Ethiopian Airlines Planned Boeing 787 Operations in Sep 2012

As per 03SEP12 GDS inventory display, Ethiopian Airlines’ revised Boeing 787 operation for the month of September 2012 as follows. Revised 787 operation sees the Dreamliner making one-time appearance to additional 15 cities* in its network.

Planned operations

Addis Ababa – Bamako – Dakar 14SEP12
Addis Ababa – Cairo – Stockholm 19SEP12 (20SEP12 from ARN/CAI)
Addis Ababa – Cotonou – Abidjan 12SEP12
Addis Ababa – Dar es Salaam – Lilongwe – Addis Ababa 11SEP12
Addis Ababa – Dubai ET600/601 on 07SEP12, 13SEP12, 18SEP12 (DXB departure on 08SEP12, 14SEP12, 19SEP12)
Addis Ababa – Entebbe – Kigali 08SEP12
Addis Ababa – Frankfurt 06SEP12
Addis Ababa – Jeddah ET402/403 on 06SEP12
Addis Ababa – Johannesburg 04SEP12
Addis Ababa – Lome 05SEP12
Addis Ababa – Milan Malpensa – Brussels 09SEP12 (10SEP12 from BRU/MXP)
Addis Ababa – Mumbai 07SEP12 (08SEP12 from BOM)
Addis Ababa – N’Djamena 09SEP12
Addis Ababa – Pointe Noire 12SEP12
Addis Ababa – Rome – London Heathrow – Addis Ababa 17SEP12
Addis Ababa – Tel Aviv 15SEP12 (16SEP12 from TLV)

From 20SEP12, Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 787 to operate Addis Ababa – Rome – Washington Dulles – Addis Ababa on daily basis, replacing Boeing 777-200LR aircraft (previously reported).

*Milan, Stockholm, Brussels, Cairo, Cotonou, Kigali, Bamako, Dakar, Pointe Noire, Tel Aviv, Dar es Salaam, Lilongwe, N’Djamena, Rome* and London Heathrow**. Except London Heathrow, the Boeing 787 will make its debut to other 14 cities for the First time
**Previously reported

Planned Boeing 787 remains subject to change, which last-minute aircraft change to other type remains highly possible.

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