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Ethiopian Airlines

Ethiopian Airlines, formerly Ethiopian Air Lines (EAL) and often referred to as simply Ethiopian, is an Ethiopian flag carrier and is entirely owned by the Government of the country. EAL began activities on 8 April 1946 and expanded to include global flights in 1951.

Its hub and headquarters are located at Bole International Airport in Addis Ababa, where it operates a network of 125 passenger destinations—20 of them domestic — and 44 freighter destinations. The airline operates secondary hubs in Togo and Malawi. Ethiopian is Africa’s largest airline in terms of passengers, destination, fleet size and income. Ethiopian is also the fourth largest airline in the world in terms of amount of nations served.

Services Offered

  • Cloud Nine: The Business Class of Ethiopian Airlines is called Cloud Nine. Passengers traveling in this class are supplied with on-board facilities and a broad range of reading materials. On flights operated by Boeing 777-200LR, passengers are supplied with sleeper seats and on-demand audio and video facilities, with 85 channels on 15.4 inch IFE displays.
  • Economy Class: A range of meals— from light snacks to warm dishes— and amenities are given to travelers in this class, based on the duration of the flight. Reclining seats and on-demand audio and video, with 80 channels and 8.9-inch displays, are accessible on Boeing 777-200LR.
  • On all flights, passengers are supplied with food and complimentary drinks on board in both classes. Food service comprises of warm meals, hot or cold snacks or light refreshments, depending on the duration of the flight and the time of day. The option to purchase complimentary beverages at an additional price is also accessible. The airline also provides a variety of menus for travelers with unique food demands.
  • The passengers of Ethiopian Airlines are provided two lounges at Bole International Airport. Cloud Nine travelers can wait for the departure of flights to the Cloud Nine Lounge, which offers a broad range of facilities, as well as personal computers or wireless connections. Likewise, card holders with Gold or Silver status may make use of the ShebaMiles Lounge equipment. Customer Service agents are accessible in both lounges to help passengers with any questions concerning their flights.

 

Check-in

Online check-in is a method in which travelers confirm their travel on the Internet and typically print their own boarding passes.Online check-in is accessible from 36 hours to 2 hours prior to departure for all global and national flights. Confirm your flight attendance, choose your seat and save time. The only thing a passenger needs is an internet connection and a boarding pass printer. The passenger is asked to arrive at the door 30 minutes before boarding if he has no baggage to drop off. If he has luggage to drop off, he shall arrive at the check-in desk at least 1 hour prior to departure for international flights and at least 45 minutes prior to departure for national flights.