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Ethiopian Airlines (ET), a Star Alliance member airline is the fastest growing Airline in Africa.  In its operations in the past nearly seven decades, Ethiopian has become one of the continent’s leading carriers, unrivalled in efficiency and operational success.  

The airline operates the youngest and most modern fleet of 76 aircraft to more than 90 international destinations across five continents including ultra-modern and environmentally friendly aircraft Boeing 787 Dreamliner on its daily non-stop London Heathrow to Addis Ababa route with convenient onward connections to over 50 destinations on the African continent including Lilongwe and Blantyre.  For further information visit www.ethiopianairlines.com or call 0800 016 3449 (UK).

From EU Flights are also available from/to Brussels, Dublin, Frankfurt, Madrid, Milan, Paris, Rome, Stockholm and Vienna.

ET has acquired 49% share in Malawian Airlines that enables it to offer flexible itinerary options within Malawi and to neighboring African countries. 

Airline’s baggage allowance from U.K includes 2 pieces of 23kgs (economy class) and 3 pieces of 23kgs (business class) with a further 1 piece of 7kgs hand baggage allowance. Passengers are able to check-in online, pre-reserve their preferred seats, order meals and enjoy traditional Ethiopian hospitality by its friendly crew. 

Boeing 787 Dreamliner flights between Heathrow to Addis Ababa offer:
Business Class
Total seats:- 24
Configuration:- 2/2/2
Seat pitch: 65”
Seat recline:- Angled lie flat seats. 
In-flight entertainment: 15.4 inch back seat screens, 85 channels, on-demand Audio and Video services.
Total seats:- 246
Configuration:- 3/3/3
Seat pitch: 32”
In-flight entertainment: 8.9 inch back seat screens, 80 channels, on-demand Audio and Video services .
Winner of several awards including:
·  SKYTRAX award for “Best Airline Staff Service in Africa 2013
· Passengers Choice Award for “Best Airline in Africa 2013, 2014, 2015”.
To download the Ethiopian Airlines fact sheet document please click here