Having served the sector for years, SriLankan Airlines is a identified entity on the Middle East- Colombo route, with the airline’s famed requirements of service and hospitality, becoming 1 of the chief attractions for vacationers and company travellers picking to fly SriLankan Airlines.
Significantly, 23% of the total passenger count on the GCC-Colombo sector, comprises of Middle Eastern company and leisure travellers, either creating a holiday trip to appreciate some of Sri Lanka’s numerous-splendoured delights, or company guests travelling to make bargains in Colombo or other Asian or Australian destinations. The tie-up with the oneworld alliance, has additional enhanced site visitors flows to the airline from their partners, creating Colombo a expanding transport hub.
At ATM, the airline from the Emerald Isle pulled out the stops to attract even much more vacationers and company travellers from the area, by leveraging the massive pulling energy of the Indian Ocean island paradise combined with seamless onward connections to India, Southeast, East Asia as nicely as to Australia.
With inbound tourist numbers on the upswing, SriLankan Airlines is engaged in active interactions with travel market selection makers from across the wider area, most of whom will be attending Arabian Travel Market, the top international trade occasion for travel and tourism market in the Middle East and beyond.
“We regard Arabian Travel Market as an important stage to reach the travel industry professionals in the Middle East, which is one of our most important source destinations,” mentioned Dimuthu Tennakoon, Head of Worldwide Sales and Distribution, SriLankan Airlinnes. “It is important to be present here to both interact and network with our regional travel trade partners as also acquaint them with our latest product offerings and future developments.”
Responding to expanding demand from the area, SriLankan Airlines has lately boosted its solutions with every day flights to Colombo from Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Doha, Riyadh, Muscat, Bahrain and Kuwait to 68 flights a week. The airline is also seeking at escalating connectivity to other components of the Gulf based on demand.
SriLankan Airlines these days flies an all Airbus fleet, which contains the state-of-the-art A330-300 and A320neo aircraft connecting to 105 destinations in 47 nations (which includes codeshare operations). Launched in 1979, Sri Lanka’s National Carrier is an award winning airline with a strong reputation for service, comfort, security, reliability, and punctuality.
Information Source: Muscat Daily