Ethiopian Airlines will begin its first Boeing 787 service to South America beginning July 1 to Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The 3X-weekly service will be operated through Ethopian’s second hub at Lomé, Togo. The carrier, which has four 787s, was the first airline to put the Dreamliner back in service after the fleet was grounded due to lithium ion battery issues in January. Ethiopian will coordinate the Brazil flights with it partner airline in West Africa, ...

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