Friday, March 2, 2012

Ethiopian Airline Cuts its fare by $200

As part of Ethiopia's effort at promoting tourism in its country, the country's national carrier Ethiopian Airline has announced a slash in its fares by $200.
This was made known to journalists and Nigerian tour operators who were on tourism familiarization visit to the country, at the airlines' headquarters in Bole International Airport, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Tuesday.
The manager, Passenger Market Development, Mr Solomon Dawit, who made the disclosure, said the reduction in price was aimed at attracting tourists to the country.
Dawit said that the reduction in price was effective immediately and would only be made available to its passengers who were on tourism visits to the country from across the globe and most especially, Africa.
He added that Ethiopia was working towards ensuring that it became the leading tourist destination in Africa, come 2025.