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Ethiopian Airlines to Fly Addis Ababa – Dublin – Los Angeles

Ethiopian Airlines to Fly Addis Ababa – Dublin – Los Angeles

Ethiopian Airlines has announced that it has finalised preparations to commence flights from Addis Ababa to Dublin and Los Angeles, starting from June 2015. This new route was revealed earlier by Irish Travel Trade News on 1st July this year._ethiopian_airlines_87666

 

Ethiopian’s flights to Dublin and Los Angeles will be operated three times a week with the ultra-modern Boeing 787 Dreamliner, which offers unparalleled onboard comfort to passengers. The flights will be the only direct service connecting Africa with Ireland and the West Coast of the United States.

Travellers from Los Angeles and Ireland will be able to enjoy seamless and convenient connectivity options thanks to Ethiopian’s extensive network in Africa covering 49 destinations. Similarly, as the flights will be the only direct service between Dublin and Los Angeles, the Irish and US travelling public between the two cities will greatly benefit from the opening of the route.

“Our new flights connecting Addis Ababa, Dublin and Los Angeles will play a critical role in the expansion of trade, tourism investment between the fast growing continent of Africa, and the United States and Ireland,” said Tewolde Gebremariam, Chief Executive, Ethiopian Airlines Group. “As these flights will be the first and only direct air route linking Africa with Ireland and the West Coat of the USA, they will bring these two seemingly far away cities much closer to Africa and will facilitate mobility and connectivity for businesses and the large African diaspora community living in the West Coast of the United States.

“In line with our Vision 2025 strategic roadmap, we are expanding our network and deploying the most technologically advanced aircraft as part of our commitment to our customers to provide them the best possible travel experience and connectivity options. Our flights to Dublin and Los Angeles will be operated with the B787 Dreamliner, which offers unmatched onboard comfort, especially for such a very long-haul route, with its unique features such as greatly reduced noise, higher cabin air humidity, biggest windows in the sky, and spacious cabin interior.”

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Michael Flood is the Editor of Ireland's leading travel industry publication, Irish Travel Trade News. With more than 35 years experience, he has accumulated an in-depth knowledge of the airline industry and the travel and tourism world.

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