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Even by its own standards, Ethiopian Airlines’ recent growth has been fast, so fast that it revised the ambitious 15-year strategy set in 2010 and plans to buy more planes to step up its expansion. Its plan had been to more than double its fleet to 120 and become Africa’s biggest airline by 2025, but it already has 100 planes flying to dozens of destinations from Asia to South America, including four U.S. cities. The state-owned carrier has also outpaced regional competitors Kenya Airways and South African Airways to become Africa’s largest airline by revenue and profit, according to the International Air Transport Association. displayAdvert("mpu_3") We had to revise the objective to make it 150 airplanes or more by 2025. “We have expanded more than we planned,” said Chief Executive Tewolde Gebremariam. In its 2016/17 financial year Ethiopian Airlines generated $2.7 billion in revenue, Tewolde said, up more than 11 percent from the previous year. Passenger numbers climbed by more than 18 percent to 9 million while net profit was $233 million, up from a little more than $220 million. “We had to revise the objective to make it 150 airplanes or more by 2025.” It now plans to place orders this year for 13 additional Boeing 787 jets and six more Airbus

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