According to a statement from the airline’s CEO, Mr. Mesfen Tasew, Ethiopian Airlines carried 13.7 million passengers in its most recent fiscal year.
They announced the start of flights to 7 new locations in addition to restarting the flights that were cancelled during the COVID-19 period.
They claimed that 12 new passenger planes were now in use as a result of the work done to increase the size of the aircraft.
He said that two aeroplanes that had been changed from passenger to cargo duty at the airline’s maintenance and technical division had begun carrying cargo.
Ethiopia’s national flag air carrier Ethiopian Airlines earned 5 billion U.S. dollars in revenue during the the previous fiscal year.
Founded in 1946, Ethiopian Airlines is the largest African air carrier with more than 130 international passenger and cargo destinations across five continents. Ethiopian Airlines is currently implementing a 15-year strategic plan called Vision 2025, which aims to make it become the leading aviation group in Africa.