Flight times changed on Sunday due to launch of experimental flight

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SriLankan Airlines advised its passengers that the departure and arrival timings of several flights at Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA) tomorrow (3) have been changed due to the launch of an experimental flight over the Indian Ocean by a country in the region on this day.

Issuing a statement the airlines said that it regrets any inconvenience caused to our valued customers, due to a factor that is beyond the airline’s control. 

For more information please contact your travel agent or contact SriLankan call center on 1979 from any telecommunication service provider.
www.srilankan.com 

The following changes have been made to scheduled flight times on Sunday 3rd June (all times are local):

1)      UL318/19 on 03rd June will be advanced.

Departure

Departure Time

Arrival

Arrival Time

Colombo     

00.35 a.m.

Kuala Lumpur       

06.55 a.m.

Kuala Lumpur       

07.55 a.m.

Colombo     

09.00 a.m.

 

2)      UL306/7 on 03rd June will be advanced.

Departure

Departure Time

Arrival

Arrival Time

Colombo     

00.01 a.m.

Singapore        

06.40 a.m.

Singapore        

07.40 a.m.

Colombo     

09.00 a.m.

 

3)      UL402/3 on 03rd June will be advanced

Departure

Departure Time

Arrival

Arrival Time

Colombo     

00.45 a.m.

Bangkok       

05.50 a.m.

Bangkok       

06.50 a.m.

Colombo     

08.40 a.m.

 

4)      UL314 on 03rd June will be advanced.

Departure

Departure Time

Arrival

Arrival Time

Colombo     

06.30 a.m.

Kuala Lumpur       

12.50 pm

 

5)      UL302 on 03rd June will be advanced.

Departure

Departure Time

Arrival

Arrival Time

Colombo     

06.25 a.m.

Singapore  

13.00 p.m.

 

 

6)      UL318 on 03rd June.

Departure

Departure Time

Arrival

Arrival Time

Colombo     

00.35 a.m.

Kuala Lumpur  

06.55 a.m.

 

7)      UL306 on 03rd June.

Departure

Departure Time

Arrival

Arrival Time

Colombo     

00.01 a.m.

Singapore  

06.40 a.m.

8)      UL402 on 03rd June.

Departure

Departure Time

Arrival

Arrival Time

Colombo     

00.45 a.m.

Bangkok       

05.50 a.m.

  Comments - 9

  • Unchikun Saturday, 02 June 2018 10:57 AM

    Fishy or birdy, how come only Sri Lankan flights,

    James ingram Saturday, 02 June 2018 12:42 PM

    Why is Sri Lanka not revealing the country of for rejoin? Are these poor soles paid to do that ? As the national airline are they part of a military axis?

    Pachaya Saturday, 02 June 2018 12:50 PM

    That's interesting. An experimental flight to change whole system. Something fishy. Why do they expect traffic congestion in the sky.

    Peter Harridon Saturday, 02 June 2018 02:10 PM

    What is the experiment? And the country involved?

    Arnold Saturday, 02 June 2018 02:17 PM

    What experimental flight?

    Vernon Saturday, 02 June 2018 04:06 PM

    Why should the launch of an experimental flight over the Indian Ocean by a country in the region on this day, change flight times of Lankan? Please give some acceptable and logical explanation for the passengers

    Hari mani Saturday, 02 June 2018 04:33 PM

    I bet it was a China. It is evident that Chinese are militarizing the South China Sea area and convenient using srilanka to militarize Indian ocean too..

    Rocket man Saturday, 02 June 2018 04:59 PM

    It's going to be the president of America's experimental flight to attend the summit in Singapore with North Korean rocket man.

    Abdul Hameed Monday, 04 June 2018 04:02 AM

    India is testing agni missile over indian ocean. Do you think fooling people will gain something.


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