NITN | @indiablooms | 19 Sep 2023, 03:06 pm
Photo Courtesy: UNI
Colombo/UNI: SriLankan Airlines and Emirates have entered into a reciprocal interline agreement aimed at bolstering connectivity for travelers.
This partnership promises seamless access to diverse destinations within each other's extensive networks, all via the transit hubs of Colombo and DubaPassengers will benefit from the ease of a single ticket purchase and the convenience of hassle-free baggage transfers.
Under this strategic interline agreement, Emirates passengers will gain access to a network of 15 regional destinations operated by SriLankan Airlines through Colombo.
SriLankan Airlines passengers will have the opportunity to connect to 15 key cities served by Emirates, spanning the Middle East, Africa, Russia, and the United States.
Richard Nuttall, the Chief Executive Officer of SriLankan Airlines, expressed his enthusiasm for this partnership.
"The collaboration offers an array of choices for travelers to connect to and from Sri Lanka, catering to the needs of both our domestic and international passengers."
"Moreover, it extends support to the burgeoning tourism industry in the beautiful 'Pearl of the Indian Ocean," Nuttall said.
- Over 300 flights cancelled after Tokyo airport collision killing 5; the plane was cleared to land
- New discount membership club from Kuwait’s Jazeera Airways, avail special introductory rates
- Air India deploys newly inducted Boeing 777s in Mumbai-USA routes
- SriLankan Airlines, Emirates forge interline agreement to enhance passenger connectivity
- Malaysia Airlines introduces new services between Kuala Lumpur and three Indian cities
- United Airlines increases non stop flights between New Delhi and New York
- Qatar Airways expands network with inaugural direct flights to Lyon, France
- Air India launches Upgrade+ to simplify purchased cabin upgrades
- American Airlines expands routes and international destination at Miami Airport
- Etihad Airways enhances connectivity with daily flights between Abu Dhabi and Kochi
Tokyo: Airlines were forced to cancel over 300 flights following the collision between a Japan Coast Guard aircraft and a Japan Airlines passenger plane at Tokyo's Haneda Airport on Tuesday evening even as reports said the plane was cleared to land ahead of the tragedy.
New Delhi/NITN: Regular flyers on Jazeera Airways, Kuwait’s low-cost carrier, can now avail a host of discounts and benefits by enrolling for the new membership club introduced by the airline, recently.
Gurugram: Air India, a global airline in India, has initiated the deployment of its recently acquired Boeing 777 aircraft to serve all three non-stop routes from Mumbai to the United States.