The sunny Ethiopian capital city is served by Bole International Airport (ADD) Addis Ababa, located some 11 miles east of the city center in the district of Bole. Formerly known as Haile Selassie Airport, Bole International Airport (ADD) Addis Ababa revealed great improvements in 2003 when it opened both a new runway and newly constructed international terminal. It functions as the primary hub for national carrier Ethiopian Airlines who along with about a dozen other carriers offer flights to Bole International Airport (ADD) Addis Ababa from cities around the region and beyond. Available nonstop routes include cities like Paris, Hong Kong, Accra, Beijing, Washington, Rome, Bangkok, Riyadh, Brussels, Amsterdam, Istanbul, Frankfurt, Cairo, Dubai, London and Delhi. Those booking flights to Bole International Airport (ADD) Addis Ababa can look forward to a reasonable amount of traveler comforts upon their arrival. Airport services include banks, ATMs, currency exchange, post office, gift shops and duty-free shopping, tourism information and several restaurants, cafés and snack options. Ground transportation is quite limited, passengers are advised to arrange transfer before arrival or use an official National Tour Operator Taxi, which can be acquired at an official taxi stand. Additionally, some hotels as well as Ethiopian Airlines sometimes operate shuttles for passengers coming off Flights to Bole International Airport (ADD) Addis Ababa.