Ethiopian upgrades Mumbai flight to a 787 daily

Ethiopian, the first African carrier to receive the Boeing 787, is now putting up a daily service to Mumbai from 11th November onwards with their 787. The initial plan for this service was 25 November, but ET brings it up ahead and replacing the Boeing 767 which flew this route earlier.

As per AirlineRoute.net, here is the schedule of the flights:

Addis Ababa – Mumbai Service begins from 11NOV12, previously planned from 25NOV12

ET610 ADD2120 – 0450+1BOM 788 D
ET611 BOM0540 – 0800ADD 788 D

ET611 with 787 service from 12NOV12

Ethiopian is a Star Alliance member airline, and their 787 looks amazing from the inside, as compared to national carrier Air India’s 787.

This gives one more option to those of you who want to experience the 787. Air India is already operating domestic flights from Delhi, and flights to Germany on the 787. Also, Japan Airlines also operates 787 to India.

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