Wednesday, November 16, 2016

SriLankan Airlines increase flights to India by 20%

SriLankan Airlines has increased its flight services to India by over 20 percent in the last three months, making it the fifth largest international airlines operating in the country in terms of both number of services as well as seat capacity. The Sri Lankan national carrier, which is also a part of the 14-members global airlines grouping, Oneworld, has added four cities -- Kolkata, Madurai, Bodh Gaya and Varanasi -- in its network during this period, according to a release. With the addition of 19 flights per week to India from 88 earlier, SriLankan has surpassed 100 flights per week mark, it said. This has made SriLankan the fifth largest foreign carrier operating to India in terms of both number of flights and total seat capacity, with 107 flights per week, the release said.
This has made SriLankan the fifth largest foreign carrier operating to India in terms of both number of flights and total seat capacity, with 107 flights per week, the release said. The Colombo-headquartered airline now operates to 11 Indian cities with the addition of four more destinations in October/November this year, it said.
15/11/16 PTI/Moneycontrol.com

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