Ethiopian Airlines is going to put into operation a cargo center for goods purchased through electronic shopping

Ethiopian Airlines is going to put into operation a cargo center for goods purchased through electronic shopping Ethiopian Airlines has announced that it will soon put into operation a cargo center that will be used for goods purchased through the electronic trading system (e-commerce). The CEO of Ethiopian Airlines Group, Mr. Mesfen Tesue, has indicated that two modern cargo storage and organizing centers have been put into operation at Bole International Airport to facilitate the cargo service. He also said that 16 cargo service (cargo) planes are in operation. In order to facilitate the transport services of the sector, they said that a huge cargo plane with a loading capacity of 100 tons will be received from Boeing on Monday. At the same time, they confirmed that the airline is working on a plan to take over and put four cargo planes into operation in the next two years. At the same time, the airline built a third modern cargo center for e-commerce (goods bought online) which was built at a cost of 50 million dollars, he said. ESA reported that this will enable goods bought through electronic trading system to be transported to different countries of the world through Addis Ababa and further strengthen the market connection. He pointed out that 30 to 35 percent of Ethiopian Airlines’ total revenue is collected from cargo services and said that efforts are being made to further develop the capacity of the sector. They also stated that the cargo service of the airline is growing year by year.

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