Sunday, December 17, 2017
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Ethiopian Airlines Fly with All-female Crew from Addis to Lagos

By Chinedu Eze and Demola Ojo Africa’s most profitable airline, Ethiopian Airlines, on Saturday made history as it transported its passengers from the Bole International Airport Addis Ababa to the Murtala International Airport Lagos on a Boeing B777-300 ER plane … Continued

Somalia’s budget meets IMF terms, official says

NAIROBI (Reuters) – The budget approved by Somalia’s parliament this week is in line with fiscal reforms the government committed to when it entered an International Monetary Fund programme in May, an IMF official told Reuters. Somalia is now on … Continued

Ethiopian launches new mobile application for passengers

The leading aviation group and the fastest growing airline in Africa, Ethiopian Airlines has launched an Android-based mobile application. The new mobile app encompasses an array of features that enhance customers’ travel experience with simplified and end-to-end options for flight booking and … Continued

Ethiopian Takes Off With Another Hotel

By Fasika Tadesse Ethiopian Airlines, the national carrier, moves further to conquer the hotel industry through the construction of a 637-key five-star hotel in the capital. The hotel costs the Company about 2.5 billion Br. The hotel will also have … Continued

Global experts underscore investments in energy sector in Somalia

MOGADISHU,  (Xinhua) — International energy experts are meeting in Mogadishu on Wednesday to discuss investment opportunities in Somalia’s sustainable energy sector. Minister of Energy and Water Resources Salim Aliyow Ibrow, who opened the meeting late Tuesday, said the government was … Continued

Ethiopian Airlines receives first African Boeing 787-9

Boeing and Ethiopian Airlines have celebrated the delivery of the carrier’s first Boeing 787-9. Ethiopian is leasing the Dreamliner through an agreement with AerCap. Ethiopian’s newest 787 touched down in Addis Ababa following a non-stop 8,354-mile flight from Boeing’s Everett, … Continued