Ethiopian Airlines has announced the resumption of its nonstop flights between Abidjan and New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport starting on May 29, 2023. The four times weekly flight will be operated via Abidjan, Ivory Coast, from Ethiopian’s main hub in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
The route was initially launched in June 2019 but was suspended in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Later, the flight resumed serving New York via Lomé starting in October 2020. Now, after a long hiatus, the airline is excited to bring back this popular route for its customers.
|Flight Number||Frequency||Departure Airport||Departure time||Arrival Airport||Arrival Time||Sub Fleet|
|ET 512||Mon, Wed, Sat, Sun||ADD||09:00||ABJ||11:30||788|
|Mon, Wed, Sat, Sun||ABJ||13:00||JFK||20:00||788|
|ET 513||Mon, Wed, Sat, Sun||JFK||21:30||ABJ||11:35+||788|
|Mon, Tue, Thu, Sun||ABJ||12:45||ADD||21:10||788|
Ethiopian Airlines currently operates to more than 130 international passenger and cargo destinations from its main hub Addis Ababa including to Abidjan, where Ethiopian provided 42 years of uninterrupted service since November 1980.
Ethiopian will also be commencing a new passenger service to Atlanta, USA starting from 16 May 2023. Atlanta will be Ethiopian Airlines’ 6th destination in the US following its passenger services to New York, Newark, Chicago, Washington DC and cargo service to Miami.