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Addis Ababa November 11/2017 The Ethiopian Airlines, Africa’s largest airline group, awarded the Certified 4-Star Airline Ratings by the Skytrax.

Certified Airline Rating is the global airline standards ranking program operated by Skytrax, the international air transport rating organization.

Ratings are determined through direct and professional analysis of quality standards.

The Certified Airline Ratings, recognized as a global benchmark of airline standards, are not related to customer reviews.

While receiving the certificate, Ethiopian Airlines Group CEO, Tewolde GebreMariam, said the recognition is a significant milestone in the long history of Ethiopian Airlines.

“As a customer focused airline, it is extremely gratifying that our hard work to ensure high level of customer satisfaction at all times through a consistent delivery of global standard product and superior level of service has borne fruit”, he said.

“4 Star Airline certification is one of the overarching goals and a critical successor factor of our 15 years strategic roadmap, Vision 2025” Tewolde added.

“Although we have been receiving many prestigious awards from all corners of the world for our superior customer services on the ground and in the air, this rating certifies the global standards of our products and service delivery through professional audits.”

The Certified 4-Star Airline Rating recognizes those airlines that provide good product standard across different travel categories, combined with delivering good standards of staff service for both the cabin service and their home-base airport environments.


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Addis Ababa November 11/2017 The national and regional security councils which met yesterday have reached consensus on the draft security plan after a day-long discussion.

The meeting, which was chaired by the Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn in his office, discussed on the proposed plan as well as the current security situation in the country.

In his opening remarks, the Premier said the security plan would help to ensure stability.

The National Security Council took the initiative of preparing the draft plan after evaluating the current situation in the country.

Ensuring peace and stability so as to enable the public fully concentrate and exert maximum effort in the fight against poverty, the Premier said.

In his press briefing at the end of the meeting, Siraj Fegessa, Minister of Defense, said the draft plan has considered analysis prepared on the current national situation and feedback from foreign countries.

The Minister said that details of the plan that would be implemented this year will be official in the near future.

Siraj said regional security councils can prepare their own security plans that emanate from the national plan by considering the objective situation in their respective states.

A consensus was also reached not to allow similar protest rallies that the country has been experiencing lately, which caused deaths and property destruction in various places.

The meeting was attended by heads of all regional states, senior officers of the army, police commissioners, and other stakeholders.


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