08 December 2010

Ethiopian Airlines now offering flights to Maputo and Kilimanjaro

Ethiopian Airlines continues to expand its continental network in Africa. The airline is now offering (effective 02 Dec 2010) flights from their strategic hub Addis Ababa to Maputo, the capital of Mozambique, as well as flights from Addis Ababa to Kilimanjaro in Tanzania (effective 03 Dec 2010). They also upgraded the daily Mombasa flight from Q400 to 737-800 to satisfy the demand on this popular route.
Ethiopian Airlines, one of the largest and fastest growing airlines in Africa, made its maiden flight to Cairo in 1946. With the addition of flight services to Maputo and Kilimanjaro, Ethiopian will provide dependable services to 40 cities in Africa and a total of 60 international destinations spanning four continents.

  • Addis Ababa > Kilimanjaro 10:00 > 12:15 on Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun (nonstop)
  • Addis Ababa > Kilimanjaro 10:00 > 13:55 on Tue, Thu, Sat (via Mombasa)
  • Kilimanjaro > Addis Ababa 17:35 > 19:30 on Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun (nonstop)
  • Kilimanjaro > Addis Ababa 15:35 > 19:30 on Tue, Thu, Sat (via Mombasa)
  • Addis Ababa > Maputo  09:15 > 13:35 Tue, Thu, Sun (nonstop)
  • Maputo > Addis Ababa  14:25 > 20:50 Tue, Thu, Sun (nonstop)

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