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Ethiopian Airlines Adds Warsaw to Its Expanding European Network

Ethiopian Airlines, Africa’s largest network operating carrier, announced the launch of new passenger services to Warsaw, Poland, starting June 16, 2024. This expansion will increase the airline’s European destinations to a total of 24.

The new service, designated as flight ET 764, will connect Addis Ababa to Warsaw via Athens. Flights will be available four times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays, with the return flights, ET 765, scheduled for Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.

Ethiopian Airlines Group CEO Mr. Mesfin Tasew, regarding the planned commencement of the new passenger services to Warsaw, said, “We are truly excited to further grow our presence in the European market with yet another new destination. This development is in harmony with our strategic intent to bridge Africa with the globe while fostering commerce and tourism within the continent. We have finalized our preparations to start delivering a gratifying journey experience to our patrons on this route.”

Warsaw, the dynamic capital of Poland, offers travelers a compelling mix of historical and modern attractions. A trip to Warsaw presents a vibrant blend of history and modernity, capturing the hearts of travelers with its rich tapestry of culture. The city boasts a stunning mix of architecture, from the charming cobblestone lanes of the Old Town to cutting-edge skyscrapers. Highlights include the iconic Royal Castle and the moving Warsaw Uprising Museum, making Warsaw a must-visit for its profound historical insights and lively urban atmosphere.

With its modern fleet, extensive network, and award-winning services, Ethiopian Airlines continues to be a leading airline in Africa and a global player in the aviation industry offering convenient travel options with seamless connections to more than 135 global destinations.

As the airline celebrates its 78th anniversary this year, the addition of Warsaw into our network further solidifies our position as a key player in the African aviation market and beyond. With its more than 60 destinations in Africa, it is playing a key role in bringing Africa closer to the world and now to Poland in particular.

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