June 01 , 2018

Invitation for Tender

Ethiopian Airlines Group invites willing candidates to bid for representing Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics Services in the sales territory of Angola as its cargo General Sales and Services Agent (GSSA)

This invitation to tender seeks to obtain the most effective and efficient GSSA in the sales territory of Angola. In addition to the previously required qualitative data, the current market growth, changing market environment and dynamism of operation forced the use of tendering and affixing additional quantitative data.

Interested applicants can get the tender document from below ET area office address:

Contact person: Yinnesu Fekadeneh (Mr)
Area Manager Angola,
Largo 4 De Fevereiro Hotel Meridien Presidente; Luanda, Angola
 Phone: +244222310615/+251115178296
Email: YinnesuF@ethiopianairlines.com

Timing of the tender process:

Planned dates for the tender process are:

  • Deadline for the receipt of tender 20 June 2018
  • Contract award 30 June 2018

March 28 , 2018

Mandatory Packaging Guidelines for Shipping Freight by Ethiopian

The purpose of the Mandatory Packaging Guidelines for Shipping Freight by Ethiopian is to inform shippers about our requirements and their responsibilities. It is designed to be a simple, easily understood, practical guide to allow a smooth transportation of shipments in Ethiopian fleet network with the aim of ensuring damage-free transportation with ordinary care in handling. The packaging guideline can also;

  • Minimizes our labor intensive buildup & breakdown activities.
  • Minimizes time required to perform ULD buildup & breakdown.
  • Minimizes our claim costs.
  • Ensure shipments can withstand road transport over long distances and rough terrain.
  • Ensure shipment safely can be lifted on and off transport vehicles.
  • Minimizes the risk of Injuring to those Involved In freight and handling.
  • Minimizes the risk of damage to that particular shipments.
  • Minimizes the risk of damage to other freight other road users or the general public.

 For more information please check the PDF document here.

March 01 , 2018

Ethiopian Receives “Fastest Growing International Cargo Airline of the Year” Award Addis Ababa

February 01 , 2018

Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics Services has introduced into its system special handling codes to handle pharmaceuticals or health care products.

Mandatory Special Handling Codes SHC's For Pharmaceuticals Or Healthcare Products

As you might know that, Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics Services has been working on improving our local pharmaceuticals handling standards and excel our customer experience for the past 7 months by refining our procedures, to provide superior protection for the pharmaceuticals and healthcare products both on board & on ground from different temperatures variations/spikes which is a very critical point that we hope to make a difference to fill the service gaps at our hand. In line with this, the below special handling codes are introduced in the system and ready to run. So please make sure the below special handling codes SHC’s are inserted in the system (Cargo Spot) at all times depending on the applicability and the type of pharmaceutical or healthcare product being transported at/from any Ethiopian Flight network. 


PIL                 Pharmaceuticals (Must Be Inserted On Any Pharma Product)

CRT               Controlled Room Temperature +15 °C to +25°C

COL               Refrigerated Products to Be Maintained At +2°C to + 8°C

FRO               Deep Frozen To Be Maintained At -10°C or Cooler

ERT               Extended Room Temperature +2°C to +25°C

ACT               Active Temperature Controlled System or Containers Used  

June 12 , 2017

Ethiopian Fact Sheet June 2017

October 16 , 2016

Prohibition of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on ALL Ethiopian Airlines flights

Dear Customers,

 In view of the ban of the Galaxy Note 7 device by the US Department of Transportation, Ethiopian Airlines would like to inform customers that the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone will be prohibited from being brought on board all our flights on person, in carry-on baggage or checked-in baggage with effect from 20 October, 2016.”

As per the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Department of Transportation (DOT) statement, banning these phones from airlines will inconvenience some passengers, but the safety of all those aboard an aircraft must take priority. Thank you for your attention and understanding!

Yours Sincerely,

Ethiopian Airlines