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Emirates and SriLankan Airlines have signed a reciprocal interline settlement to spice up connectivity for passengers of each airways. The partnership will allow entry to new factors on one another’s networks through Colombo and Dubai, utilising a single ticket and having fun with the comfort of luggage transfers.
Tickets are actually on sale for journey efficient instantly because the interline partnership unlocks 15 regional locations operated by SriLankan Airlines through Colombo, for Emirates’ passengers to select from. The interline community consists of two new Indian locations, Madurai and Tiruchirapally, along with Gan Island within the Maldives, for patrons to journey seamlessly on a single ticket whereas having fun with the comfort of a beneficiant baggage coverage and hassle-free baggage check-through to the ultimate vacation spot. Far East and South Asian locations additionally embrace Cochin, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Malé, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Jakarta, Guangzhou, Seoul and Tokyo.
SriLankan Airlines’ passengers are additionally set to profit from entry to Emirates’ international community and join to fifteen cities operated by Emirates past Dubai. The interline community consists of factors throughout the Middle East, Africa, Russia and the US. SriLankan’s prospects will get pleasure from a premium journey expertise and partnership advantages whereas flying on Emirates to Bahrain, Amman, Dammam, Medina, Cairo, Muscat, Nairobi, Moscow, Tel Aviv, and a number of US cities together with New York JFK, Los Angeles, San Franciso, Chicago, Boston and Houston.*
Adnan Kazim, Emirates’ Chief Commercial Officer stated: “We are pleased to activate an interline partnership with SriLankan and provide our customers with more choice and access to additional destinations to suit their travel plans. This partnership enables customers to seamlessly fly to unique destinations in India and the Maldives, via Colombo. We look forward to further developing our cooperation in the near future and enhancing benefits that customers can enjoy when travelling with Emirates and SriLankan on one ticket.”
Richard Nuttall, Chief Executive Officer of SriLankan Airlines acknowledged: “We are happy to announce our renewed interline collaboration with Emirates. SriLankan is committed to providing connectivity to Sri Lanka from around the world and we work with many partners to access cities we don’t fly to. Emirates is a truly global airline and has a long history in Sri Lanka and it gives us real pleasure to work with them. The partnership provides more options to connect to and from Sri Lanka, assisting both Sri Lankan passengers at home and abroad, and supports tourism growth to the Pearl of the Indian Ocean.”
Sri Lanka continues to be an essential a part of the Emirates community spanning virtually 140 locations. Emirates launched its providers to Sri Lanka in 1986 and since then has caried greater than 11 million passengers to and from Colombo. The airline presently offers two direct each day flights to Colombo, utilising the Boeing 777-300ER, in addition to an extra each day service through Malé, offering prospects flexibility to decide on flights and benefit from the comfort of minimal connection occasions. It is the one worldwide provider to serve the nation with First Class providers – providing passengers world-class merchandise and superior consolation within the air and on-ground.
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