June 27, 2019: In line with the Vision 2025, Ethiopian Airlines has added 10th B777 freighter to its fleet recently. The airline has recently taken the delivery of its first B737-800 freighter, the first of its kind in the Ethiopian Cargo fleet mix.
Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics Services is planning expansion of its Addis Ababa Cargo Terminal-II facility, which opened in July 2018, to accommodate 1.2 million tonnes per year from 350,000 tonnes at present.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Ethiopian Took Delivery of its 10th B777 Freighter. Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics Services serves over 55 international dedicated freighter destinations in 6 continents. With more freighters on order, it is set to further catalyze the continent's Economic growth. <a href="https://t.co/GoRhxzjUqr">pic.twitter.com/GoRhxzjUqr</a></p>— Ethiopian Airlines (@flyethiopian) <a href="https://twitter.com/flyethiopian/status/1143816350495907840?ref_src=twsrc^tfw">June 26, 2019</a></blockquote>
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Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics Services serves over 55 international dedicated freighter destinations in 6 continents and over 120 destinations on belly-hold services.
Africa's largest airline has seen its freighter fleet grow rapidly over the last decade, evolving from two leased MD-11Fs to an inventory of ten new Boeing 777 freighters.