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The new year of 2019 is bringing different changes with the Africa’s leading carrier Ethiopian Airlines including restructuring its United States networks, adding frequencies,shifting gateways and opening new routes as of the upcoming summer.

The airline’s press release states that accordingly, Washington D.C. flights will be increased from current daily to ten weekly flights. The new additional three flights will pass thru Abidjan departing from Addis Ababa in the morning and arriving in Washington D.C. in the evening. The current three weekly flights to Chicago will be increased to five weekly flights.  From the planned daily flights to New York, four will be served via Lomé to Newark and three will be via Abidjan to JFK airport. Lastly, there will be a new gateway, Houston, which will replace Los Angeles, and will be served three times per week via West Africa.One particularity to remember is that the new Houston flights will be the only connection between Houston and Africa and will facilitate the travel of the huge African community in the Houston area on board the famous Boeing 787.

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The United States are among our most important markets owing to the presence of a large African community and growing business and tourism ties with Africa.  Our new route structure with additional frequencies to multiple gateways and the opening of new route to Houston are aimed at responding to the market demand and availing best possible connectivity to over 60 African destinations. Onboard our flights, our customers will continue to enjoy our premium and award-winning service on the most technologically advanced commercial aircraft, the Boeing 787. In line with our Vision 2025 strategic roadmap, we will keep on expanding our U.S. and African network so as to facilitate people-to-people ties and the flow of investment, trade and tourism.” remarked the Ethiopian Group CEO Mr Tewolde GebreMariam

has been expanding its international destinations which have now reached more than 119. Manchester, Moscow and Mogadishu are just some of the new destinations the airline launched recently.  

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