Fly with Ethiopian Airlines
Ethiopian Airlines (Ethiopian) is the flag carrier of Ethiopia. During the past sixty five plus years, Ethiopian has become one of the continent‟s leading carriers, unrivalled in Africa for efficiency and operational success, turning profits for almost all the years of its existence.
Operating at the forefront of technology, the airline has also become one of Ethiopia‟s major industries and a veritable institution in Africa. It commands a lion‟s share of the pan African network including the daily and double daily east-west flight across the continent. Ethiopian currently serves 72 international destinations operating the newest and youngest fleets.
- As an airline, safety is our first priority.
- ET is a high performance and learning organization.
- We are an equal opportunity employer
- We treat internal and external customers the way we would want to be treated
Frequent Flyer Programme:
ShebaMiles is Ethiopian’s Frequent Flyer Program. As a member of ShebaMiles, members accumulate miles which will entitle them to award tickets, award upgrades, access to executive lounges, additional free baggage allowance and many other privileges. The more they fly the higher the benefits. Since December 2011, ShebaMiles has a frequent flyer program partnership agreement with over 27 airlines including all the Star Alliance member airlines and over 10 non-airline partners (hotels, restaurants, shopping centers etc…) where members have the privilege to earn and redeem miles whenever they use the services of these partners. To find more please go to ShebaMiles.
Passenger Airport Terminal:
The Addis Ababa Bole international Airport is the major hub for Ethiopian Airlines and one of the largest airports in Africa. The ultra-modern airport terminal was inaugurated on January 21, 2003. This spacious terminal handles all international flights with its 21st century facilities.
Addis Airport is the busiest airport in East Africa with a capacity of providing a world class passenger and cargo services to more than 6.5 million international and domestic passengers each year.