Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa serves as the home base for Ethiopia Airlines. It was established in 1945 and offers both domestic and foreign flights. It belongs to SkyTeam and Star Alliance. The airport where it is based is called Bole International Airport. The second-biggest airline on the African continent is Ethiopian Airlines, which is the largest airline in Africa. There is also the largest airline in East Africa. Ethiopian Airlines currently travels to roughly 30 locations on 6 continents.
Each traveler on Ethiopian Airlines is allowed to check a purse and a personal item weighing up to 5kg for free. Each ticket has a different handbag capacity. Travelers in business class are allowed to carry two bags totaling 7 kg, whereas travelers in economy class are only allowed to take one bag weighing 7 kg. While you are free to carry your laptop, coat, camera, and a tonne of other things that are considered personal belongings. This cap applies to all passengers equally.
Ethiopian Airlines allows economy travelers to check two baggage up to 23 kilograms each. While travelers traveling in the Cloud Nine or Business class are allowed either two 32 kg or three 23 kg luggage. The bag's or item's combined size, including length, width, and height, should not exceed 62 inches. Bags that are bigger than the allowed amount can be considered excess bags.