Ethiopian Airlines plans to transform itself into a holding company with six separately managed units under a 15-year restructuring plan aimed at increasing revenues six-fold and profits to almost $1 billion. The plan, dubbed Vision 2025, splits the carrier’s international and domestic operations into separate operating units and creates new divisions for cargo, maintenance, training and catering. Each division will be governed by a CEO reporting to the holding company, which expects ...
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