Saturday, April 29, 2006

Sri Lankan Airlines hikes airfares on Indian routes

Colombo: SriLankan Airlines will raise its fuel surcharge on all Indian routes by $10 from May 5, to partially offset galloping energy prices, the airline said on Friday.
Ticket prices for other destinations will go up by $30 for European routes and $20 for Middle East and Far East, its Chief Commercial Officer, Mr Barry Brown said.
The fee will not be applicable on tickets bought before April 30, the airline said.
SriLankan is the largest foreign carrier operating into India, and now serves nine destinations - New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Trichy, Trivandrum, Calicut, Bangalore, Hyd erabad, and Kochi.
28/04/06 Hindu Business Line

0 Comments: