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Comment from: Abyssinian [Visitor]

I have said it before, and I will say it again, Ethiopian is trying to do too much too quickly. The last time I said this was when they decided to go to South America.They already have like a 50% (if not more), stake in another West African airline whose name I can’t remember.

Invest the money in quality assurance, better training and marketing for existing routes and destinations which are now quite a few.


10/06/13 @ 21:23
Comment from: Gragn Ahmed [Visitor]
Gragn Ahmed

I applaud this move but Open University? Is that Wayane University? Anyways, the guy looks vibrant and it will open pathway for equitable Ethiopia.

10/06/13 @ 21:29
Comment from: Kassim geresu [Visitor]
Kassim geresu

Oh this is bad News for the diaspora… Where is the bad news
Diaspora need bad news yo yo yo

10/06/13 @ 21:34
Comment from: Zee [Visitor]

Good job Ethiopia.

10/06/13 @ 22:36
Comment from: Ali Roble [Visitor]
Ali Roble

Bravo Kassim! Well done bro and keep conquering the white man`s business world along withe other hard-working colleagues of the iconic EA.

10/06/13 @ 22:49
Comment from: Seattle [Visitor]

@Abyssinian [Visitor],
That is called pre-emptive strike. Get there before your competitor. I like the idea of ETHIOPIAN being one step ahead of the “cash flooded” competing airlines like EMIRATES and QATAR or any up-and-coming airlines from the East. I don’t discount your suggestion on investing on quality and customer service but that should go in tandem with growth
In this dog-eat-dog world of Airlines business, you need to have some kind of advantage on your competitor to survive.
Kudos to Ethiopians Airlines to have a vision to know where the future business growths are!

10/07/13 @ 01:31
Comment from: Tamrat Tamrat [Visitor]
Tamrat Tamrat

Bravo Ethiopian!!

As an ethiopian it is wonderfull News.

I think a Malawi Citizen wont be excited by this agreament. First he criticizes for his native profesionals not taking the busienss by them selves in the first Place. And if it has to involve foreigners then he wishes that the percnetaage should be as low as possible. this is human nature.

But the pain is when Effor-tigray owns 75% of oromya Natural coal while Opdo owns 25%. This makes People seak. Tigrians wont understand this. they dont even want to acknowladge how tigra-plf misused its Power to empower Effor-tigray while the others bitten on heads!

10/07/13 @ 07:34
Comment from: Asteway [Visitor]

A talented person and the right man for the job.Congra for both Mr. Kassim and ET.
And all of you out there (making comments) twisting politics with business just grow up and choose you battles, if you know what i mean.

10/07/13 @ 10:10
Comment from: alem [Visitor]

Guys, forget about Ethiopian share on Malawian. The best part, an Ethiopian CEO for a foreign airlines.

10/07/13 @ 11:54
Comment from: Danga [Visitor]
5 stars

Well done Ethiopian, Fly high to great length and shine on African sky.
From Class of 22 (EMTS)

a word of advise to Kassim Geresu,

Please find for the definition of Diaspora in any of your choice of english dictionary.

The Term Diaspora dose not mean being anti- Ethiopia or its current ruling government. No offens bro.

10/07/13 @ 15:10
Comment from: Akal [Visitor]

Mr./Ms. Abyssinian

A little read on airline business may help change your mind. This is very common in airline business. Just read what Etihad, Emirates, and even the likes of Meridiana of Italy are doing in Africa.


10/07/13 @ 17:19
Comment from: Geresu [Visitor]
5 stars

good job uncle.

10/07/13 @ 19:32
Comment from: Turbo [Visitor]

It was Oromo man Girma Wake who has over seen the success of Ethiopian Air lines before he was forced out by woyanes. When he was in charge the EA grew by 25% annually.
So I wonder why they send another talented Oromo man who could have benefited Ethiopian Air Lines at home. Possibly they might have been intimidated by his potential to lead the comany at home. Some thing is fishy.

10/09/13 @ 17:41
Comment from: Asteway [Visitor]


Oh my friend Abyssinian [Visitor] you have so much to learn. I suggest a little more reading than commenting.

10/10/13 @ 23:47

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