Ethiopian bellyhold to connect West Africa with Los Angeles

Ethiopian Airlines is to offer three-times-a-week direct passenger flights connecting Western Africa with the US West Coast when it alters the routeing on one of its services in December.
The Addis Ababa-based carrier’s ultra-long haul Boeing 787 Dreamliner flights from its home base to Los Angeles will make a stop at Lome in Togo from December 17. 
Ethiopian also confirmed that it would begin flying to Dublin via Madrid on December 15, once again three times a week.

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