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SriLankan Airlines

SriLankan Airlines Limited (previously known as Air Lanka) is the flag carrier airline of Sri Lanka. It operates a fleet of thirteen Airbus aircraft to destinations in the Pacific Rim and Europe from its main base and center at Colombo - Bandaranaike World airfield. Air Lanka was set up by the govt of Sri Lanka in July 1979 following the closure of Air Ceylon in 1978. Air Lanka, which was state owned, was part-privatized to the Dubai based Emirates Group in 1998 when Emirates and the Sri Lankan Central authority signed an understanding for a ten-year strategic partnership. This agreement included sole rights for all aircraft ground handling and airline catering at Colombo-Bandaranaike airfield for a ten-year period.

SriLankan Airfares on Sale

Adelaide to Mumbai$1,280
Adelaide to Colombo$1,318
Adelaide to Delhi$1,087

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SriLankan flys to:

Amsterdam, Bangkok, Mumbai, Delhi, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Geneva, Kuala Lumpur, Los Angeles, London - Heathrow, Manchester, Munich, Singapore, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth

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A close look at Iron Deficiency Anaemia - dailymirror.lk
It is known to be a common problem with a significant incidence in the Sri Lankan community, but often goes un-diagnosed due to the lack of awareness. We spoke to Dr. Vindya Wellella, Registrar in Medicine,Teaching Hospital Karapitiya, Galle, to ...
Rajapaksa administration owes SriLankan Rs.122mn: Officer - Daily Mirror
A total of Rs.122.3 million is owed to SriLankan by the Presidential Secretariat, the Foreign Affairs Ministry and the Commonwealth Games Committee for charted flights they have booked between 2006 and 2014, SriLankan Airlines Network Planning ...
Exclusive: In conversation with Chinthaka Weerasinghe, Nothern India Manager, Srilankan Airlines - Zee Business
Exclusive: In conversation with Chinthaka Weerasinghe, Nothern India Manager, Srilankan Airlines. Updated: November 23, 2018 20:24 pm. Sri Lankan Airlines completes 25 years in India. In this segment of Zee Business watch an exclusive conversation ...
SriLankan Airlines expands service to India - Travel News | eTurboNews
SriLankan Airlines has plans to increase its network in India, where it already flies to 13 points. The island nation line has rights to fly to 25 cities. Chinthaka Weerasinghe, Manager of Northern India of the airline, said in Delhi on November 23 ...
Sri Lanka President says scrapped Chandrasena, Godahewa appointments - EconomyNext
ECONOMYNEXT - Sri Lanka's President Maithripala Sirisena said he had opposed the appointments of Kapila Chandrasena as Chairman to SriLankan Airlines and Nalaka Godahewa to Sri Lanka Insurance. ";The person at SriLankan had been removed,"; ...
The global launch of Sri Lanka's most exclusive residential development celebrated at the Dorchester in London - Daily Mirror
... Sapphire Residences, celebrated its global launch on Wednesday 14th November in the prestigious surroundings of The Dorchester in London, in the presence of Her Excellency Manisha Gunasekera, Sri Lankan High Commissioner to the United Kingdom ...
SriLankan Airlines plans to fly to more destinations in India - ft.lk
PTI: SriLankan Airlines plans to connect more Indian cities with Colombo as India is an important market for the carrier. Currently, the national carrier of Sri Lanka operates 122 flights every week from 13 destinations in India. “India will be an ...
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PM-related investigations to continue, says Sri Lankan president - CNBCTV18
Sri Lanka's president on Sunday assured non-interference in ongoing investigations into abductions, killings of journalists and other crimes allegedly committed by those connected to the new prime minister and his Cabinet. President Maithripala ...
SriLankan Airlines plans to connect more Indian destinations - Devdiscourse
SriLankan Airlines plans to connect more Indian cities with Colombo as India is an important market for the carrier, a senior official said Friday. Currently, the national carrier of Sri Lanka operates 122 flights every week from 13 destinations in ...