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SriLankan Airlines yesterday notified the public about a fake airline survey currently circulating on the Internet and social media, including messenger apps, mentioning SriLankan Airlines is offering free tickets. 


“This is a malicious and false site that is attempting to prey on our valued customers,” the airline said. SriLankan said the ongoing ‘Partner Flies Free’ promotional offer will only be accessed through the airline’s official www.srilankan.com webpage. 

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