Class rating 4.8
- Boarding 4.3
- Seat for sitting 6.3
- Seat for sleeping 4.3
- Service 5.8
- Entertainment 4.0
- Food & drink 5.8
- Punctuality 4.3
- Baggage 4.0
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Business class on Ethiopian's Boeing 767 long-haul fleet offers a seat pitch that varies according to individual aircraft, but it is never less than 50 inches or more than 58 inches. Cabins are, however, fitted out in a standard 2-2-2 configuration.
Passengers receive a full amenity kit and premium meal service that is ‘a la carte’. The meals are served with a choice of fine wines or champagne. As an additional starter, Cloud Nine passengers sample the taste of Ethiopia's traditional dish, its unique pancake-like bread called injera.
The dessert tray offers a basket of fruits in season, a variety of cheeses and a selection of pastries, complete with a choice of port, brandy or liqueur.
Entertainment systems offer a choice of 30 films plus audio and TV selections.
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Flight from BKK - ADD. Had to check-in in terminal due to a connecting flight. Counter opens 3 hrs before the flight departs (and not a minute earlier). There is only 1 person at the counter and there is not a lot of efficiencies and no section for Cloud Nine customers. Due to the argument between the check-in person and the previous client, waited around 1 hr in... more
I have been flying business Ethiopian from Bangkok to Addis Ababa and onwards to Harare and return; planes were rather antiquated, with old-style seats, a very basic entertainment system and food which would have been excellent in economy. The major advantage for this selection was the price, and therefore I will not complain too much. What I do not appreciate however... more