We flew ET from
Dullus Int Airport, Washington D.C. to Kilimanjaro International Airport, Tanzania, Africa,
stopping off in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on the way both directions.
The flights were generally very nice and
as comfortable as a 12+ hour flight in economy class seats can be.
The flight crew was very professional and courteous.
We received good food and drinks.
We requested vegetarian meals and they were very good for airline food.
The cabin crew is generally flexible,
allowing passengers to help themselves to non-alcoholic drinks, especially water,
when they are not busy distributing food and drinks themselves.
The in-flight entertainment was adequate.
On these long flights, there is a TV for each seat on the back of the seat in front of it.
There was a choice of several dozen movies in ~ a dozen different categories.
There were also some games and audio programs to listen too.
And of course the flight info with maps showing were we were and flight statistics.
The seats themselves were nice.
The back reclined back more that other seats I had and
the seat part slides forward as back reclines for a more comfortable way to sleep.
On the return flight each seat had a package with an eye-sleeping mask, toothbrush/paste and socks.
But the eye-mask is in ET colors that don't really block out any light so I used my own.
We also had a blanket and pillow for use on the flight.
See my other review on booking flights directly with ET and DON'T.
My only criticism of ET is never book with them directly.
Always use a travel agent or other airline.