Ethiopian Airlines (ET) on Tuesday became the 28th member of Star Alliance, as the alliance network in Africa grows.
Ethiopian Airlines CEO Tewolde Gebremariam (center), alongside crewmembers in between the Boeing 767 and 787. By Kurt Hofmann Ethiopian Airlines (ET) on Tuesday became the 28th member of Star Alliance, as the alliance network in Africa grows. ET is Star’s third carrier based in Africa, joining Egyptair and South African Airways (ATW Daily News, Sept. 28, 2010). ET serves 62 international and 17 domestic destinations. "Today we have taken a large step forward in ...
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