Gulf Air and SriLankan Airlines have entered into a codeshare partnership with effect from December 18, 2019, significantly enhancing the travel options of their respective valued customers.
Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, in partnership with Le Ceylan & Ceylon in style, a leading destination management company in Sri Lanka recently arranged a familiarisation trip for tour operators from Amman to Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Aiming to accommodate the increased travel demand to and from Sri Lanka, Qatar Airways has recently announced the addition of a fourth daily flight from Hamad International Airport to Colombo’s Bandaranaike International Airport as of August 01.
For the first time in Sri Lanka’s aviation history, Emirates will launch its double-deck Airbus A380 aircraft on a one-off flight to Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA) on August 14.
Sri Lanka Tourism Promotion Bureau announced that arrivals from the Middle East to the island surged to 101,066 in 2015, up from less that 89,000 in 2014, as the Asian country recorded the highest number of travellers in its history with 1.8 million visitors.
Emirates SkyCargo is the ideal partner for [Sri Lanka]. “West Asia has always been an important growth region for SkyCargo. Over the past 30 years, we have seen the route perform very well, with increasing volumes of cargo carried out of
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Sun Siyam Resorts’ Sun Aqua brand has launched its second property, Sun Aqua Vilu Reef, a refurbished resort on the bite-sized gem of Meedhuffushi Island in the heart of the South Nilandhe Atoll, Maldives.
RIU Hotels & Resorts has embarked on a new project which will make it the first Spanish