Ethiopian Airlines Commences New Service To Warsaw, Poland

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Ethiopian Airlines has commenced a “four times-weekly new flight services to Warsaw, the capital and largest city of the Republic of Poland, via Athens.” According to ET, “The flight departed from Addis Ababa Bole International Airport in a colorful ceremony attended by the Ambassador of Poland to Ethiopia, Ethiopia’s high ranking government officials and Ethiopian Airlines’ executives.” The new flight marks a significant milestone for Ethiopian Airlines’ network expansion in Europe, enhancing global connectivity and promoting commerce and tourism.

Mr. Mesfin Tasew, Chief Executive Officer of Ethiopian Airlines Group said the airline is “truly pleased to establish yet another connection between Africa and Central Europe with the flight that we have commenced today to Warsaw, Poland” noting that “we are proud to take our African Flavored Ethiopian Hospitality services further to Poland.”

ET says with the launch of this new flight, Warsaw marks Ethiopian Airlines’ 24th destination in Europe and this milestone underscores its “commitment to meeting the growing demand for travel between Africa and Europe, reinforcing our mission to connect people, cultures, and economies across regions.”

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