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Eritrean Airlines wet-leasing a Ukrainian A320


Eritrean Airlines Boeing 767-238 (ER) - (Credit: Paul Morris)


Eritrean Airlines wet-leasing a Ukrainian A320

By chi-aviation,

Eritrean Airlines (B8, Asmara) has wet-leased an A320-200 from Ukrainian ACMI specialist, YanAir (YE, Kiev Zhulyany). According to Skyliner Aviation, UR-CME (cn 671) was ferried from Kiev Zhulyany to Asmara on September 30 where it has now joined a B737-300, on wet-lease from East Air (EG, Dushanbe), and an in-house B767-200(ER).


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45 comments:

  1. Give it three to six months and it will disappear from the skies of Eritrea. We have seen such airliners come and go. That happens when a country is ruled by one mad dog man.

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  2. Poor Eritrea!!! In 23 years, we are still unable to own a single plane!!! What a wasted 23 years!!! This leadership of PFDJ lives by lies, blames and defamations for its inability to lead.

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  3. Aye ye agame neger!! Always crying over Eritrean developments, have u ever heard "wedi serah maExo zib'ei wesedo", you barking over Eritrean websites while the genocide is looming over ur tugray skies.
    Hasad agames you created enemies all over the horn coz of ur jealousy nature.
    Congrats to Eritrea/ns keep marching.

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  4. Let's be honest Deki Ere!,

    I love PFDJ on what they have done for Eritrea. However,

    Ethiopia not only have they bought the latest Boeing passenger planes (it does not matter who/how it was paid), they are Unique from all African countries in taking care of the most important and basic thing on their peoples daily life. Seeing is believing, so please sit and watch this YouTube. Now decide what's important. Please do not laugh, these are real humans.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxaUBqJNaVI

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  5. Only stupid believe, expect, fantasies everything comes over one night. Eritrea from below 0 23 years ago has achieved tremendous progress not least 6 millennium goals. Unlike many countries over 60+ years still living in handouts. I would like to know what kind of progress you made in your life mr ciber hero. We own one single plane or not is not your problem. But we are seb mestenkr

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  6. B.Adal,
    It is not fair to compare Oranges to Beles, as woyane had the advantage of ruling Ethiopia with some 3000 years long of progressive history. You know what 3000 years mean? It is a 1000 years before the birth of Jesus!

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  7. It is more profitable to lease than to buy an aerplane for commercial reason . Have a bussiness oriented mind brother. Do not compare an aviation industry of Ethiopia with Eritrea. Because Ethiopia avation industry is almost 70 yrs old. God bless Eritrea.

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  8. So what's your point, Tesfu. Just because of the previous mishaps or diffiulties do you expect the govt to simply give up and throw in the towel? Didn't your mother or father ever advise you that if you get a "D" grade on a given subject to work harder to improve your score? Besides, although important the govt has higher priorities that have immediate impacts on the people's livelihood: improved health, free education, agriculture, provision of clean water-something every genuine Eritrean should take great pride. As for your prediction on the future of the Airline, regardless of what the future holds, the people and govt won't stop and as always will strive to make it work. And one (minus you) can only hope they succeed.

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  9. The fact that a lease of a single airplane by the barely functioning
    Eritrean Airlines is celebrated as a huge step forward shows how out of
    touch some people here are with reality. Eritrean Airlines started (or
    restarted) operations more than a decade ago (Queen Bee).
    After the first senior official Captain Asres went back to the US after about two years, Kibrom Dafla (a man who served many years in various financial
    departments of Eritrean government institutions (Ministry of Trade and
    Industry, Himbol Finance, Red Sea Trading Corporation etc.)) took over.
    He has explained in great detail (listen to his interviews on youtube) how
    Eritrean Airlines was micromanaged (and thus mismanaged) by the
    Presidents Office. The most revealing part to me was when the President
    demanded Eritrean Airlines make Massawa their main hub instead of Asmara International Airport. This is just indicative of the mindset of that
    man and Kibrom Dafla rightfully tried to convince the president that the
    board of the airlines should be left into making that decision.

    After trying very hard for more than four years of making Eritrean Airlines a
    successful enterprise and trying to convince the president of stopping
    his interference into the day to day affairs of the airlines, the CEO
    became disillusioned and realized that Eritrea under the leadership of
    Isaias would not be one where a CEO of the national airlines could run
    that company free from daily interference into their affairs. After
    serving Eritrea and the EPLF for more than three decades he defected in
    2009 and he now resides in The Netherlands. The airline meanwhile was
    run by the Pakistani Shakil Aftab Kashmirwala (who has since left).

    Eritrean Airlines is a textbook example of the mismanagement of the nation. No transparency, no accountability, no annual report that is published and,
    from a marketing viewpoint perhaps the worst, no website. In the last
    decade it has operated it never had a functioning website where people
    could book tickets and receive flight information. Eritrean Airlines
    could have been a modest success story by now. The fact that a backward
    and war torn country like Yemen has a national airline (with a website
    mind you) with a fleet of around 10 airplanes, and more importantly
    flies to Asmara weekly, shows that there was plenty of room for Eritrean
    Airlines to succeed. Ten years later however, Eritrean Airlines barely
    has a functioning fleet and more importantly, it has been blacklisted
    from flying to the lucrative market of Europe.
    A country with a coastline of more than a 1000 KM and only 8 hours away from Europe has everything it needs to be a tourist magnet and as a result have a reasonably large airline. The case of Eritrean Airlines however shows that government (mis)handling at the end of the day is what is the most defining factor.

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  10. I think it is good progress for Eritrea Airline b/c you have 2 planes now but you should learn from other air line like Ethiopian Airline the fastest growing and Africa leading airline.

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  11. Poor Ambesa, do you really know how many nights are in a span of 23 years? how delusional you are! The guy above is talking about 23 wasted years and yet you have the audacity to comment by saying "only stupid believe, expect, fantasize everything comes over one night". Get life brother. Over the same years the brave woyanes have quadrupled the number of Ethiopian passenger and cargo planes and yet they came to power at the same time when your useless goons came to the grip of eritrean destiny. One of them is building their country while the other is destroying it exponentially.

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  12. Mr elusional. I'v no time to waste my time for you and your brave weyanes blaha blaha.. ... Just do not worry about Eritreas future. Do please care, be proud, follow or contrubute to your agame heroes.
    You sneaky dirty bustards. Respect the rule of law.The rest, leave it to us

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  13. Eritrea has been claiming to be on its way to fulfill the MDG goals quite ahead of time. But when people wonder how come, the secret is by downsizing its population. The majority of Eritreans have been fleeing their country in droves left and right, and the government is tacitly encouraging illegal migration of the eritrean people at every opportunity. When the number of newly wed young eritrans is hitting bottom rock one can't expect the procreation to happen and therefore only few children are born every year. By so doing, eritrea had the audacity to claim only recently that it has already met the MDG goals in child mortality rate when the rate of child-birth has dwindled drastically. I am sure Eritea will be the only country to find a way around of meeting the MDGs-by pushing its people away and putting the future of the country at risk.

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  14. What about these ? Are these refugees a waste of overpopulated Ethiopia, who otherwise used to get dumped at Eritrean war field for their final graves? Ethiopia (specifically tgray)cant feed itself. If not for leftovers we would witness them singing another round of WE ARE THE WORLD as yesteryears across the atlantic and worldwide too. Remember Raya ? But in modern "Democratic" Ethiopia the nationals been exchanged by chinese, indians...to spread themselves, proudly calling themselves Eritreans:)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AoF8eBk1w2Q

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  15. If what you saying a fact: woyane has quadrupled ethio passengers and cargo; in all technicalities it will actually mean that it has degraded from the pre-23 years threshold. Think it through and i will explain it why, if you still don't get it.
    Hint: 7B

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  16. Mr. Gerima, for what i know weyina, is a liar entity, brave? it's a point of view..even for the americans are brave, as brave was pinochet for them..so what, we don't mind you call them brave..for us, they are liars..and we're happy for what we accomplish until now..if you don't agree, sorry for you..we don't mind

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  17. mr. gerima the head line isn't talking about MDG, that was last week, at the un palace, when Eritreans were sharing their experience.

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  18. In the last 23yrs weyane has brought 64 airplains. Shabia is leading 1.

    Weyane is going from city to city in the United States recruiting ethiopian professional while shabia is running out the few professional we have in Eritrea.

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  19. Ambesa, it has been 8050 nights since Eritrea became independent nation. I guess you are in coma.

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  20. Hello M Girma

    Never heard a woyane named Girma
    Here below is a response to you foolish posting

    Unlike to your assertion DESTROYING ETHIOPIA FOR THE BENEFIT of Woyane & its cliques IS
    WHAT IS HAPPENING IN YOUR CURSED COUNTRY and as they say the proof of the pudding is in the eating. Thus here below are variety of pudding and enjoy
    them.

    Displacement of farmers by grabbing to sell their prime land for a peanut price to foreigners
    1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DeQFCBFYlwY
    2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4cR_51ZSDk

    Ethiopian feeding from garbage
    3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxaUBqJNaVI

    Adult Street Beggar
    4. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8EKNDJ9n_lA

    children street's beggar
    5. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eB7ch-aXc4I

    Street Prostitution
    6. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gNQ54u9Cik

    Homeless Children
    7. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nEcl4E17S0

    Shameful Ethiopian Homosexuality
    8. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7uqyXQp35Y

    Eritrea a nation of fiercely proud people.

    1. GOOD GOVERNANCE Of Eritrea
    Let us see here below what Eritrea is doing economically

    2. Fastest growing economy
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YI5H-ffpQaU

    3. Modern Farming of Eritrea.
    Look at the sea water farm Eritrea and the desert development foundation has joined together with international investor and government of Eritrea to
    establish the world first commercial sea water farm.


    1. Eritrea - Greening Eritrea (Part 1)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_P1rPnVUME4

    2. Eritrea - Greening Eritrea (Part 2)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NnzIg3XdcjY

    Last but not least, listen carefully you weyane operative to the bold declaration of confidence
    made by the Lion of Nakfa.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q35DlIHfJKw

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  21. Response To M. Girma

    Unlike your assertion DESTROYING ETHIOPIA FOR THE BENEFIT of Woyane & its cliques is what is happening in your cursed country and as they say the proof of the pudding is in the eating, thus here below are variety of pudding and enjoy them.

    Displacement of farmers by grabbing to sell their prime land for a peanut price to foreigners
    1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DeQFCBFYlwY
    2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4cR_51ZSDk

    Ethiopian feeding from garbage
    3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxaUBqJNaVI
    Adult Street Beggar
    4. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8EKNDJ9n_lA
    children street's beggar
    5. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eB7ch-aXc4I
    Street Prostitution
    6. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gNQ54u9Cik
    Homeless Children
    7. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nEcl4E17S0
    A Shameful Ethiopian Homosexuality
    8. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7uqyXQp35Y

    Eritrea a nation of fiercely proud people.

    1. GOOD GOVERNANCE Of Eritrea
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjxIO-k-tEM

    Let us see here below what Eritrea is doing economically

    2. Fastest growing economy
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YI5H-ffpQaU

    3. Modern Farming of Eritrea.
    Look at the sea water farm Eritrea and the desert development foundation has joined together with international investor and government of Eritrea to establish the world first commercial sea water farm.

    1. Eritrea - Greening Eritrea (Part 1)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_P1rPnVUME4

    2. Eritrea - Greening Eritrea (Part 2)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NnzIg3XdcjY

    Last but not least, listen carefully you weyane operative the bold declaration of confidence made by the Lion of Nakfa.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q35DlIHfJKw


    Ethiopia without a foreign has no chance to stand a single day on its own feet.

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  22. 64 airplanes are IMF's and not Ethiopia's ownership buddy LOL

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  23. Oh Dear, Oh Dear! so you think UN and CIA know the population size of the poor eritrea? Hoping that you will not be disillusioned by my response, I would like to enlighten you with the facts on the ground as follows. Leave alone UN and CIA even DIA doesn't know the size of the eritrean population...he doesn't even bother to know all about it. Otherwise can you please tell us when the first time and the last time public census was conducted in eritrea over the past 24 years so that we might be able to look at the references thereof? By the way which public census data did the UN and the CIA used as reference in giving account of their pseudo statistics or it purely based on speculation? Please don't ignore my questions...and try to say something in return.


    Politely yours!

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  24. Wizee, where the Hay have you been, Rocky? I was wondering why you were silent on your field of expertise ; anyways, here is the Airbus we promised, it is wet now but 'ente nefeEkum' we will dry it up quick.
    BTW, for those of us that are toiling, its at least double your number, we say it's been well over 16000( sixtee thou).
    Welcome back anyways,,,,

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  25. Forto dehan do? It has been long time! I think you got wet dream by PFDJ's achievement of wet leasing a 17 years old airbus 320 from Ukrainia. The zombie Airlines with one 767 that has been using as a mule flying to Juba, Dubai, Jedda got a new sister. If this is the achievement that you are cheering for then you are a failure.

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  26. Are you sure you never heard of a woyane called by the name Girma? How about the woyanay "Girma Asmerom"...doesn't sound familiar?

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  27. that's what we call headless chicken's dream (helmi resia zeybela derho)

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  28. see by your ignorant replay, you put every lie they say about Eritrea in question. so if they are, as you say just speculating then why do you believe every other lie they say about Eritrea. it would be a wast of my time to answer you as you clearly are bias with no ethics as you choose not to believe one 'speculation' they say about Eritrea yet you choose to ignore other (and this's just the basic number of population) so what does it say about you as a person if you to believe every negative thing about Eritrea and yet question something as basic as population size as it contradict your point. it clearly show that you are a hypocrite rat
    Honestly Eritrean!

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  29. a year on i'm still waiting coward, or are you scared that i'll take your Agame wife from you? be a man... be a man!! obviously something your father failed in teaching you, child time to be a man - if you talked the talk, walk the walk for i made a promise to you and i never never fail in what i put my mind on and you'll be my B**ch, i made a promise to you

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  30. -Lufthansa at one point offered to help develop Eritrean Airlines however our president rejected their proposal.
    -Mercees Benz wanted to build an assembly line in Eritrea but our president rejected their proposal.
    -The European Union offers 100million grant (not a loan) every 5yrs to developing countries and our president basically told them we were developed and did not need their money (even though that decision was later reversed).
    -The U.S. in 2005 offered to give Eritrea aid in any sector of its economy and to put pressure on the Ethiopian regime to implement the final and binding boundary decision in exchange for the release of two Eritreans who worked for the U.S. embassy being released from prison. They wanted to make sure they were still alive, and this was confirmed. The U.S. then began to put pressure on Ethiopia to enforce the boundary decision (which gave them a real scare), showing that they were going to fulfill their end of the deal. However our president responded by throwing the prisoners back in jail and closing all ngo and foreign aid offices in eritrea. This marks the beginning of the end of our relationship with the U.S.
    -I recommend reading Andebrhan Welde Giorgis (a member of the EPLF central committee who left his phd studies at harvard to join the armed struggle and also served in various capacities in the Eritrean Government) book Eritrea at a Crossroads. He does a good job telling the history of Eritrea (even some of the ancient stuff) and exposing the president's true nature through his actions and conversations he had with the president while also discussing all of the opportunities that passed Eritrea by because of its poor leadership. My conclusion after reading it is that our president is trying to destroy our country, there really is no other explanation for some of his actions and some of the things he has allegedly said while drinking (like "I will bring this country down the same way I brought it up").

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  31. You sound so immature ., As any TRUE Eritrean parent or Elder will tell
    you in the outside world my son/daughter there is NOTHING for free.
    Isaias along with our many tegadaly learned this the hard way., like the
    Russians (for there interest) that helped us one day and switch to
    mengistu the next. We see the same behavior in the west., one minute
    Obama is telling Egypt ppl to settle down they are acting irresponsible,
    and the next minute when they see the ppl will not be stopped they turn
    on there puppet mubarak at a moments notice telling him to step down.
    Thats the past tho. I know the current Eri gov., tends to want partners
    who are willing to work side by side and make an investment in eritrean
    ppl., and i bet like many ngo's etc and Mercedes they want to bring
    there OWN ppl., not teach the "Africans' ANYTHING., there by
    contributing nothing to Eritrean society. Then again if Eritreans learn
    to build there own car's lol., whats the use of a title like mercedes
    right?But you saying they offered this they offered that? for free?
    grant you say?

    I really hope you are below the age of at least 25
    to be liberal., that you have such a "simple" thinking pattern. Ppl
    like you God forbid come to ANY power (if you are Eritrean that is) will
    be our undoing. Christ, how can one be so simple.

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  32. I think the good professor has lost credibility when he pit his financial interests before the peoples and the nation's interest.

    His mention of benz and beemer may appeal to a teenagers fads and trends but not to a seasoned and farsighted principled leadership and vision.

    We are not aspiring to be a source of cheap labour or a trained monkey at the asseblyline.
    But then again who are we to think and act any different than the rest of our continent's fellow men?

    You have chosen to correct what someone has said previously sighting the good dr. Isaias under the influence has said,,,bhla,, bhla,,,i make,,,i can break you,,,how insulting?

    Andemariam is at a crossroads and his book for 29.99$ is not worth the paper it's written on.

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  33. Bella! zArkey. It's your camp too familiar with wetting and being wetted, teTelaky'na? Anyways it's a good start.

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  34. Eri Rat, first of all you are not man enough to take somebody's wife or girl friend. Second, I am not used to be a B**ch unlike you Issayas "Biatchi". Go now and fly on that old mule.

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  35. well stop talking the talk and walk the walk by showing me your wife. i do not even know what's "Biatchi" is so as an expert could you please introduce this thing you clearly are to the rest of us. .... finally we agree one one thing, see that all i want to do as well, just fly on the old mule and the only old mule i know is you, so when are we meeting up so i could fly on you, while i fly into your wife

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  36. Welfare HeShe, unlike you jobless village idiot with pea brain, I am very aware who if for Eritrea and who is against Eritrea. Your village idiot leader is number one enemy of Eritrea. You, aka "Issayas's Biatchi" have not enough brain cell to distinguish between human and monkey.
    Go now fly the mule.

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  37. EriRat I guess you have not got your medication last night. I suggest you to try "Tsebel". Who knows it might cure you from this sickness. For a change, please get a job.
    Btw how is our mule doing? 20 plus years of independence and all what we have left (or what we got) is one mule?? What an accomplishment !!

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  38. You need to see a psychiatrist to examine your head. I think you are a narcissist or a psychopath from analysis of your comment. Go get your medication wacko!

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  39. Fishlet- are you talking to me or to your twin brother EriRat?

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  40. What a lame excuse EriRat

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  41. Hahaha you just killed his agame ass

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  42. Wizee, please don't equate our Ambelai feres with Beklee Adi Segdo; the Pegasus is flying high and is connecting families and businesses in the most efficient and safe manner! The skies of Africa and Asia are grateful for the stallion' presence.

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