The airline said it is in talks with the Federal Government, private sectors and airline operators in Nigeria.
The airline also noted the failure of Nigeria to own a carrier was a big threat to the airline industry in Africa which is capable of displacing indigenous carriers in the continent.
Ethiopian Airlines Group Chief Executive officer, Tewolde Gebremariam, disclosed these during a chat with some reporters.
He also revealed that the airline loses about $3million annually to its operation of Kano and Enugu route because of low traffic.
On why he was in Nigeria, Gebremariam said: “We have been discussing and exploring possibilities to establish or support a strong airline in…
Source: Nigerian Tribune