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The CEOs of oneworld member airlines today met in London to unveil a radical transformation of the global alliance as it marks the 20th...
SriLankan Airlines said in a statement that it "wishes to clarify its position with regard to the utilization of one of its Airbus A330-200 aircraft.
A Sri Lankan Airlines Airbus A330-200 has been parked at Colombo Bandaranaike International Airport with one engine missing and is not moving. The Airline said...
Oneworld, an airline alliance, started February 1, 1999 and currently has 14 members, thanks to the new addition of Royal Air Maroc.
In view of reducing the traffic at the airport check-in counters, SriLankan Airlines and John Keells Computer Services (JKCS) jointly launched “Evinta Hand Held Check-In” at the Bandaranaike Inter
SriLankan Airlines, the National Airline of Sri Lanka, is delighted to partner with World Travel Awards, for the first ever Indian Ocean Gala ceremony in the Maldives which takes place on May 12.
Malaysia Airlines and SriLankan Airlines today signed an agreement to enhance their longstanding codeshare partnership, signifying a strengthening of the close cooperation between the two Asian carrie
SriLankan Airlines will be removing its present fuel surcharge on fares throughout almost its entire route network effective from January 1, 2009 in order to pass on the benefits of reduced fuel price
SriLankan Airlines has made its Beijing service even more convenient for Chinese passengers and now has a Chinese language Aassistant on board each flight in addition to the airline’s award-winning,
SriLankan Airlines is closely supporting the government’s drive to promote Sri Lanka as a destination of choice in China, which is viewed as one of the fastest-growing, global, tourism markets.
SriLankan Airlines has introduced a fuel surcharge on all airline fares beginning July 1, 2008. The decision to increase fares is due to the unprecedented rise in world fuel prices.
SriLankan Airlines is closely supporting initiatives by the government of Sri Lanka to spark a boom in Middle Eastern tourism to the country by adding more weekly flights to the region.