The Go Organic Campaign is initiated by The Ethiopian Airlines Inflight Catering – Organic Meals Onboard Ethiopian Airlines
ORGANIC MEALS ONBOARD ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES
Go Organic campaign initiated by the Ethiopian Inflight Catering, had been started colorfully. Honorable guests were invited to be a part of the first campaign.
It aimed to promote organic food and drinks Ethiopians serves onboard as a unique competitive advantage. On the occasion, the guests experienced the organic meal that Ethiopian serves on board the new 787-900 aircraft
A selection of the finest organic food and drinks from local producers was promoted by Ethiopian Inflight Catering
This special campaign created an opportunity to promote the local agricultural, animal products, and other catering inputs that are being used to prepare meals served onboard. It also stressed the market opportunity that Ethiopian Airlines created for local producers.
On top of highlighting the organic and healthy meal experience, it’s believed that passengers will enjoy as they fly Ethiopian.
GO ORGANIC WITH ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES!
Ethiopia’s national airline is Ethiopia’s flag carrier. For starters, over the last seventy years, Ethiopian Carriers has risen to become one of the continent’s leading airlines. It is unrivaled in Africa when it comes to efficiency and operational success. It has made money for almost the entire time it has been in business. The airline has also become one of Ethiopia’s most important industries, operating at the forefront of technological advancements. It is regarded as a trustworthy institution in Africa as well. It also has a large chunk of the pan-African network under its control. This includes all east-west flights on the continent, both daily and twice-daily. Ethiopian Airlines flies to a total of 100 international destinations as well as 21 domestic destinations.
The Addis Ababa Bole International Airport is the major hub for Ethiopian Airlines. It is also one of the largest airports in Africa. On January 21, 2003, the ultra-modern airport terminal was . This spacious terminal handles all international flights with its 21st century facilities. Lastly, Addis Ababa Airport is the busiest airport in East Africa. It has a capacity of providing a world class passenger and cargo services to more than 22 million international and domestic passengers each year.