Ethiopian Airlines starts Arabic and French Services at its Global Customer Interaction Center

By Ola Modupe (LAGOS)

Ethiopian Airlines, the largest airline in Africa, is pleased to announce that it has started
providing its Global Customer Interaction Center services in two additional international
languages namely, Arabic and French.

The Global Customer Interaction Center underwent a major reform in 2014, expanding
its interaction scope with customers from call handling to an omni-channel interaction
leveraging multiple channels including social media.

Regarding the addition of these languages, Ethiopian Airlines Group CEO Mr. Mesfin
Tasew said, “We are excited to further expand the services of our globally acclaimed customer
interaction center using Arabic and French as additional international languages for handling the
queries of our customers.

“The addition of these languages is a game changer as it will enable us to cater to our customers with their preferred languages.

“It will also increase our customer reach to locations where these languages are spoken predominantly. Offering the services of our Global Customer Interaction Center in multiple international languages also proves our commitment and relentless efforts to elevate customers’ experience.”

Ethiopian Airlines’ Global Customer Interaction Center currently operates 24/7 with its
state-of-the-art technology catering to all its customers worldwide from its brand-new
multi-floor building located within the headquarters of Ethiopian Airlines Group.

The center has received the ‘World Class Contact Center’ accolade from Snapshotz, an
internationally recognized certifying body for customer service delivery. It won the
certificate after onsite completion of Snapshotz’s audit process and probing over 800

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