Ethiopian Airlines Increases Flight Frequency Between KL and Addis Ababa

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Ethiopian Airlines recently announced that the Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to/from Addis Ababa (ADD) service will be increased to twice weekly for February 2021 to meet demand. The service will be provided on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

The new frequency will operate every Sunday effective February 7, 2021, offering increased flying options from Kuala Lumpur to Addis Ababa with connections to other destinations. The schedule is as follows:

Every Thursday and Sunday
Flight ET619
Depart KUL 2300 / Arrive ADD 0605 +1

Every Thursday and Sunday
Flight ET618
Depart ADD 0010 / Arrive KUL 1740

*Schedule is correct at time of publishing and is subject to change

Kindly be reminded to refer to the mandatory entry requirements, including Covid-19 testing and possible quarantine, for the respective destinations to avoid unnecessary travel disruption. Also check the updated restrictions on all destination points (including return flight) to ensure your travel plans are permissible.

During the current Movement Control Order (MCO), and to ensure the safety of its passengers and employees, Ethiopian is providing its customers with various digital options to reduce ‘touch points’ at the airport. Customers can get the services of the airline via its Website, Chat Bot, E-mail, Social Media, and Contact Centre. What’s more, Ethiopian offers a 10% discount on ticket prices when customers book and purchase their ticket on the Ethiopian Mobile App.

For more information, visit Ethiopian Airlines’ website.

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