Barely three weeks after suspending its services in the country, Ethiopian Airlines has resumed ticketing services for all travel agents in the country, the Airline’s Area Manager Andinet Ayichew has confirmed.
According to Ayichew, the company has had a series of discussions with government officials on the matter hence the decision to resume ticketing services.
“We appreciate the involvement by all key stakeholders which has helped us to bring back uninterrupted service on the Malawi market for more than three decades,” he said.
He added saying that the restoration of their service has been reached on common understanding to alleviate the challenge at hand as well as commitment by Malawi government to help the airliner access foreign currency.
It was discovered last month that the Reserve Bank of Malawi was unable to remit money to airliner’s accounts due to what it described as “dwindling foreign exchange reserves”.