Ethiopian Airlines is set to inaugurate a new triangular route linking Addis Ababa, Ndola, and Maun starting June 10th. Operating on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays, the flight will utilize a Boeing 738-MAX aircraft to serve travellers on this convenient route.

Under flight number ET 0833, the journey begins with departure from Addis Ababa at 08:30, with arrival in Maun at 12:40. The return leg commences from Maun at 13:30, touching down in Ndola at 15:30, before heading back to Addis Ababa with departure from Ndola at 16:20 and arrival at 21:25.

Jillian Blackbeard, CEO of Africa’s Eden, expressed enthusiasm for Ethiopian Airlines’ innovative route, particularly its positive impact on enhancing access to destinations in the region. She commended the airline for its bold initiative and consistent service reliability.

Andrew Flatt, Marketing Director of Desert and Delta Safaris echoed this sentiment, emphasizing the significance of the new route for travellers to Botswana. He noted the simplification and cost-effectiveness it brings to the journey, as well as the opportunities it presents for extended stays in the area.

Flatt also highlighted Maun’s appeal as a layover destination, emphasizing the diverse accommodations and local experiences available for travellers to enjoy. He emphasized that Maun is more than just a transit point—it’s an integral part of the journey, now made even more accessible thanks to Ethiopian Airlines.

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