Ethiopian Airlines to fly to Copenhagen and Atlanta starting in May
Ethiopian Airlines announced that it will operate a new route linking Addis Ababa and Atlanta (United States) starting May 16.
The route will operate four weekly frequencies, with a 50-minute stopover in Dublin, on Boeing 787-9 aircraft.
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The airline also announced that it will launch a new passenger service between Addis Ababa and Copenhagen (Denmark) from May 22, its 21st destination in Europe.
The route will operate five weekly frequencies on Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft, capable of carrying 315 passengers.
The company began service to Copenhagen in November 1999, but the flight was suspended some four years later.
Today, Ethiopian Airlines operates more than 130 international passenger and cargo destinations.
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