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Sri Lanka’s largest online travel company, recently launched the ‘Fly Out For Free’ offer for Standard Chartered credit cardholders and gave them the chance to fly to any destination for free. 
The offer was launched at midnight on March 16, 2015 and all 100 air tickets were booked in just 24 hours. Standard Chartered and will now extend the offer on March 26, 2015 and an additional 50 free air tickets will be provided via the new offer.
Now customers can fly for free from Sri Lanka to any destination, on any day of the week and on any class of travel. With this offer, Standard Chartered credit cardholders will be charged for the total number of tickets they purchase and they will receive a refund on the base fare of their ticket, in the form of a cash-back transaction. The cash-back (a maximum of Rs.50,000) will be credited to the cardholder’s credit card account, no later than April 25, 2015. In order to be eligible for the Fly Out For Free offer, cardholders must book a minimum of two tickets using their credit card, additionally only Standard Chartered credit cardholders will be able to use the free air ticket. 
The Fly Out For Free offer has received an overwhelming response from and Standard Chartered customers alike. Following the launch of the offer,’s website traffic increased by five-fold and all 100 seats were booked by the first day of the offer.  In order not to disappoint its customers, and Standard Chartered will relaunch the offer on March 26 at 12:00 noon and will be providing 50 Standard Chartered credit cardholders with a free flight on a first come first served basis. 
Commenting on the offer, Director Sales and Marketing Thushan Shanmugarajah stated, “ is Sri Lanka’s first and largest online travel company and we are dedicated to continuously offering our customers exceptional value for money. We regularly partner with reputed banks to provide customers with amazing offers and the very best deals available in the market-place. We are extremely proud to partner with Standard Chartered and we are delighted to extend this offer due to the high demand for it.”  
Also commenting on the partnership, Standard Chartered Head Retail Clients Sanjay Wijemanne stated, “With the popularity of overseas travel increasing, we aspire to provide our cardholders with real savings and we also want to provide them with an opportunity to discover new horizons. We are also proud to partner with This offer has been immensely successful and we look forward to collaborating with in the future, to provide our cardholders with an array of exceptional deals and experiences.”
Since its launch in 2012, has become Sri Lanka’s ultimate one-stop travel shop, providing the best travel deals available in the market-place. The site allows customers to search, compare and book affordable flights and hotels around the world.  
The company was also the very first in Sri Lanka to provide an online reservations system that enabled customers to confirm bookings without submitting a credit card payment. has revolutionized the travel industry in Sri Lanka and also provides customers with many special offers and promotions throughout the year in partnership with leading global and local banks.

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