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Ethiopian Airlines has introduced one of its brand-new A350 aircraft to the Johannesburg - Addis Ababa route, replacing the Boeing-777. The current schedule of two daily flights remains unchanged. 

Ethiopian took delivery of five new A350s over the past year and has ordered a total of 24.

Ethiopian has also made changes to its baggage policy to Nairobi and Mumbai as follows:

Nairobi – economy class, two pieces of 32kg; business class, three pieces of 32kg

Mumbai – economy class, three pieces of 23kg; business class, four pieces of 23kg. The Mumbai change is valid for travel up to August 30 after which it reverts to the original allowance. 

This story has been updated since first publication.

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