About Ethiopian Airlines (ET) Reservations
Solely owned by the Government of Ethiopia, Ethiopian Airlines was founded on December 21, 1945. Its first operational flight took off on 8 April 1946 to Cairo. It flagged its international flights in 1951. Formerly known as Ethiopian Air lines, it changed its name to Ethiopian Airlines in 1965 when the firm became a share company. The airlines has its headquarters at Bole International Airport in Addis Ababa.
Ethiopian Airlines has a flyer program known as Shebamiles. Frequent flyers under this program are entitled to avail tickets upgrade, award tickets, executive lounge access and the provision to carry additional free baggage. Ethiopian Airlines also provides cargo services. It has a codeshare agreement with over 25 airlines including Aegean Airlines, Air Canada, Air China, Air Europa, Air India, Air Namibia to name a few. There is airport lounge access to passengers flying with the airline at Addis Ababa airport. So, make Ethiopian Airlines reservations and experience the world class experience of flying with Ethiopia's flag carrier airline.
Destinations and Fleet size
Ethiopian Airline flights serve over 100 destinations in Africa, America, Europe and The Middle East & Asia.
The airline presently consists of a fleet size of more than 90 aircraft.
Services and Amenities
Business class: The business class of Ethiopian airlines is called Cloud Nine. Passengers flying in this class avail on board services and amenities such as food and complimentary beverages from the wide and exclusively curated menu. The passengers are also provided with inflight entertainment such as latest movies, TV shows, games, Audio books, and music. So, look for the best flight deals on Ethiopian Airlines and enjoy these services.
Economy class: The passengers flying in economy class are provided with food and complimentary beverages along, with specially prepared children meals.
Please note that airlines at their sole discretion can amend baggage policies at any time.
Business class: Business Class passengers are entitled to carry two bags with each piece not exceeding the maximum limit of 15lbs.
Economy class: Economy Class passengers are entitled to carry one bag not exceeding 15 lbs. and 9 x 15 x 21 inches.
In addition to carry-on baggage, a passenger is also allowed to carry certain items that may not exceed maximum weight limit of 11lbs such as a lady handbag, pocket book or purse, a laptop and an overcoat, wrap or blanket.
Also, the passengers who are dependent on wheelchairs, pair of crutches, and /or braces or other prosthetic devices are allowed to carry it with them in addition to the carry-on baggage.
Cloud Nine passengers can check-in either 2 pieces, with each piece not exceeding 70 lbs. or 3 pieces with each pieces not exceeding 50 lbs.
Economy Class passengers can check-in 2 pieces with each piece not exceeding 50 lbs.
The maximum dimensions of each piece must not exceed 62 inches.
It is advisable that once you book Ethiopian Airlines tickets, you should get in touch with your travel agent to clear all the queries related to baggage allowance.