Ethiopian Airlines offers great connectivity to Addis Ababa

Ethiopian Airlines, the fastest growing and most profitable airline in Africa recently started double daily flights from New Delhi to Addis Ababa apart from double daily operations from Mumbai. Addis Ababa is the capital of Ethiopia and a Major hub for Ethiopian Airlines. Ethiopian Airlines services to 91 International destinations which covers Africa, Europe, America, Middle East & Asia and 20 Domestic destinations.

Ethiopian Airlines also commands the lion share of the pan-African passenger and cargo network operating the youngest and most modern fleet to more than 90 international destinations across five continents. Ethiopian Airlines has code share agreements with 22 International Airlines. It has two Class in- flight services which is ‘Cloud Nine’ and ‘Economy Class.’ Cloud nine combines services of First and Business Class.

Ethiopian Airlines seamlessly connects India with Ethiopia with their double daily operations from Mumbai and Delhi. So Kick start your summer vacation by traveling to Ethiopia and get soaked in the wilderness of Africa.

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