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Sri Lanka has invited bids for SriLankan Airlines as the island nation looks to reduce losses incurred by government-owned enterprises under a USD 2.9 billion International Monetary Fund (IMF) programme. The airline, one of Sri Lanka’s biggest loss-making state enterprises, has struggled in recent years with a fall in tourism because of the COVID-19 pandemic […]Continue Reading
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Emirates and SriLankan Airlines have signed a reciprocal interline agreement to boost connectivity for passengers of both airlines. The partnership will enable access to new points on each other’s networks via Colombo and Dubai, utilising a single ticket and offering the convenience of baggage transfers. Tickets are now on sale for travel effective immediately as […]Continue Reading
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SriLankan Airlines is pursuing a two-pronged strategy of increasing frequency to key cities in India and flying to 3 to 4 additional destinations. “First, the plan is to increase frequency… double daily helps customers. With [enhanced] frequency you can generate more traffic,” Richard Nuttall, CEO, SriLankan Airlines said. Chennai, Coimbatore, Madurai, Mumbai, Delhi, Continue Reading
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SriLankan Airlines has appointed AVIAREPS as its PR representative in India with immediate effect. The appointment was made as the airline seeks to strengthen its brand among Indian travellers with an ultimate goal to jump-start Indian outbound travel to Sri Lanka. AVIAREPS will play a pivotal role in positioning SriLankan as a top-of-mind recall for […]Continue Reading
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SriLankan Airlines has appointed AVIAREPS as its PR representative in India with immediate effect. The appointment was made as the airline seeks to strengthen its brand among Indian travellers with an ultimate goal to jump-start Indian outbound travel to Sri Lanka. AVIAREPS will play a pivotal role in positioning SriLankan as a top-of-mind recall for […]Continue Reading
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The conference will help the country’s tourism recovery initiative SriLankan Airlines, in order to support the country’s tourism recovery drive, will be hosting over 150 international travel agents in Sri Lanka for a commercial conference and a travel mart in mid-November this year. This will be the first time in recent history that such a […]Continue Reading
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