orders now lifted just about everywhere around the world, including in Indonesia and Ethiopia.

Indonesia Lifts Ban on Boeing 737 Max

Airline Weekly

Ethiopian Airlines Restores Jets From Cargo Use to Serve Rising Passenger Demand

Ethiopian Airlines Restores Jets From Cargo Use to Serve Rising Passenger Demand

Airline Weekly

Ethiopian Airlines Leverages Cold Chain Facilities to Bring Vaccines to Africa

Ethiopian Airlines Leverages Cold Chain Facilities to Bring Vaccines to Africa

Airlines

Biosafety-First Airport Terminal and 10 Other Top Travel Stories This Week

In top travel stories this week, Skift wrote about a contactless-tech airport terminal, 2022 as the earliest coronavirus recovery, Marriott's CEO talking about hygiene theater, United pointing to its future scaled-down size, and plenty more.

Biosafety-First Airport Terminal and 10 Other Top Travel Stories This Week

Airlines

Ethiopian Airlines Debuts First Covid-Era, Contactless Terminal

From government bailouts to layoffs, commercial airlines have taken drastic measures to stay afloat since Covid-19. Not Ethiopian – now operating out of the second largest capacity airport in Africa, while turning a profit and forging ahead with further expansion plans beyond its new state-of-art, bio-safety terminal.

Ethiopian Airlines Debuts First Covid-Era, Contactless Terminal

Business Travel

What South Africa’s Virus Protocols Tell Us About Balancing a Travel Economy With a Nation’s Health

South Africa is understandably cautious as it approaches winter, and doing all it can to stave off a health crisis. But its strict and prolonged protocols might end up doing more harm than good.

What South Africa’s Virus Protocols Tell Us About Balancing a Travel Economy With a Nation’s Health

Airlines

2019 Was the Third Safest Year Ever in the Airline Industry

Despite the Ethiopian Airlines crash, 2019 stands as one of the safest on record. It's something worth remembering next time you board an aircraft.

2019 Was the Third Safest Year Ever in the Airline Industry