Looking back to its first days in 1946, it would be hard to imagine Ethiopian becoming the African aviation powerhouse it is today. Yet nevertheless the airline managed to continue to grow through obstacles small and large over the years, resulting in the modern fresh carrier we see today.
The state-of-the-art passenger comfort features on the new Boeing 787 have a lot of hype to live up to. Do they really make a difference?
What does it look like inside of Ethiopian Airlines’ maintenance hangar? Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren gives us a well-captioned photo tour.
Photos showing the rear galley and rear of the passenger cabin on an Ethiopian 787, the approximate area where a fire occurred in London. Credit: Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren UPDATE 7-13-13 12:45pm The UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch this afternoon has issued a press release with addition details into Friday’s Ethiopian 787 fire. The AAIB stated […]
Ethiopian Airlines is on a roll in the new aircraft milestones department.
NYCAviation had the opportunity to accompany the first Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 787 from the factory to its new home in Addis Ababa.
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The Addis Ababa-based airline cut the ribbon in front of their first 787 aircraft dubbed “Africa First.”
Ethiopian Airlines next Tuesday will become the first non-Japanese airline to fly the Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner.