To increase number of hotels to 20 in five years
Haile Gebreselassie, renowned athlete turned businessman, is building a four-star resort hotel in Arba Minch town, Southern Regional State at a cost of 250 million birr.
In a very dynamic and turbulent global airline industry Ethiopian Airlines has managed to grow fast in the past ten years. Volatile oil price, terrorism, conflict and epidemic out break are the biggest challenges facing airlines.
National flag carrier to invest in Air Djibouti
Africa’s fastest growing airline, Ethiopian Airlines Group, is in final talks with the Government of Zambia to jointly establish a new national airline in Zambia that would be based in Lusaka and serve the Southern African market.
Enel Green Power, a leading European renewable energy developer, has partnered with Orchid Business Group, a well-known Ethiopian investment conglomerate, to develop renewable energy resources in Ethiopia.
Ethiopian Airlines Group yesterday announced that it has fully taken paper out of its business operations.
To commemorate the date Ethiopian Airlines Group CEO Tewolde Gebremariam signed the company’s last paper document approval and burnt down used papers.
A seasoned Ethiopian aviation expert and former director general of the Ethiopian Civil Aviation Authority (ECAA), Tefera Mekonnen, is running for the position of secretary general at the African Civil Aviation Commission (AFCAC), an African Union specialized agency in the field of aviation.
Ethiopia’s first natural gas development project in the Ogaden basin, Somali Regional State, is delayed due to various reasons including complex negotiations with the Djiboutian government on gas pipeline construction to the port of Djibouti.