Addis Ababa, May 27 (WIC) – The Ethiopian Airlines today unveiled its plans to increase flight frequencies to 20 of its destinations in Africa, Europe, Asia and the USA beginning June 16, 2010 with its summer season timetable.
According to a press release Ethiopian sent to WIC, the move underscores Ethiopian strategic goal to provide efficient and most convenient services to its costumers at all times and on any of its network.
Commenting on the current extension of the frequencies, Tewolde Gebremariam, Chief Operating Officer of Ethiopian Airlines said, “We are experiencing rapid growth and progress in our operations throughout our network, especially in Africa.
We believe that the decision to step up frequencies reinforce the airline’s commitment to avail convenient and adequate services to its costumers around the globe.”
He added that “Passengers looking to travel to many of Ethiopian destinations will have more choices and flexibility with the additional frequencies.”
Source: Walta information