Ethiopian Airlines Receives Boeing 777 Freighter Cargo

Ethiopian Airlines Receives Boeing 777 Freighter Cargo. Earlier this month, the cargo division of Africa's leading airline, Ethiopia, received its 8th Boeing 777 freighter to reinforce its growing cargo fleet.

Upon arrival at its base port of the Bole International Airport, the plane was met by the General Manager of the Ethiopian Group, Tewolde GebreMariam, who said: "We are delighted to welcome our 8th transport aircraft, Boeing 777.

Ethiopian Airlines Receives Boeing 777 Freighter Cargo

Ethiopian Airlines Receives Boeing 777 Freighter Cargo


This new aircraft It will help us to strengthen our leadership role in freight transport operations in Africa and beyond, further strengthening our commendable contribution to the increase of import / export traffic in the continent's air cargo, as indicated in our Vision 2025.

As the largest cargo agent in Africa, we currently serve more than 44 international cargo destinations in Africa, the Gulf countries, the Middle East, Asia, America and Europe, increasing perishable agricultural products from the African continent and high industrial products. value.

With more cargo orders in hand, we are ready to consolidate our role in providing critical air cargo services in Africa and beyond, further catalyzing the continent's economic growth. "

From passengers schedule flights, Ethiopian Airlines will launch passenger flights to Russia three times a week, through Turkey, with a Boeing 787. The connection with Moscow marks a massive development for the African airline and is considered as a new key destination for the Vision 2025 plan of the operators. "The air link provided by the Ethiopian to unite Africa and Russia will go a long way in facilitating and strengthening the multifaceted relationship between the two regions, and our direct flights will also help promote Ethiopian and African tourist attractions in the United States. Russia will be the final country of BRICS in our growing global network, "said GebreMariam.