[NEWS] MST - Ethiopian Airlines Cargo

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[NEWS] MST - Ethiopian Airlines Cargo

Postby MST-Aviation » 29 Jun 2016, 11:16

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Re: [NEWS] MST - Ethiopian Airlines Cargo

Postby Limburgwiki » 06 Aug 2016, 08:47

ET will be back soon.

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Re: [NEWS] MST - Ethiopian Airlines Cargo

Postby edmond » 06 Aug 2016, 11:49

Is this definitely or are they again playing a game to get permission somewhere else

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Re: [NEWS] MST - Ethiopian Airlines Cargo

Postby Thomvp » 15 Aug 2016, 11:13

When are they coming back?

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Re: [NEWS] MST - Ethiopian Airlines Cargo

Postby Acid-drop » 24 Aug 2016, 11:58

why are they coming back ?

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Re: [NEWS] MST - Ethiopian Airlines Cargo

Postby Lakenees » 29 Aug 2016, 20:14

What is your definition of soon?

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Re: [NEWS] MST - Ethiopian Airlines Cargo

Postby Siem » 30 Aug 2016, 11:04

Guys, please be patient. I am curious about all new developments too, but the news topics keep clogging up with questions when? If anything is known it will be shared here.

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Re: [NEWS] MST - Ethiopian Airlines Cargo

Postby Lakenees » 04 Nov 2016, 16:04

Flight aware still shows flight et3501 from JFK to MST but I guess this won't happen untill full length of the runway can be used?

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Re: [NEWS] MST - Ethiopian Airlines Cargo

Postby cargolouk » 04 Nov 2016, 20:29

There is no sign from ET 3501 on FR
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Re: [NEWS] MST - Ethiopian Airlines Cargo

Postby Lakenees » 04 Nov 2016, 23:05

Google ET3501 and you will find it

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Postby cargolouk » 05 Nov 2016, 15:20

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Re: [NEWS] MST - Ethiopian Airlines Cargo

Postby nickerd » 18 Mar 2017, 09:37

I done't know if this means something, but on the site says this:


Ever since the first cargo charter operation launched to Nairobi in 1946, Ethiopian Cargo Service has been growing. In order to satisfy this growing cargo transportation demand, Ethiopian Cargo gives scheduled services as well as charter operations depending on your need. Ethiopian stretches its wing to Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia.

ET-CGO-Network.jpg

Ethiopian Cargo serves the increasing export demand out of the country by transporting perishable flowers and vegetables to Europe through its HUB in Liege, Belgium and Maastricht

Ethiopian Cargo also carries vegetable and chilled meat to the Middle East using its freighter flights

Its network links Africa to the rest of the world by transporting different finished products, pharmaceuticals, house hold goods and personal effects via its HUB in Addis Ababa.

Ethiopian Cargo service network includes:
Africa(21) - - Lagos, Kano, Lome, Accra, Ouagadougou, N'Djamena, Bamako, Dakar, Brazzaville, Bujumbura, Kigali, Kinshasa, Juba, Entebbe, Lusaka, Harere, Lilongwe, Johannesburg, Nairobi,Enugu, and Khartoum;
Gulf, Middle East and Asia(12) - Jeddah, Riyadh, Dubai, Sharjah, Beirut, Mumbai, New Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Guangzhou;
Europe (3) - Liege, Brussels and Istanbul;
Ethiopian Cargo covers the African continent as well as Europe, Asia and the Middle East with its freighter network.

https://www.ethiopianairlines.com/corpo ... le/network

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Postby Chinaglapy » 05 Feb 2022, 19:03

BEIRUT Reuters – An Ethiopian Airlines plane with 90 people on board crashed into the Mediterranean sea shortly after taking off from Beirut international airport in the early hours of Monday, the Lebanese transport minister said.
The Boeing 737-800 disappeared off the radar some five minutes after taking off at 2:37 a.m. 0037 GMT during a thunder storm and heavy rain, airport sources said. It was heading for Addis Ababa.
"The crash site has been identified three-and-a-half km two miles west of the coastal village of Naameh," Aridi told reporters at the airport.
He said search and rescue operations were under way but declined to give further details. He said it was too early to say what caused the crash but confirmed the plane took off in stormy weather.
An investigation into the cause was under way, Aridi added.
Eight-three passengers and seven crew were aboard, Aridi said. Fifty-four were Lebanese, 22 Ethiopian, two were British and there were also Canadian, Russian, French, Iraqi and Syrian nationals.
Witnesses said Lebanese army patrol boats were searching a small area off Naameh, which lies 10 km six miles south of Beirut. Aridi said the authorities had requested help from U.N. peacekeepers and some neighboring countries.
A police spokeswoman in the nearby island of Cyprus told Reuters that a Cypriot police helicopter had headed to the crash scene to help the search for survivors.
A spokesman for the British military stationed in Cyprus said they were on standby to provide assistance and that there were two U.N. helicopters on the scene.
According to one source, residents on the coast saw a "ball of fire" crashing off Naameh.
Senior Lebanese officials and some family members of the passengers headed to Rafik Hariri International Airport after news of the crash. The plane had flown in from Addis Ababa earlier in the night, airport sources said.
State-owned Ethiopian Airlines, which could not immediately be reached for comment, has positioned itself as a major player in international air traffic in Africa and has recently expanded its Asian network.
It has regular flights to Lebanon, catering for business clients and the hundreds of Ethiopians who work there as domestic helpers.
Last Friday the airline announced an order for 10 of Boeings Next-Generation 737-800s for a total price of 767 million.
Additional reporting by Michele Kambas in Nicosia; editing by Robin Pomeroy


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