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‘YoungSmiLes’ for kids from SriLankan Airlines

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(Colombo, Lankapuvath) – SriLankan Airlines celebrated International Children’s Day on 1st October, with the long awaited launch of its kids frequent flyer programme – ‘YoungSmiLes’.
 
Open to children between two and eighteen years, ‘YoungSmiLes’ is operative in three distinctive categories – ‘Young Blue’, ‘Young Silver’ and ‘Young Gold’ and brings with it a range of benefits and conveniences to its young members. 

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Srilankan & Air Canada commence codeshare services

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(Colombo, Lankapuvath) - SriLankan Airlines and Air Canada announced today (20) a codeshare agreement that will make flying between Sri Lanka and Canada more convenient.

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New era of Aviation training begins: The SriLankan Flight Academy opens

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(Colombo, Lankapuvath) - Aircraft flying training enters a new dimension in Sri Lanka, with the opening of SriLankan Airlines’ Flight Academy, with its first Airbus A320 full flight simulator, located in the Bandaranaike International Airport BIA), offering a total flying experience on ground, to facilitate training for pilots not only in Sri Lanka but in the region of South Asia.

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Commercial hot air balloon flights in Colombo city today

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(Colombo, Lankapuvath) – The launch of the first historic hot air balloon flight in Colombo is scheduled take place early hours of today (15).

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Equities report: 750,000 Indian tourists over next decade

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Colombo, Lankapuvath) – An equities research report said Sri Lanka could attract 750,000 tourists from India over the next decade, or six fold if Sri Lanka can capture just 2.4 percent of that country's outbound market.


According to the report by Capital Alliance, a Colombo broking house, even if Sri Lanka maintains its current market share of 1.4 percent, the island could attract 440,000 Indians in 10 years.

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