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Ethiopian Air information

IATA code ET
Routes 359
Top route Addis Ababa Bole to Addis Ababa Bole
Airports served 131
Top airport Addis Ababa Bole

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7.0 Good
Based on 2,322 reviews

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7.0

Comfort
7.1

Crew
7.6

Entertainment
6.6

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6.6

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Overview of Ethiopian Air

Based in Ethiopia, this airline operates flights to 125 different destinations, with over 100 of them being international. For those that are interested in visiting Europe, you can choose from countries such as Belgium, France, and the Netherlands. If you would rather go to Asia, popular locations include Japan, China, and Indonesia.

Passengers that decide to fly with Ethiopian Air can choose from two different travel classes for their trip: Economy and CloudNine. Economy will provide you with one free piece of checked luggage, a light meal, and complimentary beverages, while CloudNine is comparable to business class and includes a larger baggage allowance, a seat that converts into a bed, gourmet foods, and free alcoholic drinks.

This airline has connections with many companies, such as a strategic partnership with ASKY Airlines, a group that is based in Togo. The company also maintains codeshare agreements with several other airlines, including EgyptAir, Air China, and Air Canada. Additionally, they are a member of Star Alliance, an airline organization that includes Lufthansa and United Airlines.

Ethiopian Air has a fleet that is composed of over 100 aircraft from many different brands, including Airbus, Boeing, and De Havilland. For particularly long flights, the company generally uses the Airbus A350-900, a plane that can fit up to 348 passengers and is spacious. However, the most commonly used aircraft is the Boeing 787-8, an option that has seats for up to 270 passengers and was primarily manufactured for middle-range flights. For shorter trips, the De Havilland Dash 8-400 is the most commonly employed.

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