Ethiopian Airlines will resume daily flights from its Addis Ababa hub, to Asmara, the capital of Eritrea, on July 18. Ethiopian will operate Boeing 787s on the 70-min. flight sector. Flight services between the two nations have been interrupted for 20 years. A war between Ethiopia and Eritrea lasted from May 6, 1998 to June 18, 2000 and ended with the Ethiopian occupation of the disputed territories. A ceasefire was signed in the Algiers Agreement. The new air-link follows agreements ...

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