Ethiopian Airlines resumes Cameroon & Saudi Arabia flight routes
As of July 16, Ethiopian Airlines will recommence its flight routes to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia‘s capital and to Jeddah, the country‘s commercial center. This comes after the carrier resumed its passenger flights to Dubai on July 8th as reported by Logistics Update Africa.
Earlier this week the carrier also resumed its intra-African flight routes as it reopened its weekly service to Yaoundé and Duala which will be frequented on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from Addis Ababa to Duala via Yaoundé and back to Addis Ababa. This brings the airline‘s flight route portfolio up to 42 locations currently being served.
As the pandemic recedes in some locations and lingers in others, caution and safety are still regarded as vital priorities to ensuring a successful flight, hence, enhanced safety and health measures are still being implemented across the carrier's flight routes.
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