Ethiopian Continues Long-Haul Fleet Replacement, Route Growth

NEW DELHI —Ethiopian Airlines plans to retire its remaining four Boeing 757s by 2016 and will phase out its eight remaining Boeing 767-300ERs once the Airbus A350-900s arrive. The arrival of the A350s will also enable the airline to continue growing its Addis Abbaba hub, CEO Tewolde Gebremariam said...

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