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Ethiopian, Guangdong Airport Sign MoU to Increase Flight Frequency and Launch New Route


Ethiopian Airlines  signed Cooperative Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Guangdong Airport Authorities in areas of increasing passenger flight frequency, launching new routes and joint promotion of Ethiopia cargo for additional frequency in Guangzhou .

Following the completion of the G20 Summit held in Hangzhou, the 2nd Investing in Africa Forum took place in Guangzhou from September 7 – 8 where Ethiopian Airlines was invited as the most successful African organization.

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Group CEO Ethiopian Airlines, Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam, said, “We are glad to collaborate with Guangdong Airport, which will further increase our presence in China, one of the most vibrant global economies. Our services to and from China have proved an ever growing and multifaceted economic merits both for Africa and China by ensuring swifter connectivity to traders and investor from both points. I would like to thank all who worked hard towards the successful completion of this agreement and look forward to a fruitful partnership with Guangdong Airport.”

The Forum was attended by high level officials both from China and Africa including: South African President Jackob Zuma, Guangdong Province Governor,World Bank President, China Development Bank President, and Dr. Arkebe Oqubay Special Advisor to the Ethiopian Prime Minister.

Ethiopian is currently operating more than 30 weekly flights to and from China.

 

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