Ethiopian Airlines, who are flying regularly again to Malawi into both Lilongwe and Blantyre airports, have launched their Black Friday Flash sale with15% off all bookings departing from London and Manchester to African destinations.
The fantastic sale is only available to online bookings and is valid for sales between 22 & 29 November 2021 and for fights up until 31 March 2022. Find out more on the flyer at the bottom of this article.
As well as this great Flash Sale, Ethiopian Airlines has also announced a relaxed refund and rebooking policy. For ALL tickets issued before 31 December 2021 and for travel up to March 2022, passengers now have unlimited date changes. for these and all other ticjkest these tickets, as well as all other tickets booked up to 31 December 21 for travel until 31 March 22. Have peace of mind in your travel when booking with Ethiopian Airlines and reschedule your flight as many times as you need by contacting the sales offices, Global Call Centre, or the agency in which your ticket was purchased. For tickets originally purchased online, a change request can be performed online.
Ethiopian Airlines Refund policy current stands as the following:
For any travel which was affected by COVID-19 & refundable tickets which were issued on/before December 31,2020; 5 full refund is allowed. Non-refundable tickets issued prior to 31 December 2020 are good for travel only and the journey shall be completed on/before 31 December 2021. For tickets being issued on/after 01 January 2021; refunds & all other related rules will be governed by the fare/system rule. More information is available on the Ethiopian Airlines website.
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