Ethiopian Airlines began flying between Addis Ababa and Amman (Jordan), its 11th city in the Middle East.
It is the first time in more than 10 years that the route is served – but not by Ethiopian Airlines. Until June 2012, the defunct British carrier BMI flew the route: London Heathrow-Amman-Addis Ababa and returned to using the A321s.
This is not the first time Ethiopian Airlines has booked a service in Jordan. She booked flights in July 2019, but they didn’t take off. So they were supposed to start in August 2021, a period swept away by the pandemic, but they didn’t.
Finally, at 10:53 pm on September 19, Flightradar24 shows that Ethiopian flight ET428 departed Africa for Amman.