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Ethiopian to Commence New Flights to Ndola PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 04 February 2013 13:53

Ethiopian Airlines announced that it will commence thrice weekly flights to Ndola, Zambia, effective 31 March 2013.
Ndola, the third largest city in Zambia, is the industrial and commercial center in the copper belt province of the country. Ndola will be Ethiopian 45th African and the 72nd international destination. It will also be its second destination in Zambia after to Lusaka.
“We are proud to add Ndola to Ethiopian’s wide route network. It is a continuation of our efforts to achieve the goal of connecting Africa to the world, by adding multiple points in Africa and serving the air connectivity needs of the continent,” said Tewolde Gebremariam, CEO of Ethiopian. With the new service, passengers to and from Ndola will find convenient and hassle-free connections to destinations in Ethiopian’s wide route network such as Mumbai, Dubai, London, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Cairo and Beijing.
(Press Release)


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