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Comment from: jumbo [Visitor]

all key posts are hold by these hodam tigres one day you will be stashed in that desert and rocky land of yours….it wont be long

01/04/11 @ 03:12
Comment from: henok [Visitor]

Nice move. Almariam wild cat will criticize even this measure.

01/04/11 @ 05:01
Comment from: kibrom [Visitor]

HAILAI , Gebretsadik is a TPLF name he should not have been there . this clearly shows that he is hired b/c he is TPLF member . now in ethiopia if u don have a TPLF membership card u don get to be hired in any public job .. god bless ethiopia from evil TPLF regime .. no dictator has remmained in power for ever . TPLF will go down one day …

01/04/11 @ 05:33
Comment from: kurubel [Visitor]

Hey Death to Weyane,

What do you know about plane anyways. You don’t even have a healthy camel in your fake state called” Eritrea. You should mine your own stupid camels instead of our big business. Listen that is for Ethiopia okay?

01/04/11 @ 10:26
Comment from: [Member]

they all are tplf..whats new? hailay..teklu..etc…

01/04/11 @ 11:13
Comment from: Getachew [Visitor]  

i wish when Mongitu was in power said ‘mikegna yewodmal’so that you would ask yor self a dought for your thinking,we will never forget what derg did to our poor people of ethiopia and also tegentay wonbede get out of our business,we will keep going.

01/04/11 @ 11:18
Comment from: zi [Visitor]

Where is terminal 1? hopefully not in TIGRAY. I don’t think this is a good move for EAL.

01/04/11 @ 14:01
Comment from: semyeleshe [Visitor]

The more you say negative things about tigres the more you empower them. I don’t understand why all this people are hating on tigres I mean the government in place is not worse than previous ones. And if I’m labeled as a cadre or woyane for saying this so be it, cause at the end of the day it’s better to be called a woyane than “serafete”

01/04/11 @ 14:49
Comment from: Animal [Visitor]

The airport has two terminals with a total of 12 gates. Terminal 1 has 4 gates and Terminal 2 has 7 gates.Is it 11 or 12?

01/04/11 @ 16:22
Comment from: [Member]

jumbo, kibrom, Debteraw9…what are you really saying?? Tigreans are not Ethiopian and should not hold any higher posts? I think most of them are not holding their current positions not because of their ethnic group alone, rather capability and I would prefer them for running it efficiently.
Animal: According to a 2009 report, with the two terminals the airport has total 11 gates out of which 5 gates is of Terminal 1 and 6 gates of Terminal 2. We need some updates here.
zi:It is all clearly stated that both Terminals we are talking about are at the ADD location and I do not know why are you splitting hair?

01/04/11 @ 21:17
Comment from: YNEG [Visitor]


01/04/11 @ 21:25
Comment from: Wey hagere [Visitor]
Wey hagere

Nazretoch, why you guys post day to day activity of EAL & the airport, I know EAL is the only company the country is proud of, but, there are other companies (governmental or non governmental) in the country whose news matter to the regular people more than just the change of terminals or disputes between flight crew and thier bosses.

Good job on your choice of person of the year.

01/04/11 @ 22:11
Comment from: Dallas [Visitor]


You are paying too much attention to too many ignorant, stupid, idiots and blind haters. I know it is hard to ignore when you read many nonsensical comments, but give it a try.

01/06/11 @ 03:13
Comment from: Dallas [Visitor]


“Ye Gib chikul kend yineksal”
I am certain that you are familiar to the proverb indicated above.
Instead of rushing to criticize others, why don’t you read the news carefully? I copied and pasted the news for your information below, so please read it again.

The airport has two terminals with a total of 12 gates. Terminal 1 has 5 gates and Terminal 2 has 7 gates. Bole International is served by bmi, Egypt Air, Emirates, KLM, Kenya Airways, Lufthansa, Sudan Airways, Saudi Arabian Airlines, Turkish Airlines and Yemenia. It is one of the busiest airports in Africa with 3,497,847 passengers recorded in 2009

01/06/11 @ 03:24
Comment from: semyeleshe [Visitor]

Thanks for the support

01/06/11 @ 12:14

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