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Ethiopian voted “Best African Airline” at Arabian Travel Awards

Posted 25 September 2018 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines has been crowned “Best African Airline” at Arabian Travel Awards 2018, the second edition of Arabian Travel Awards, held on September 20, 2018 in Dubai.

 

The winners of the award were determined based on the votes of travellers.

Tewolde GebreMariam, Group CEO of Ethiopian Airlines said:  “We are honoured to have been voted the ‘Best African Airline’ at the Arabian Travel Awards 2018, a testimony that our product and services are meeting the high expectations of customers from the Middle East.” 

Ethiopian currently flies to 12 destinations in the Middle East and thrice daily from Dubai. 

“In line with our long term growth plan, Vision 2025, we will continue to invest in expanding our ultramodern fleet and global destinations ultimately creating even better connectivity options for travellers around the world in general and the Middle East in particular,” added GebreMariam.

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