Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics Services, Africa’s largest network operator, has started two weekly freighter flights today connecting Xiamen with São Paulo and Santiago via Addis Ababa. Ethiopian also plans to commence two weekly freighter flights between Shenzhen and Liège as of February 17, 2023. Ethiopian will deploy B777 Freighter on the new cargo routes
Ethiopian Airlines will be participating in the Freightweek Sustainability Awards 2023, to be held in Istanbul, Turkey. As a company that is dedicated to a sustainability excellence in the global air cargo industry; this nomination is very important to us.
Ethiopian Airlines won “Air Cargo Industry Customer Care Award 2022” for the second time in a row, in recognition of its excellence across a wide range of activities in the global air cargo industry. The award was given virtually during Air Cargo Weeks Award program held in Shanghai on June 15,2022. Qatar Cargo, Saudi Cargo, United Cargo and KLM Air Cargo were among the shortlist of the category.
Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics Services, Africa’s largest network operator, has transported more than 50 million test kits from South Korea to United States and Canada in the first quarter of 2022. Ethiopian operated 61 scheduled flights to transport the 3200 tons of time-sensitive kits directly to US and Canada.
Commenting on the milestone, Mr. Miretab Teklaye, Ethiopian Airlines Country Manager for South Korea said, “We are glad that we earned the trust and confidence of our customers to transport the highly sought after test kits of South Korea to the United States and Canada. Our schedule flexibility and operational excellence were absolutely essential to deliver these time-sensitive shipments on time to their final destinations. We are proud that we are contributing our share in fighting the pandemic”.
Addis Ababa, 08 March 2022
Ethiopian Airlines, Africa’s best airline and winner of multiple global awards, has signed a strategic partnership agreement to jointly commence sea-air multimodal transportation with International Djibouti Industrial Park Operation (IDIPO) and Air Djibouti for an expeditious transportation of goods to Africa.
Based on the agreement, the cargo will be transported from China to Djibouti Free Zone by sea and will be uplifted by air from Djibouti International Airport.
Addis Ababa, 24 December 2021
Ethiopian Airlines, the largest aviation group in Africa, is pleased to announce that it has received IATA’s Center of Excellence for Independent Validators in Pharmaceutical Logistics (CEIV Pharma) certification as an airline and ground handling in December 2021. Ethiopian Airlines is the first airline in Africa to receive the CEIV pharma certification. Achieving this great milestone will further improve our goal in providing efficient & effective transportation of pharmaceuticals throughout our pharma network including Brussels, Shanghai, Johannesburg, Paris, Seoul, Lagos, Lusaka, Beijing, Hong Kong, Maastricht, Chicago & Addis Ababa.
Addis Ababa, 4 September 2021
Ethiopian Airlines Group has transported 50 million doses of vaccine to more than 28 countries across the globe and became the only African carrier to reach such a milestone playing crucial role during this difficult time.
Ethiopian Cargo and Logistics Services, Africa’s largest cargo service provider, has successfully distributed the vaccines to different countries with its technologically equipped facility called ‘Pharma Wing’.
Addis Ababa, 15 July 2021
Ethiopian Airlines Cargo and Logistics Services and Liege Airport have announced that they have renewed their long standing partnership agreement until 2026. Liege Airport, Belgium’s largest cargo airport and the 6th largest cargo airport in Europe, will continue to be Ethiopian Airlines cargo hub serving as a freighter gateway between Africa and Europe for the next five years. Ethiopian Airlines Cargo and Logistics
Ethiopian Airlines Group, the largest Pan-African airline, has become Africa’s top airline in passenger and freight traffic retaining its leadership position in the continent.
According to the African Airlines Association’s (AFRAA) report, Ethiopian has been ranked first by passenger and cargo traffic in 2020. Ethiopian carried 500 thousand tons of freight and 5.5 million passengers through its main hub, Addis Ababa Bole International Airport.