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Ethiopian Airlines Inaugurates State-Of-The-Art Cargo Terminal-IIBy Ethiopian Airlines
On June 29th 2017 Ethiopian Airlines was delighted to inaugurate its state of the art Cargo Terminal-II.
This momentous inauguration event was graced by H.E. Mr. Hailemariam Desalegn, Prime Minister of the FDRE, H.E. Mr. Ahmed Shide, Minister of Transport and Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam GCEO Ethiopian Airlines together with other high-level government officials and participants of the ICAO Cargo Forum.
H.E. Mr. Hailemariam Desalegn remarked: “Today, the national flag carrier has become the largest aviation Group and the fastest growing airline in Africa unrivalled in efficiency with shining operational excellence. Above all, Ethiopian Airlines has played an important and irreplaceable role in the development of the economy, export and import activities and foreign exchange earnings.”
Mr Tewolde also acknowledged partners who had contributed to the successful completion of the project and remarked: “The new Cargo Terminal-II combined with our existing Terminal-I will give us a total tonnage capacity of around 1 million per annum which is the largest in the continent of Africa.
This milestone will make Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics Services amongst the world’s largest cargo terminals; comparable with cargo terminals in Amsterdam Schiphol, Singapore Changi, or Hong Kong.”
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