Girma revealed to The Reporter that he is regarded to serve the national carrier. "I am consistently glad to serve our aircraft. I am resolved to work for the national transporter along with my associates," Girma said.
Girma Wake filled in as CEO of Ethiopian Airlines from 2004 to 2011. Girma joined Ethiopian at a youthful age. He was prepared at the Ethiopian Airlines Aviation Academy and served the aircraft for a long time at different posts. In 1993 he had a few conflicts with the then Ethiopian government authorities and left the aircraft to join Gulf Air. He likewise worked for DHL in the Middle East.
Upon the administration's solicitation, Girma returned to Ethiopian in 2004 to take the CEO position. After effectively rebuilding the carrier he resigned in 2011. In the wake of leaving Ethiopian at 67 years old, Girma served RwandAir as a load up administrator and functioned as a counselor of the Rwandese Minister of Transport. Presently, Girma is the guide of the leader of Togo on flight matters. Matured 75 Girma has a multi-year involvement with the flying business. He is hitched and a dad of five and has eight grandkids.
Girma is additionally board administrator of United Insurance SC, one of the private insurance agencies working in Ethiopia.
On the other side, partners voiced their reservations on the arrangement of Tadesse Tilahun of NOC. Industry sources said that since NOC supplies flight fuel to Ethiopian Airlines Tadesse's arrangement as load up part is an irreconcilable situation.