Ethiopian Airlines re-opens Los Angeles bookings from mid-Dec 2018; Dublin changes

Ethiopian Airlines on mid-day Wednesday (17OCT18) re-opened reservations for service to Los Angeles for travel on/after 16DEC18, after the airline removed reservations and schedule listing on/after 16DEC18. From 16DEC18, the Star Alliance carrier will continue to serve Addis Ababa – Dublin – Los Angeles route 4 times a week, with 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft.

Upon re-opening reservation, the airline does not have local traffic rights on Dublin – Los Angeles sector.

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Separately, with the initial service adjustment on Addis Ababa – Dublin – Los Angeles, ET from 15DEC18 will extend 4 weekly Addis Ababa – Madrid sector to Dublin, on board 787-8 aircraft. ET does not have local traffic rights on Madrid – Dublin sector.

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ASM 25 YEAR ANNIVERSARY TRAINING EVENT – LONDON 4-5 DECEMBER

ASM PurpleASM is hosting a special training event in December to mark its 25th anniversary in route development. The two-day event will play host to an impressive line-up of senior airline, airport and Industry speakers around the theme of 'If route development was perfect, what would it look like?'. 

Speakers include:

  • Gabriel Schmilovich Isgut, director network strategy, Vueling
  • Leon Verhallen, head of aviation development, Brussels Airport 
  • Laurie Berryman, former meneral manager UK and Ireland, Emirates.

Delegates will have the opportunity to network, socialise and discuss their opportunities with the respective speakers throughout the event.

Places are limited so please click on the following link to find out more details and book your place on what promises to be a fantastic conversation.

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