An Emirates A380 plane with more than 500 people on board had to make an emergency landing in Sri Lanka on Friday due to a "technical fault", aviation officials said.
The aircraft was en route to Dubai from Sydney when i
Rotana Jet, a leading UAE-based domestic airline, has announced Colombo and Mattala in Sri Lanka as its new destination, effective April 9.
The airline will operate three flights per week from Al Bateen Airport in Abu Dhabi to Sri
Royal Jordanian, the kingdom’s national carrier, is set to suspend flights to Alexandria, Colombo and Milan, according to its operating plan this year.
The routes proved to be infeasible as the number of passengers to and fr
AirAsia X Berhad, a Malaysia-based long-haul budget carrier, is set to launch flights to two new destinations - Colombo (Sri Lanka) and Male (Maldives).
AirAsia X will commence its first of four weekly flights into Bandaranaike In
Dubai-based Emirates, one of the world’s fastest growing airlines, will add three more flights per week to Colombo from June 30 to meet rising demand.
The additional services, which will operate between Dubai and Colombo on
Turkish Airlines, the national flag carrier of Turkey, has started flights to Colombo, Sri Lanka, operating five days a week.
Colombo makes it the airline’s 219th destination and 98th country, a statement from the company sa
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
Emirates airline has opened its exclusive new lounge at Colombo's Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA), the first to be set up at the airport by an international airline. Tim Clark, president of Emirates airline, and Mohammed Matt
Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa on Sunday said natural gas has been found off the Indian Ocean island nation, in a well Cairn India said required more exploration to see if it is commercially viable.
Cairn, a subsidiary of London-li
There is an increasing demand for highly qualified professionals in various sectors, providing a great incentive for top Sri Lankan executives employed abroad to return home and benefit from the economic revival, said an expert.