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Ethiopian Expands Freighter Fleet

ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES announced an order for four Boeing 777 Freighters worth more than $1.3bn at list prices. The deal includes two airframes announced in June as a commitment. “This airplane order will provide Ethiopian’s Cargo & Logistics business with enhanced cargo capacity and better operating economics as we continue to build one of the largest cargo terminals in the world”, said Tewolde GebreMariam, Group CEO of Ethiopian Airlines. “Operating high-performance airplanes such as the 777 Freighter is a reflection of our commitment to expand and support the growing imports and exports of our country and the African continent.”

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