Royal Jordanian (RJ), the national flag carrier, has signed a new free-sale codeshare agreement with SriLankan Airlines.
Under the agreement, SriLankan Airlines may sell as many seats between Amman and Colombo as RJ, with no limitation
SriLankan Airlines will join oneworld, adding one of Asia’s fastest growing airlines to the world’s leading quality airline alliance. Its election as a oneworld member designate was announced as the chief executives of the alliance’s
SriLankan Airlines passengers transiting Colombo can now avail the airline’s offer of extending its hotel accommodation service for transit passengers for up to 48 hours for a nominal fee.
“SriLankan Airlines would like even our transit pa
SriLankan Cargo has introduced Air-Conditioned Storage Area to its wide range of facilities at Colombo’s Bandaranaike International Airport.
SriLankan Cargo is pleased to introduce yet another value-added service to our customers, strength
The national carriers of Sri Lanka and the UAE, SriLankan Airlines and Etihad Airways, have entered into a codesharing agreement to boost the route networks of both airlines.
SriLankan began codesharing on Etihad flights to Amman, Geneva,
The airline industry will have to opt for a fundamental re-pricing of fares if fuel prices do not stabilise, SriLankan Airlines has warned.
Announcing a fuel surcharge on all tickets, the airline said fuel consists of 52 per cent of the ai
Sri Lanka has reported a surge in tourist industry arrivals in the first quarter of this year. The highest performer during the period was the Middle East, which registered an increase of 80.6 per cent in comparison with 2007 according to the Sri
SriLankan Airlines is set to launch ‘SmiLes’, its new frequent flyer programme which promises a wide range of exciting rewards for passengers of Sri Lanka’s award-winning national carrier.
The airline’s previous frequent flyer programme, S
SriLankan Airlines is fast turning Colombo into a hub for air travel, steadily increasing the number of passengers in transit through the island’s international airport.
Three years ago, only 28 per cent of passengers carried by SriLankan