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Ethiopian Airlines to become ATTA's new Airline PartnerBy ATTA®
We are delighted to announce that Africa's largest airline, Ethiopian Airlines, is to become our new Airline Partner.
This partnership will not only promote travel to Africa after a tough year during a global pandemic but also will help with opening Ethiopia as one of Africa’s hidden treasures alongside the numerous African destinations on the Ethiopian network. Ethiopian has continued to grow its hub in Addis Ababa and added not only a new terminal in 2020 but also new lounges so passengers can now enjoy a more relaxed and modern transit through Addis Ababa – Bole International Airport.
”Kagnew Fisseha, VP - ET Holidays & IMC commented, “Ethiopian Airlines and ET Holidays are delighted to be working more closely with ATTA and the African Travel Industry and see this as a perfect partnership for promoting tourism during the forthcoming year, which is our 75th Anniversary year. Ethiopian Holidays is the tour operator wing of Ethiopian Airlines, which highlights and promotes the very best of Ethiopian Airlines’ destinations in Ethiopia and across the globe.
Chris Mears, CEO of ATTA® commented “We are delighted that Ethiopian Airlines will be our Lead Airline Partner for the coming two years as we work towards the recovery and growth of tourism to Africa. Partnering with Ethiopian Airlines will allow us host and attend events across the African continent to benefit our members and to reignite the connectivity in African Tourism.