Since launching on 27 March 2017, Ethiopian Airways has firmly established itself at Norway’s fundamental airport. Now they’re enhancing their service providing between Addis Ababa and Oslo Airport.
From 11 December, Ethiopian Airways shall be growing its frequency between Addis Ababa and Avinor Oslo Airport, which implies the route shall be operated six instances per week utilizing Ethiopian’s Boeing 787-Eight Dreamliner.
‘We now have developed a really shut partnership with Ethiopian Airways, and have labored laborious with them to make this route successful story. That is proof that our cooperation has labored properly, and that Ethiopian has succeeded in growing portfolio of enterprise, vacation and leisure passengers. The section for passengers visiting family and friends has additionally been successful on this route,’ says Jasper Spruit, Vice President Visitors Growth at Avinor.
‘This can present us with an additional 25,000 seats yearly on our longhaul community,’ says Jasper Spruit, Vice President Visitors Growth at Avinor.
Ethiopian Airways is a member of Star Alliance, the biggest and oldest world airline alliance with frequent flyers of Star Alliance member airways in a position to accrue and re-deem miles on all carriers of the Alliance.
Group CEO Ethiopian Airways, Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam, on his half remarked: “We’re happy to witness the success of our flight from Addis Ababa to Oslo, which has now elevated to 6 flights per week. The Oslo route has confirmed to be successful inside only one 12 months of its launch. It’s going to quickly change into every day and we plan so as to add new providers to Oslo from Asmara in December 2018. Through these flights, we’re serving the rising journey want between Africa and Northern Europe. Along with the passenger flights, we’ve began a totally devoted freighter operation from Oslo to Guangzhou in China on 11 October 2018, facilitating the export of Norwegian seafood to the Asian market.”
‘Ethiopian has actually made its mark on Oslo Airport since launching final 12 months, and its membership of Star Alliance is a crucial consider passengers securing an efficient means of travelling between Norway and Africa,’ says Spruit.
Along with six weekly passenger departures from Oslo Airport, Ethiopian Airways additionally launched a cargo route on Thursday 11 October with two weekly departures to Guangzhou in China.
‘We’re very a lot wanting ahead to getting the brand new cargo route off the bottom. It’s going to make a serious contribution to the export of recent Norwegian seafood to the ever-growing Asian market. Our partnership with Ethiopian means an incredible deal for Norwegian worth creation,’ Spruit concludes.