Ethiopian to Resume Flights to Cameroon on Special Permit

ADDIS ABABA – Ethiopian Airlines, Africa’s largest airline, has resumed service to Duala and Yaoundé as of July 13, 2020.

The service will initially be three times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from Addis Ababa to Duala via Yaoundé and then back to Addis Ababa.



Further to the resumption of regular service to Dubai and Djibouti, the addition of Duala and Yaoundé will bring the total number of destinations to be served by Ethiopian with enhanced safety measures to 42.

As countries continue to open-up their airports for passenger arrival, Ethiopian will announce a list of these destinations in due course, according to the airlines.

“Esteemed Customers are kindly informed that Facemasks will be mandatory for travel and are requested to satisfy destination entry requirements such as health certificates and fill health declaration forms if required,” says the airlines in a statement.

Several countries are opening up their borders and relax travel restrictions put in place to tackle COVID-19.

Ethiopian says it is readying itself to increase frequencies to accommodate the demand by focusing on the wellbeing of customers and staff.

The airlines announced the restart of business and leisure travelers to various destinations end of June.

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