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Ethiopian Airlines Uses Dreamliner On Dublin Route


Dublin Airport had a viewing of the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner on Friday in advance of the new routing beginning on June 20th. Ireland’s first Dreamliner service will connect Addis Ababa to Dublin and Los Angeles.

The super-efficient aircraft uses 20 per cent less fuel and produces 20 per cent less emissions. It will be configured in two classes with 246 seats in economy and 24 Cloud Nine business seats.

Return flights from Addis Ababa will be from €595 and to LAX from €680 three times a week.

Ethiopian Airlines are members of the Star Alliance network. Flymojo boost for Bombardier The Malaysian government has announced plans to launch a new airline next year after signing a letter of intent with Bombardier for 20 new CS100 aircraft.

The airline, which will be called Flymojo, will concentrate on the regional routes from Johor Bahru in the south and Kota Kinabalu in the north. There is also an option for 20 further CS aircraft which are ideal for the 100-149 single-aisle market.