Airports in Ethiopia

Book a private airport transfer at Ethiopian Airports. Plus, discover Ethiopia’s popular cities, food, culture, destinations, and attractions.

Do you need more information about the airports in Ethiopia, including Addis Ababa, Dire Dawa, Dodola, Dansha, Jimma, Semera, Mizan Teferi, Jinka and many others? Please look at our exclusive service for private & VIP Airport Transfers in Ethiopia.

Learn more about airports in Ethiopia, their population, local currency, and frequently asked questions about Mekane Selam, Maji, Gore, Gode, Gambia, Finch, Dolo and more. Which airport are you planning to travel to in Ethiopia? Dire Dawa International Airport? Maybe you're going to Addis Ababa Bole International Airport or the city centre from Axum Airport. With, you can easily book our services online with comfortable, budget-friendly, hygienic, and luxurious transfers from all the airports in Ethiopia. 

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Information about Ethiopia

  • Language: Afar, Somali, Tigrinya, Amharic, Oromo
  • Dialling code: +251
  • Capital: Addis Ababa
  • Currency: Birr (ETB)
  • Time zone: UTC+3 (EAT)
  • Area: 1,104,300 square kilometres
  • Population:  113,656,596
  • Climate: The temperature is shaped by rainfall. The dry weather is from October to February. It is lightly rainy from March to May. From June to September, the heavy rain season affects Ethiopia.
  • National Religion: Christianity and Islam
  • Official Newspapers:  Capital, The Reporter, Ye'Zareyitu Ethiopia, Democratic, Serto Ader, Feteh, Addis Fortune, Ethiopian Herald, Addis Zemen, Addis Neger, Daily Monitor
  • National Emergency Numbers: 911 (Police), 907 (Ambulance), 939 (Fire), 945 (Traffic Police)

 As a landlocked country, Ethiopia, the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia or the Horn of Africa, is situated in the southeast of Africa. Kenya borders it in the south, Eritrea in the north, South Sudan in the west, Djibouti in the northeast, Somalia in the east and northeast, and Sudan in the northwest. With more than 113 million population, it is the 12th most populated country in the world and the second most populous in Africa after Nigeria. 

The capital and largest city are Addis Ababa. In Ethiopia, the most practised religion is Christianity, with a minority of Muslims. As each ethnic group has different traditions and languages, there are 87 native languages in Ethiopia. English is the foreign language most spoken and understood. It is the 28th largest country worldwide, with 113,656,596 million square kilometres. It is an ecologically rich country with deserts in the east, tropical forests in the south, vast highlands, mountains, lakes and numerous rivers. Ethiopia has a tropical monsoon climate. In the highlands, the temperature is more excellent than in other regions. The temperature in the capital ranges between 16°C (60.8°F), with a maximum of 20-25°C (68.0-77.0°F). The nights average between 5-10°C (41.0-50.0°F). The temperature is shaped by rainfall. From October to February, it is the dry season. It is lightly rainy from March to May. From June to September, the heavy rain season affects Ethiopia. 

People & Culture of Ethiopia

Ethiopia is a multi-ethnic country with various ethnic groups such as Omoro (43.4% of the population), Amhara (26.9%), Somali (6.2%), Tigrayan (6.1%), Sidama (4%), Gurage, Welayta, Hadiya, Afar, and Gamo. Such unique acts of coffee serving, folding a dress, cutting an animal, and greeting people are done traditionally. Each ethnic group has their cultural practices and language. The coffee ceremony is the most recognized cultural item. Coffee is served in social gatherings among family and friends. 

The first round of coffee drinking is "awol," the second is "tona," and the third is "baraka." Ethiopians are united to save their cultural identity. It is believed that Ethiopia has a cultural depth. The "habesha" identity, which refers to Ethiopians and Eritreans, is a source of pride for Ethiopians as it determines their culture is different from other African cultures. Ethiopians are modest, cheerful, well-mannered, and selfless and are against showing negative emotions like aggression or pride.

Top Tourist Attractions in Ethiopia

  • Addis Ababa
  • Axum archaeological monuments
  • Ethiopian Traditional Houses
  • Gondar Castles
  • Harar Walled City
  • Konso National Heritage Site
  • Axum Stelae
  • Bale Mountains National Park Trekking
  • "New York" Hoodoos Canyon
  • Simien Mountains National Park Trekking
  • Southern Tribes
  • Tigray Rock Hewn Churches
  • Yeah Temple
  • Lalibela Rock Hewn Churches
  • Lake Assale and Dallol sulfur springs
  • Lake Tana Monasteries
  • Mekelle with Johannes IV
  • Rock-Hewn Churches
  • Blue Nile Falls and Portuguese Bridge
  • Erta Ale Volcano
  • Nechsar National Park

Popular Dishes in Ethiopia

  • Enkulal Ferfer (scrambled eggs)
  • Kitchen (oatmeal)
  • Messer Wot (lentil stew)
  • Fotolia (Greek green beans with carrot, rosemary, onion, tomato, ginger, and garlic)
  • Alecha Ater (split peas with onion, turmeric, cardamom, garlic, and ging)
  • Geno (porridge)
  • Kitfo (minced meat with butter, mitmita, and cardamom)
  • Fasting prefer (injera with onion, berbere, garlic, and chilli pepper)
  • Bula (porridge using butter and enset, Ethiopian banana)
  • Besso Ferfer (lightly roasted whole grain with warm water, butter, and mitmita, an Ethiopian spice)
  • Azifa (pardina lentil)
  • Gomen (spinach) prepared with onion and cardamom, and black cumin served on injera with mitmita
  • Tekel Gomen (a side dish made with cabbage)
  • Chechens (chopped tortilla with butter and berbere)
  • Shiro (spiced chickpeas or bean puree with onions, garlic, and berbere served with injera, pancake-like flatbread)
  • Fasting fit fit (with soya beans, injera, onion, berbere, tomato, garlic, and pepper)
  • Beyayenetu (means "different types," and it has meser, gomen, vegetables, azifa, and Shiro served on a large injera)
  • Keyser (beetroot)
  • Doro Wot (chicken, boiled eggs and spices)
  • Tibs (sliced beef with butter, garlic, chilli, and onion)

Private Airport Transfers in Ethiopia

With its multi-ethnic culture, beautiful landscapes, friendly people, and extensive cuisine, Ethiopia has become a country to visit once again! offers private transfer service and door-to-door transfers from or to any airport in Ethiopia. You can book your transfer online, and we can arrange the rest, so you don't need to worry about getting to the desired location in Ethiopia.

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