Ethiopian Airlines S14 Operation Changes as of 31JAN14

As per 31JAN14 GDS timetable/inventory display, selected changes to Ethiopian Airlines’ long-haul operation in Northern Summer 2014 season as follow. Additional changes will be reported in the coming weeks.

Addis Ababa – Delhi – Hangzhou Delhi – Hangzhou sector cancelled from 30MAR14. Delhi operation switches from Boeing 767 to 757 on daily basis
ET686 ADD0015 – 0850DEL 757 D
ET687 DEL0230 – 0710ADD 757 D

Addis Ababa – Rome – Milan Malpensa Boeing 757 replaces 767 on following periods: 04APR14 – 23APR14, 25APR14 – 30APR14, 02MAY14
Addis Ababa – Vienna – Stockholm eff 01JUN14 NEW ET service to Vienna, which continues to Stockholm on daily basis
ET714 ADD0020 – 0610VIE0730 – 0940ARN 763 x234
ET714 ADD0020 – 0610VIE0730 – 0940ARN 757 234

ET715 ARN2000 – 2210VIE2310 – 0710+1ADD 763 x234
ET715 ARN2000 – 2210VIE2310 – 0710+1ADD 757 234

ET does not have local traffic rights on Vienna – Stockholm sector.

Edit: As of 01FEB14, Ethiopian Airlines has removed Addis Ababa – Vienna – Stockholm schedule. Please refer to this report on 01FEB14/

Previously reported changes:
Addis Ababa – Shanghai Pu Dong NEW daily Boeing 787 service from 29MAR14


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