Ethiopian Airlines to Manage New Tourist Destinations

Ethiopian Airlines, Ethiopia's national carrier and Africa's leading airline, announced a new partnership with the Prime Minister's Office to manage upcoming tourist destinations under the "Dine for Ethiopia" initiative.

The agreement, signed in Addis Ababa, tasks Ethiopian Skylight Hotel, a subsidiary of Ethiopian Airlines Group, with operating four new lodges: Chebera Churchura Elephant Paw Lodge, Halala Kella Lodge, Gorgora Ecolodge, and Wonchi EcoLodge.

This collaboration aims to leverage Ethiopian Airlines’ experience in the hospitality industry to enhance the overall tourist experience in Ethiopia. The lodges cater to various interests:

  • -Chebera Churchura Elephant Paw Lodge offers luxury accommodations and opportunities to observe African elephants.
  • -Halala Kella Lodge, situated in a scenic location, provides a tranquil escape for nature enthusiasts with activities like hiking and bird watching.
  • -Gorgora Ecolodge highlights the unique topography and pleasant weather of the Gorgora area.
  • -Wonchi EcoLodge serves as a base for exploring breathtaking views and enjoying outdoor adventures.

Ethiopian Airlines Group CEO Mesfin Tasew commented on the partnership’s significance, stating, “Tourism and air transport services are closely related industries. In addition to its core business, Ethiopian Airlines has actively promoted tourism in Ethiopia. We are delighted to collaborate with the Prime Minister’s Office to elevate the hospitality experience.”

This agreement is seen as a significant development for Ethiopia’s tourism sector, potentially strengthening the country’s position as a top destination for international travelers. It combines Ethiopian Airlines’ established hospitality standards with the unique offerings of these new lodges, aiming to provide visitors with an unforgettable experience that showcases Ethiopia’s natural beauty, rich culture, and welcoming atmosphere.

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