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Ethiopian Airlines Expands Network with New Route to Freetown

Ethiopian Airlines, Africa’s leading airline by network size, is set to enhance its route portfolio with the introduction of passenger services to Freetown, Sierra Leone.

Starting May 31, 2024, the airline will connect Freetown to Addis Ababa via Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, with flights scheduled three times a week.

This expansion is a significant addition to Ethiopian Airlines’ extensive network, offering more travel options across Africa. The service aims to connect various African nations more efficiently, facilitating travel for both leisure and business passengers.

The airline will deploy the Boeing 787-800 for this route, known for its eco-friendliness and modern amenities. Passengers can look forward to a comfortable flight experience, complete with spacious seating, personal entertainment options, and onboard Wi-Fi.

Flights to Freetown will depart from Addis Ababa every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. The return flights from Freetown to Addis Ababa are scheduled for Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, ensuring convenient travel schedules for passengers.

Ethiopian Airlines Group CEO Mr. Mesfin Tasew said: “We are delighted to expand our West Africa network with the addition of Freetown, Sierra Leone. This new route, set to launch in May 2024, will not only provide our passengers with more options for travel, but also facilitate increased tourism, trade and investment opportunities between Ethiopia, Sierra Leone and Burkina Faso. As we continue to grow and connect with more destinations, we are committed to fostering cooperation and partnership between our countries.”

Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone, is a major port city on the Atlantic Ocean in the western hemisphere of Africa and the largest city in Sierra Leone, a country known for its natural beauty and diverse wildlife.

Ethiopian Airlines is committed to providing its customers with a seamless and efficient travel experience, and the addition of Freetown to its network is a testament to this commitment. The airline looks forward to welcoming passengers on board and providing them with its renowned Ethiopian hospitality.

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