Ethiopian Airlines is to begin four flights per week to Incheon International Airport of Seoul, Republic of Korea as of 18 June 2013.Seoul is the fourth largest metropolitan economy in the world, after Tokyo, New York and Los Angeles. It is home to four UNESCO World Heritage Sites, known for a number of modern landmarks including Lotte World, the world’s largest indoor theme park, Moonlight Rainbow Fountain and many more attractions.
“With Africa’s economic boom and its growing trade, investment, business and tourism ties with Asia in general and South Korea in particular, Ethiopian is pleased to provide the essential air connectivity that will serve as the engine for the continued growth of these relations,” Ethiopian CEO Tewolde Gebremariam reckons.
Seoul will be Ethiopian’s 73rd international destination. We learned the inclusion of Seoul into Ethiopian network is part of Ethiopian’s Vision 2025 of connecting Africa with the major world economic and financial hubs.Source: ERTA