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    Private airlines hard hit by COVID-19

    Local private airlines engaged in charter flight operations disclosed that their businesses are hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Tourism needs three bln birr bailout

    The coronavirus pandemic, which has plunged the global economy into recession, is hitting Ethiopia’s service sector hard, to a point where the government’s intervention is required for a possible 3 billion birr bailout, The Reporter has learnt. 

    Travel agents in peril as COVID-19 hits travel industry

    Ethiopian travel agents are in a precarious situation as COVID-19 is taking its toll on the global travel industry, it was learnt.

    Hoteliers, tour operators seek government’s assistance to stay afloat

    Hotel owners and tour operators are seeking government assistance to withstand the severe impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak which brought the hospitality industry to a standstill.

    Paradise Lodge sets foot in Kenya

    Omotic General Trading Plc., the owner of Paradise Lodge in Arba Minch and in Turmi, is set to open yet another of its signature lodge in Maasi Mara, Kenya after acquiring a land from its local government.

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