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Emirates A380 lands in Colombo

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An Emirates A380 aircraft landed at Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA) today, helping Sri Lanka and the airport achieve an aviation milestone.

Transport and Aviation Minister Nimal Siripala de Silva was at the airport to greet Abdul Hameed Abdul Fattah Kazhim Al-Mulla, UAE Ambassador to Sri Lanka and Emirates' senior vice president commercial (West Asia & Indian Ocean) Ahmed Khoory who were among the VIPs on the flight - the first A380 commercial flight to the country. (Pix by Pradeep DiDilrukshana and T.K.G Kapila)

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