Shebasky Connect Onboard Ethiopian Airlines
Ethiopian Airlines recently introduced On-board Wi-Fi Internet connectivity using the latest state-of-the-art broadband satellite technology (Ka-band). Passengers will enjoy reliable connectivity with Shebasky Connect while flying over the clouds onboard Ethiopian Airlines
The inflight Wi-Fi can be accessed with smart phones, tablets and laptops, the service is initially launched on the A350/B777 fleet of Ethiopian Airlines flights with further plans to expand the service on other airplanes deployed on long haul flights.
20 MB – USD 4.99
50 MB – USD 6.99
200 MB – USD 15
100 MB – USD 10
**100MB free for Platinum members**
For more info: https://www.ethiopianairlines.
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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.