Ethiopian Central/Southern Africa changes from June 2018

Ethiopian from 01JUN18 is adjusting service to Central and Southern Africa, as the airline changes operational routing for Blantyre, Lilongwe, Lubumbashi and Ndola. Planned changes from 01JUN18 as follow.

Addis Ababa – Ndola – Blantyre – Addis Ababa New routing, 1 daily
ET875 ADD0900 – 1205NLA1255 – 1405BLZ1455 – 2005ADD 738 D

ET875 replaces Addis Ababa – Lilongwe – Blantyre – Addis Ababa and Addis Ababa – Lubumbashi – Ndola – Addis Ababa routing. Service to Lilongwe and Lubumbashi will become nonstop service in both direction, instead of 1-stop flight via inbound.

Addis Ababa – Lilongwe
ET877 ADD0950 – 1250LLW 738 D
ET876 LLW1420 – 1920ADD 738 D

Addis Ababa – Lubumbashi
ET871 ADD1000 – 1305FBM 738 D
ET870 FBM1420 – 1925ADD 738 D

In addition, the airline’s service to Goma will also see frequency and routing adjustment. Existing 4 weekly service, including 1 weekly nonstop from Addis Ababa with Dash8-Q400 and 3 weekly 1-stop 737 service via Bujumbura, will be adjusted to Addis Ababa – Entebbe – Goma from 01JUN18, while overall service will increase to 7 weekly. The airline has no traffic rights on Entebbe – Goma sector.

ET338 ADD1000 – 1250EBB1350 – 1340GOM 738 D
ET339 GOM1430 – 1620EBB1710 – 2000ADD 738 D


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