Ethiopian Airlines

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A new Ethiopian Boeing 787 at Frankfurt Airport.
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Ethiopian Airlines is an airline based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. It is the national airline of Ethiopia, operating scheduled international passenger and freight services to 80 destinations world-wide, as well as domestic services to 28 destinations and passenger and cargo charter flights. Its main hub is Bole International Airport, Addis Ababa.[1]

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Ethiopian Airlines began on December 29, 1945. It was set up by the governments of France, the United Kingdom and United States. The government of Ethiopia later took control of the airline. It has grown to become the largest airline in that country.

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  1. Flight International 3 April 2007