Ethiopian Airlines (ET) said that Lome-based ASKY Airlines (KP), in which ET holds a 40% stake, is looking for potential investors to enable the carrier to operate as a multi-hub system within Africa. ET CEO Tewolde Gebremariam told ATW during the carrier’s Star Alliance event last week in Addis Ababa that KP, which was founded in 2009, is operated by ET via a five-year management contract. “We are looking for investors like South African Airways (SAA) or Egyptair (MS) and ...

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