Ethiopian Airlines—which is one of the first Boeing 787-8 operators—has ordered two Boeing 787-9s for delivery in 2017, CEO Tewolde Gebremariam told ATW. In addition, he said the Addis Ababa-based carrier is “also studying the Boeing 777X.” Speaking on the sidelines of the Star Alliance executive board meeting in Chicago, Gebremariam also told ATW Ethiopian plans to order 11 additional Airbus A350 XWBs, taking its total from 14 to 25, which will be used initially on ...

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