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Ethiopian Airlines, the fastest growing African airline, started services to Semerain the Afar Regional State located in the North Eastern part of Ethiopia, starting from December 14, 2013. There will be three flights a weekusing Ethiopian Q – 400 Bombardier aircraft on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
The Afar region is well known for its early hominid fossil finds including ‘Lucy’, an Australopithecus afarensis, discovered in 1974, who lived about 3.2 million years ago.
With the region’s growing mining and tourism industry, passengers from the Afar region, as well as Ethiopian’s extensive network in five continents, especially business and leisure travelers from Toronto and Washington DC making transfer flights to Semera, will be able to enjoy asmooth and hassle- free travel experience, the Airline said in its press release.
Ethiopian Regional Services is one of the seven strategic business units of Ethiopian Airlines Group and was established per its Vision 2025 strategic roadmap with a view to cater to the growing domestic and regional travel needs.
Ethiopian has also started to serve Singapore, the Airline’s 78th international destination, with the introduction of three weekly flights from Addis Ababa via Bangkok Suvarnabhumi. The first flight on the 7,270kmtriptook place on December third, and was operated by a 767-300. Tewolde Gebremariam, CEO of Ethiopian, said: “Singapore is a major and preferred gateway to Asia and Australia. That is why we have decided to make Singapore our main strategic point of access to the Oceania market and its huge Ethiopian and African Diaspora community by availing excellent connectivity options through our code-share agreement with fellow Star Alliance member, Singapore Airlines. Our flights to Singapore will also greatly contribute to the strengthening of trade, investment, and tourism ties between a booming Africa and a highly developed, innovative, and business-friendly Singapore”.