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Article from BTNews 20 OCTOBER 2014

Dublin to Los Angeles by Ethiopian

Ethiopian Airlines has succeeded in gaining fifth freedom traffic right through Dublin and will introduce a three times per week service from the Irish capital to Los Angeles in June 2015.  The service will start at Addis Ababa and will use the US customs and immigration facilities at Dublin Airport.  Passengers from the UK provinces can also join the flight using the Stobart Air – Aer Lingus Regional services saving a trip through Heathrow or a continental gateway.
 
It is a double win for Ethiopian who will also market the Dublin – Addis Ababa sector, expected to prove popular with both tourists and business travellers.
 
Schedules and fares will be announced during World Travel Market 2014 next month.
 
With the addition of Dublin, the airline’s 11th European city and Los Angeles, its fourth point in the Americas, Ethiopian’s international network will cover 85 destinations across five continents.  The airline claims to operate the youngest fleet in Africa with an average of less than seven years and currently serving 83 international destinations across five continents with over 200 daily departures.   www.flyethiopian.com

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