Towards the end of January, Ethiopian Airlines announced that it would be changing up its services between Addis Ababa and North America with the airline ceasing operations to/from Los Angeles, offering new services to Houston and Toronto, and adding more service to Washington DC....but now things appear to be changing again
A roundup of some of the latest news doing the rounds. Includes news of Qantas' changes to some of its US routes, the latest information we have on the delivery date of Qatar Airways' new A350-1000 (complete with QSuites), news of a new Hyatt property to be opened in the heart of Hollywood and details of Ethiopian's latest route to the US.
We don't often see super-cheap Business Class fares to South Africa so when some turn up that are bookable for travel between now and deep into 2018 it's definitely worth taking note. These Business Class fares are a little different to the fares that I normally post on Traveling For Miles as they're not issued by one of the big 3 Middle East carriers or by one of the US or European transatlantic carriers - this time it's Ethiopian Airlines that's offering the great fares.
A roundup of some of the airline news I've noticed in the past few days including: Ethiopian Airlines planing to serve London with an A350, Qatar Airways postponing a route that's been taking reservations for months and Norwegian scheduling flights to both the US and Asia with its brand new 787-9 Dreamliners.