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Ethiopian Airlines Begins Service From Addis Ababa To Kilimanjaro

posted Dec 6, 2010, 3:33 AM by Elaine Bell
Aviator.aero Daily News - 3 DEC 2010
 
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Republic Airways Holdings (US) reports November 2010 traffic increased 4 percent to 1.62 billion revenue passenger miles, while capacity increased 1 percent to 2.08 billion available seat miles. Source_1

Ethiopian Airlines begins service from Addis Ababa to Kilimanjaro effective 03 December. Source_1

Kenya Airways starts flying between Nairobi and Nambula in Mozambique, carrier’s 43rd destination in Africa and 51st destination worldwide, consistent with strategy to connect Africa capitals to Nairobi, says chairman Evanson Mwaniki. Source_1

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