Ethiopian S17 operation changes as of 25NOV16

Ethiopian Airlines in the last 24-48 hours gradually updated planned Summer 2017 operations, effective from 26MAR17. As of 25NOV16, planned operation changes as follow.

Addis Ababa – Dublin – Los Angeles Increase from 3 to 4 weekly from 05JUN17, Boeing 787-8 operation
Addis Ababa – Frankfurt Airbus A350-900XWB replaces 777-200LR from 26MAR17, daily service
Addis Ababa – Lome – Newark Increase from 4 to 5 weekly from 05JUN17, Boeing 787-8 operation
Addis Ababa – Lome – Sao Paulo Guarulhos Planned increase from 3 to 4 weekly to commence on 30MAR17, Boeing 787-8 operation
Addis Ababa – Moroni All 3 weekly flights will be operating nonstop in both direction from 03JUN17, replacing Dar es Salaam stop
Addis Ababa – Paris CDG – Brussels Flight increase from 5 to 7 weekly, to be introduced from 01JAN17, will be maintained on/after 25MAR17

Addis Ababa – Singapore Previously reported, ET will resume service to Singapore from 01JUN17 on daily basis, with Boeing 787-8
ET638 ADD0030 – 1515SIN 788 D
ET639 SIN0045 – 0630ADD 788 D

Addis Ababa – Stockholm Arlanda – Oslo Ethiopian will begin 4 weekly flights from 26MAR17 with Boeing 787-8. Oslo is a new service for the airline, while Stockholm becomes nonstop service in both direction
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ET715 OSL1945 – 2050ARN2150 – 0620+1ADD 788 x246

Service increases to 5 weekly (Day x13/x24) from 30MAY17

Addis Ababa – Vienna – Milan Malpensa Service to Vienna remains unchanged at 4 weekly level, however Milan will increase to 7 weekly (ET also operate 3 weekly via Rome)
ET724 ADD0025 – 0550VIE0650 – 0830MXP 788 x246
ET725 MXP2030 – 2210VIE2310 – 0620+1ADD 788 x246

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