Addis Ababa Airport Informational Guide to Addis Ababa Bole International Airport (ADD) - Non Official

Addis Ababa Airport Terminals

Addis Ababa Airport is the main international gateway to Ethiopia. It serves flights to destinations in Europe, Asia, North and South America, being one of the busiest airports in Africa.

It is also an important hub in the African continent due to host the Aviation Academy Centre.

Addis Ababa Airport has two passenger terminals for both international and domestic flights. 

Present & Future

There is on the table the project of a new international airport at the town of Mojo, located 65 kilometres south of Addis Ababa.

It is expected that its completion will be in five years from 2019 and once completed, it will be able to host 120 million passengers annually.

Transfer between terminals

You can transfer between terminals by a walkthrough that connects both buildings.

A free shuttle service is available.

Terminal 1

Addis Ababa Terminal 1 hosts exclusively domestic and regional flights within Ethiopia.

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Terminal 2

Addis Ababa Terminal 2 hosts all the international flights.

It is a modern terminal building that meets the international standards.

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VIP Terminal

There’s also a VIP Terminal.