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SriLankan flight suspension extended till May 15

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The suspension of scheduled flights of SriLankan Airlines due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has been extended till May 15, the Airlines said.

"We, at SriLankan Airlines, regret very much to inform our valued passengers that the Airline is compelled to extend the temporary suspension of its scheduled passenger flights till 15th of May 2020 in view of the travel restrictions imposed by the destinations we operate to due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Further, the Airlines’ cargo services will continue to operate from its worldwide network and special flights as and when required. 

For further information, passengers are advised to contact their travel/issuing agent, the nearest SriLankan Airlines office or SriLankan Airlines 24 Hour Contact Center on +94117771979'the Airlines said.

  Comments - 2

  • Mohamed Muthu Wappa M.M Sunday, 26 April 2020 07:36 PM

    We Earnestly Invoke ALMIGHTY's Blessings for COMPLETE ERADICATION OF THIS DREADFUL COVID19 ENDEMIC EPIDEMIC DISEASES OUTBREAK FROM THE WORLD TOTALLY SOON. The resumption of My Favourite Trusted SRI LANKAN Airlines God Willing will Resume Scheduled Operations as envisaged. Pray God Endow Entire Citizens of the UNIVERSE Sound HEALTH LONGLIVES and Clean Bills of Health. Wish to Be on Board UL Soon. Ameen.

    Samson Sunday, 26 April 2020 09:04 PM

    Are you sure you are going to fly after 15th.

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