Ethiopian Airlines is to embark on a major cargo terminal project at its hub at the Bole International Airport. Ethiopian CEO, Tewolde Gebremariam, told Aviation News Online that as the country’s import export is growing the demand for cargo hauling service is growing. To meet the growing demand the airline is to build a new cargo terminal and order for new cargo aircraft. With six cargo aircraft-2 757-200F, 2 MD11 and 2 Boeing B747-Ethiopian has the largest cargo fleet in Africa. In order to assist the flowering horticulture business the airlines is undertaking various activities. Previously the management has designed the
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