SriLankan Airlines

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SriLankan Airlines, which began operations in 1979, has re-invented itself in the recent past, winning numerous global awards and establishing a firm reputation as a leader among Asian airlines in service, comfort, reliability, and punctuality. As the National Carrier of Sri Lanka, SriLankan is proud to take to the air the qualities of warmth, caring and friendliness that are a distinct part of Sri Lanka’s culture.


SriLankan is a network carrier, with rapid connections that link Europe and the Middle East on one side with Southeast Asia and the Far East on the other.

It is also one of the largest foreign carriers operating to India, with 90 weekly flights to 11 destinations, and the largest carrier into the Maldives with direct flights from Europe.

SriLankan now serves 45 destinations in 25 countries in Europe, the Middle East, South Asia, Southeast Asia, and the Far East.

Major destinations include London, Paris, Frankfurt, Tokyo, Rome, Hong Kong, Beijing, Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, New Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai, and Dubai.

SriLankan’s main global hub is Colombo’s Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA), with rapid connections throughout the network. BIA has earned a reputation as the finest airport in South Asia. It has a new terminal with aerobridges, comfortable lounges, and a duty free shopping complex that is second to none in the region.

The SriLankan fleet contains Airbus A340, A330 and A320 aircraft. Seating is in a 2-class system of Business and Economy classes. All seats are equipped with the latest in-flight entertainment with 18-channel seat-back television, 22-channel audio and 16 video games in all seats, with Business Class having a choice of videos as well.

Location

SriLankan Airlines Ltd.
Airline Centre, Bandaranaike International Airport
Katunayake, Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka

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+94 19733 5555, +94 197 33 5500
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+94 197 33 5122, +94 197 33 5314

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