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Does the Airline make profit flying to Freetown? If no, then no need to fly.
I am assuming no enough planes was the polite way of saying no to the ambassador.
The bottom line is Ethiopian Airlines is in a profit making business not a charity organization.
Better watch out EAL! As the saying goes, “The higher they climb, the harder they fall". Great caution is needed when operating in a highly volatile airline industry. EAL is trying to become the salt & pepper of Africa. The main purpose of any carrier is to make as much profit and remain competitive. Not to be allover the place & lose control. Learn from the world’s finest airlines that gone bust in recent years. EAL is no exception if it doesn’t play its cards right.
Spirit of Africa ብላችሁ Spirit ሆናችሁ እንዳትቀሩ እያልን ያለንበት ሁነታ ነው ያለው። :P
It’s a good idea! We are going to request also for Liberia.
I am Proude of Ethiopian Airlines. It it an African icon. Go Ethiopian Go.
Let the decision be an Ethiopian Airlines managers. do you have any fact on hand do decide on their behalf???
it’s not Ethiopian Airlines any more, its Weyane Airlines. most of the staff are tigrai-tigrenya hamtsi-hamtsa is the language in the cabin, the leadership replaced by tigres, the profit is going to EFFORT bank called Wegagen bank where no auditing takes place, all looted, laundered money passes through, you guys still think EAL belongs to Ethiopia.
The country needs hard currency. so if they lease lands for next to nothing, flying to freetown may bring the country a better dollar than leasing a Green Gold Land for next to nothing zero value. Flying high might be a good thing for the flying flag.
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