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Ethiopian Airlines introduces Airbus 350 to Nigeria with style

Ethiopian Airlines introduces Airbus 350 to Nigeria with style
With the recent ar­rival of the new­est aircraft in the world, the Air­bus A350 in Nigeria, Lagos and Dubai have become the first sta­tions to receive the aircraft wide­ly regarded as the newest baby of Ethiopian Airlines.
By the move, the profession­ally run Ethiopian Airlines has further built on its solid reputa­tion of being the first airline to bring Boeing B787 Dreamliner to the Nigerian city of Lagos and the African continent as a whole.
Going further, the airline be­came the first airline in Africa to take delivery of Airbus A350X­WB, having taken delivery of the grand aircraft on June 28, 2016 in Toulouse, France. The airline said it is proud to be the first air­line from Africa to take delivery of the A350 and is ready to con­tinue offering its passengers the ultimate travel experience on-board this aircraft ahead of oth­er carriers.
According to the airline, the Ethiopian A350 XWB was built in view of passengers’ comfort and well-being. Wider seats in both Business and Economy classes, the lowest twin engine noise level, advanced air condi­tioning technology and full LED mood lighting which will com­bine to enhance passenger com­fort while reducing fatigue expe­rienced after a long flight.
Speaking of the development, Ato Tewolde Gebremariam, Group CEO of Ethiopian Air­lines, said: “The fact that we are ushering in another first to Afri­ca in a span of four years is an af­firmation of our continuing pio­neering role in African aviation. It is also a testimony of our com­mitment to give our passengers the very best travel experience, with the latest industry products and services.
“On behalf of all my col­leagues at the Ethiopian fami­ly, I am delighted to see Ethio­pia continue making Africa first in Aviation Technology.”
Dwelling on the features of the aircraft, he made it known that “All seats of the A350 XWB are fitted with the latest high-definition touchscreen person­al monitors and a higher selec­tion of movies, television series and audio channels. Inflight Wi-Fi connection will be made avail­able on this aircraft in the future.
“Passengers with smart de­vices can connect to the world while others can use the smart individual touch screens on their seats when the internet service goes operational. The A350 XWB’s innovative technology also improves performance in operation.’’-The Authority.

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