The rescheduled first flight of Ethiopian Airlines to Enugu will be arriving with passengers and a full load of cargo in its belly.
The aircraft will be arriving Enugu on Saturday the 9th of October.
The cheerful news is that the flights will be arriving Enugu with passengers and Cargo. Cargo became the biggest product during the Covid19 Lockdown and is sustaining its upswing in Ethiopian Airlines operations in Nigeria with this flight to Enugu.
Enugu as the fourth station of operation for Ethiopian Airlines is near to Onitsha and Aba the trading hubs of West Africa.
Enugu will serve as a supply hub for goods and passengers going to the major markets of Eastern Nigeria.
According to the Cargo Manager of Ethiopian Airlines in Nigeria Mr. Solomon Mekonnen “We bring in lots of Cargo into Nigeria through the Lagos and Abuja Airports and it will be good to see huge passenger and Cargo in Enugu.”
Ethiopian Airlines had planned to Start Flights to Enugu on the 1st of October but had to put it off to the 9th of October.
As a reward for the support and patience shown by passengers in the South East, Ethiopian Airlines has promised to provide good pricing, along with excellent service on the flights to Enugu so that there will be no need to fly from another Station.
The Flights will be on Saturdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.