Addis Ababa, 28 November 2022 (TDI): Ethiopian Airlines has announced its intentions to double its fleet to 270 planes by 2030. The airline has set up a vision name, “Vision 2035” under which it seeks to double the number of its planes & other services for its customers.

Additionally, they are to add more cities to their networks, summing their destination network to 200. The aim to ensure that they provide the best services to their customers in people has been the goal of Ethiopian Airlines.

Becoming More Profitable

Seeking to become more profitable, Mesfin Tasew, CEO of Ethiopian Airlines, said ” In vision 2035, we have aimed to nearly double the number of destinations that we will be flying by increasing the number from 131 to 207.

Aiming to maximize the profit they have planned to expand about 65 million passengers and 3 million tons of cargo from each station as that has been the plan for Ethiopia Airlines. We aim to generate 25 billion USD revenue.”

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The aim to promote these services has been described as a blessing to the airline company in Africa. Ethiopia has been one of the most financially stable countries on the continent when it comes to airlines. Ethiopian Airlines have served so many purposes both domestic and international.

Also, Tasew said, the airline is actively looking at new Airbus and Embraer groups of aircraft to close the gap between its Boeing 737 and the De Havilland Dash 8-400 aircraft. It is said to be able to accommodate more fleets when set into operation.

Promoting Cost-effectiveness

To ensure that they maintain a good cost-effective plan they are looking at the number of aircraft Ethiopia operate with and the size of each fleet.

Final Evaluation and Decisions to be Made

Ethiopia will make a final decision on what exactly its fleets growth will entail in the coming months. There is a high expectation for them to be able to get the plan working for the rest of the countries in the region.