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Ethiopian declares strong performance amid turbulent times

Ethiopian Airlines on Thursday disclosed that it was on the right track to achieve all the development targets set in the Vision 2025, a 15-year growth roadmap launched in 2011 in spite of the turbulent time the global airline industry is navigating through.

Ethiopian management, crew members enter negotiation mode

The management and employees of Ethiopian Airlines are in a negotiation to settle a number of complaints with its dwindling crew members over pay and benefits. Among these complaints are being overworked and forced to purchase a technologically advanced device to help the airline go paper-less and become fully digitalized.

ATCs, Authority in a standoff

Air Traffic Controllers (ATCs) of the Ethiopian Civil Aviation Authority (ECAA) who are on  strike beginning Monday, August 27, 2018 due to “lack of proper recognition and benefits to their profession” stated that they will not return to their jobs unless their demands are not met by the authority, The Reporter has learnt.