Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – The hotel lobbies in Addis Ababa are bustling with Ethiopian Airlines travellers in transit, almost a week after Sunday’s crash that left 157 people of more than 30 nationalities dead.
The accident appears not to have put off travellers from choosing to fly with the continent’s largest airline, as measured by by profit and revenue.
Three days after the deadly disaster, Veronica Mwangi flew with the airline from the Kenyan capital, Nairobi to Addis Ababa to attend a forum.
“People close to me were very concerned. They were anxious,” Mwangi, a lawyer, told Al…