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Mihin flies Tamil Nadu Chamber of Commerce delegation to Sri Lanka

2015-02-19 04:46:14
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Mihin Lanka, Sri Lanka’s national low-cost carrier, proudly flew the members of the Tamil Nadu Chamber of Commerce and Industries (TCCI) from Madurai to Sri Lanka.

 

The delegation recently flew to the island for a variety of business meetings which were focused on strengthening bilateral trade ties and business linkages between t he Tamil Nadu and Sri Lankan business communities.

The Madurai-headquartered TCCI has more t han 6,500 business and industry member organisations under its wing and is recognized as one of India’s most powerful business chambers.

Mihin Lanka is a leading low-cost airline in South Asia that operates flights to many destinations in the Indian subcontinent, the Middle East and South East Asia.Since its launch i n 2007, Mihin Lanka has come a long way, becoming one of the region’s most admired affordable travel brands.


  Comments - 2

  • Senator Friday, 20 February 2015 11:34

    Paid or unpaid tourists?

    Reply : 3       2

    anii Saturday, 28 February 2015 23:28

    Great , why not mihin Lanka starts flight to KSAI am sure there will enough and more passengersplease consider this in the near future

    Reply : 0       2

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