The airline also offers a three nights/four days short holiday package to Addis Ababa. Named Addis Delight, it starts from RO199 and includes air ticket, bed-and-breakfast and transfers.
Muscat―Ethiopian Airlines, the largest airline in Africa started operating daily flights between Addis Ababa and Muscat.
The airline used to operate four flights weekly. With the daily service, passengers will have more choice and flexibility, and it will also facilitate trade, investment, and tourism ties between Oman and African countries, stated a press release.
Ethiopian Airlines has introduced special fares for passengers traveling from Muscat to Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar (Tanzania), Nairobi (Kenya), Johannesburg (South Africa), Khartoum (Sudan) and other African destinations.
“For our esteemed passengers from Oman, who are traveling onward and have transit time of more than six hours at Addis Ababa, the airline will also offer hotel arrangements. And this value-added service comes with no additional cost,” said Sami Muctar, country manager, Ethiopian Airlines, Oman.
The airline also offers exciting safari packages in Kenya as well as short holiday breaks in Ethiopia, the release added.
During recent times, many Omani citizens and residents have visited Addis Ababa as a tourist destination.
The airline offers a three nights/four days short holiday package to Addis Ababa. Named Addis Delight, it starts from RO199 and includes air ticket, hotel stay (bed and breakfast) and transfers.
Omani nationals and residents can apply for Ethiopian visa through Ethiopian Airlines office in Muscat. The airline will facilitate processing of visa within ten working days of submission of required documents.
This facility is offered only to passengers traveling from Muscat on Ethiopian Airlines.
Source: Muscat Daily