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  • Salam Air and Thai Air Asia touched down at the BIA on Thursday

By T.K.G. Kapila  

Two airlines that had suspended flights to Sri Lanka due to the COVID-19 pandemic, have resumed their operations, the BIA duty officer said.   

Accordingly, two flights, Salam Air and Thai Air Asia touched down at the Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA) on Thursday. 


A flight operated by Salam Air arrived at the BIA from Muscat, Oman carrying 75 passengers, while a Thai Air Asia cargo aircraft landed at the BIA on Thursday night. 

 

  • A flight operated by Salam Air arrived at the BIA from Muscat, Oman carrying 75 passengers

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