Maun becomes second Ethiopian Airlines’ destination in Botswana

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Ethiopian Airlines Group, one of the fastest-growing global airline brands and Africa’s largest airline, has announced the commencement of services to Maun, its second destination in the Republic of Botswana after Gaborone, as of today 10th, June 2024. The inaugural flight departed from Addis Ababa Bole International Airport (ADD) after a vibrant celebration that brought together officials from the Embassy of Botswana, Government representatives of Botswana, and executives of Ethiopian Airlines among others.

The new thrice weekly service begins operation per the below schedule:

Addis Ababa (ADD) Maun (MUB) Ndola (NLA) Addis Ababa (ADD): on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.

Regarding the commencement of the new service, Ethiopian Airlines Group CEO Mr. Mesfin Tasew said, “Ethiopian Airlines, committed to its Pan-African roots, continues to connect every part of Africa and beyond. Today, we are thrilled to announce that Maun, the tourism capital of Botswana, has joined our vast network. This expansion deepens our presence in Botswana, bringing our award-winning service to a second destination in the country. As we celebrate this new chapter in the socio-economic ties between Botswana and Ethiopia, we extend our heartfelt congratulations to all involved.”

The new route provides convenient and seamless connectivity for travelers from Ethiopia and other parts of Africa to the popular tourist destination of Maun, which is the gateway to the Okavango Delta.

Ethiopian champions a vast intra-Africa network operating to more than 60 destinations in the continent. Ethiopian Airlines managed to establish a convenient intra- Africa and global connections via its main hub in Addis Ababa, playing its part in the growth of the aviation industry in Africa.

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