Airport’s CEO Leaves for Meqelle

Tewodros Dawit, CEO of Ethiopian Airports.


Airport’s CEO Leaves for Meqelle

Tewodros Dawit, CEO of Ethiopian Airports, has been appointed deputy mayor of Meqelle. Tewodros served at the Ethiopian Airports for 15 years, six of which as CEO after replacing Shiferaw Alemu. He will be working alongside Araya Girmay, the city’s mayor, who was the director general of the Ethiopian Roads Authority between 2015 and 2018. Tewodros delegated Getaneh Adera, director of Bole International Airport, in his position while he was on leave. The expansion project of the Addis Abeba Bole International Airport passenger terminal, which cost 345 million dollars, was one of the biggest undertakings of the organization during Tewodros’s tenure. Ethiopian Airports Enterprise joined Ethiopian Airlines Aviation Group in 2017. Ethiopian Airports administers 23 airports, four of which are international. It is the government office in charge of construction and administration of airports in Ethiopia.


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