Ethiopian Airlines has been adjudged the Outstanding Airline Brand of the Year at the 2022 Ghana-West Africa Business Awards.
The largest airline in Africa that flies to over 124 countries from Ghana via its hub in Addis Ababa, was recognised for its consistent performance during the difficult period in 2021 and for its dedication to the Ghanaian and West African market in general.
“We are happy to have been recognised for our work and we will work to do more in the years ahead,”Yemesrach Alemayehu, Area Manager of Ethiopian Airlines said.
In Ghana, Ethiopian Airlines and Asky Airlines are all set to start Accra-Washington Flights via Lomé on June 1.
The new service is expected to provide more travelling options to Ghanaian passengers and lead to competitive pricing on the route.
“ET is pleased to introduce this direct service from Lomé to Washington giving additional connective between West Africa and USA in connection with ASKY.
The Washington service is added to the daily flight we currently have to New York giving better travel alternative to USA,” Yemesrach Alemayehu, Area Manager of Ethiopian Airlines said.
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