Boeing, Ethiopian Airlines Announce Order for Four 777 Freighters

Ethiopian Airlines continues to build up its fleet to meet rising demand on back of a rapidly growing economy and population in Africa. Tiksa Negeri  Reuters

Boeing, Ethiopian Airlines Announce Order for Four 777 Freighters

Boeing has announced it is to sell four cargo freighters to Ethiopian Airlines at a total list price of $1.3 billion.

However, the order for the jets whose production helps support thousands of jobs at Airbus's United Kingdom plants has so failed to materialise.

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The deal includes a new order for two aircraft, along with two others the airline announced as a commitment in June and which have now been converted into firm orders. However, there are huge doubts whether airlines who have ordered A380s will actually buy them.

With almost 100 airplanes in operation, Ethiopian flies one of the largest and youngest fleets in Africa, including Boeing 737s, 757s, 767s, 777s, and 787s.

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"Ours is a fast growing region and we expect growth". "The 777 Freighter has no competitor in its class when it comes to low operating costs, long range, and capacity to carry cargo".

The order takes 777 net orders this year to 57, including 37 for the current-generation 777.

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Ethiopian Cargo is the largest network cargo operator in Africa with six 777 and two 757 Freighters serving 39 cargo destinations in Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Europe.

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