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Much will be clear about this airline's mission from the description of the way it operates above, and the types of award that it has won. Ethiopian Airlines flights offer:
Passengers purchasing tickets for Ethiopian Airlines flights can decide which class of seat they want to sit in. There are two classes on these flights (though for some flights, an additional class, 'Business Class' may be added). The class with the most additional benefits is known as Cloud 9, which offers amenities such as extra reading material, sleeper seats and personal wide screen TVs. The other class, Economy Class offers passengers a standard seat and entertainment facility. All passengers on Ethiopian Airlines flights are offered complementary beverages as well as complementary food (both hot and cold), with the option to purchase additional food and beverages if they require. There are also special Cloud 9 lounges for passengers with a Cloud 9 class ticket at several airports, including Bole International Airport.
The fleet at Ethiopian Airlines is made up of both Boeing and Airbus aeroplanes (though its cargo fleet is entirely made of Boeings). There are also 17 Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 aircraft in the passenger fleet. Whether you want to go to Frankfurt or Dubai, this airline will be able to fly you there as smoothly as can be.
The price of flights with Ethiopian varies by destination and travel period. The lowest price recorded in the last 15 days in India for a flight with Ethiopian is ₹ 28,437.
The most popular airlines in India are Spicejet, IndiGo, Air India, Jet Airways, AirAsia.
The cheapest destination recorded in the last 15 days departing from India with Ethiopian is Milan Malpensa.
Flying with Ethiopian, the cheapest place to depart from in the last 15 days in India is New Delhi.
Ethiopian Airlines is the flag carrying airline of Ethiopia. This airline was founded back in 1945, and started operating commercial flights the next year. It has won numerous awards, including (in 2011) African Cargo Airline of the Year, and (in 2015) Best Regional Airline of the Year. This airline is based in Addis Ababa, with its main hub being Bole International Airport. Ethiopian Airlines offers flights to 113 destinations worldwide: 19 of these are domestic flights, and 35 of the destinations are freighter destinations.
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