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Inspecting future plans of Ratmalana Airport

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Aviation and Export Zones Development State Minister D.V.Chanaka visited the Colombo International Airport at Ratmalana on Monday to discuss the future development plans of the Airport.

Airport & Aviation Services Sri Lanka (AASL) Ltd Chairman Major General (Rtd) G. A. Chandrasiri accompanied the State Minister along with AASL Directors Thilak Weerasinghe and Deirdre De Livera.

The Minister had a site inspection to identify the current situation and development needs of the airport.On the same day, agreements were signed with the Asian Aviation Centre for a period of 3 years and in addition, a new agreement was signed with the Aura Airlines, a new domestic airline commencing operations at Ratmalana. Pix by Rekha Tharangani Fonseka

 

  Comments - 3

  • Chanaka Tuesday, 01 September 2020 07:05 PM

    Who is this joker?

    Pronto Wednesday, 02 September 2020 02:22 PM

    The new Minister has determined to sit down and buckle down to effective work! He has gone on an inspection tour before commencing his work! Good show and Good luck!!

    Porter Tuesday, 01 September 2020 07:23 PM

    Aren't they all going on inspection tours. Hope we do not have to pay for these tours as well they will not consider a world tour of all air ports!!!


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