Ethiopian Resumes Flights to 40 Destinations

Jul 13 , 2020

Ethiopian Airlines resumed service to Dubai, furthering its ending of the lockdown and its opening for leisure travelers as of July 8, 2020. Djibouti has also announced that it will end its lockdown on July 17, and Ethiopian will resume normal service to Djibouti as of the ending date of the lockdown, according to the company. These resumptions will bring the total number of destinations served by Ethiopian to 40. "As countries continue to open up their airports for passenger arrival, Ethiopian will announce a list of these destinations in due course," read the statement from the airline. The company made face masks mandatory for travel and requests that travellers satisfy destination entry requirements such as health certificates and health declaration forms.


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