Ethiopian Airlines is in talks with the Zambian government to establish a joint venture in Lusaka.
Ethiopian Airlines 737-800. Courtesy, Boeing Ethiopian Airlines is in talks with the Zambian government to establish a joint venture in Lusaka. Speaking to ATW in Shenzhen, Ethiopian Airlines CEO Tewolde Gebremariam said, “The new carrier will operate [Bombardier] Dash 8 Q400s and several [Boeing] 737s. We have to clarify the demand of aircraft; operations should start from one year’s time.” He said running an airline in Africa is challenging because “African ...
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