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Ethiopian Airlines Adds Three B787s

International Lease Finance Corporation (ILFC), a wholly owned subsidiary of American International Group, Inc. (NYSE: AIG), announced today that Ethiopian Airlines, one of the...

Boeing Delivers Africa’s First 777 Freighter to Ethiopian Airlines

Boeing today delivered the first 777 Freighter to Ethiopian Airlines marking the first 777F to be operated by an African carrier. Today's 777F is...

Ethiopian Airlines Blazes African Trail

Ethiopian Airlines fleet has grown to become the envy of its neighbors. It recently took delivery of five Boeing 777-200LRs, and it holds orders for 12 Airbus A350-900s and 10 Boeing 787s, putting it well ahead of several “developed world” players

Massive Plunder of African Waters by Foreign Factory Ships

Activists from the Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise today painted four floating fish factory trawlers with "PLUNDER!" The vessels Margiris, Franziska, Dirk Diederik and Willem...

Greenpeace Stops German Trawler Plundering African Waters

Activists onboard a Greenpeace ship have stopped the fishing activities of a massive German trawler by chaining an inflatable boat between the fishing net...

Europeans Continue to Plunder African Waters

On the bridge of the Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise, it is not hard to see what the problem in West African waters is. On...

Ethiopian Airlines Receives Its First of 10 Boeing 737-800s Aircraft

AFRICANGLOBE - Ethiopian Airlines is pleased to announce that it has received its first next-generation Boeing 737-800 with the new Boeing Sky Interior on 22 November 2011. This is the first 737-800 with Boeing Sky Interior of ten to be delivered over the next four years.

Ethiopian Airlines Orders Four Boeing 777 Freighters

Boeing and Ethiopian Airlines today announced an order for four Boeing 777 Freighters, making Ethiopian Airlines the first African carrier to order the twin-engine freighter.

Ethiopian Airlines Rolls Out Ambitious Plan

Ethiopian Airlines has announced a 15 year strategic plan it hopes will see it become the biggest African airline by 2025 by pushing its annual revenue to US$ 10 billion.