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Ethiopia Airlines Renegotiating Management Contract for Arik Air

Ethiopia Airlines Renegotiating Management Contract for Arik Air

After few months of prevarication, THISDAY can authoritatively report that the Ethiopia Airlines has been negotiating management contract for Arik Air, which was taken over by the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) in February this year owing to the debts owed it by the owners of the airline.
THISDAY learnt that Ethiopia Airlines has sent delegation twice in the last two months to Abuja to discuss with the federal government and the Nigerian government had also sent a delegation to Addis Ababa.
The focus of the management contract is that Ethiopian Airline will take full management of the airline and also provide technical support.
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