Lankan offers free holiday on online bookings
Dubai, May 7, 2009
SriLankan Airlines is offering its customers in the UAE a free holiday in Sri Lanka on all online bookings made on www.srilankan.aero between May 1 and 31.
Passengers in the UAE can now book their tickets online and pay by credit card through a secure payment gateway. All they need to do is print the ticket and bring it to the airport for check-in or they have the option of checking in online too.
All passengers buying tickets for their return travel out of the UAE would be eligible to win a two nights / three days free holiday in Sri Lanka for two. The package includes return air travel from the UAE and twin share accommodation on Bed & breakfast basis and inclusive of return air travel - Dubai or Abu Dhabi / Colombo.
At the same time, people booking their tickets online during the period of the ATM Fair from May 5 to 8, will also stand a never-to-be-missed chance to win back their cash, ie the fare paid for the ticket.
Every 25th lucky passenger will be given his or her cash back on a daily basis during the ATM.
The website also offers passengers a number of other services including pre-booking their onboard duty-free purchases and meal preferences.
SriLankan has turned itself into an award-winning airline in recent years. Its accolades include 'Best Airline' in the Central Asia / Subcontinent region for four consecutive years, 'World's Friendliest Cabin Crew', First Runner-Up for 'World’s Best Cabin Staff', 'World’s Best Airline' in a survey of Economy class passengers, 'World’s Best Inflight Entertainment' for a small airline, and 'Best Airline Turnaround of the Year 2004'.-TradeArabia News Service
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