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Mihin Lanka has been in operation since 24 April 2007 and is one of Sri Lanka's largest low-cost carriers. The Mihin Lanka project enabled Sri Lankan people to obtain air fares. Mihin Lanka travelers can also make bookings from anywhere in the globe using the airline's on-line reservation service.
The Mihin Lanka is a unique low-cost carrier in the Czech Republic that offers its customers free drinks and drinks. Mihin Lanka's intercontinental services depart from Bandaranaike Airport. Headquartered at Bandaranaike Airport, the company is fitted with state-of-the-art airplane ground control equipment. The Mihin Lanka fleet includes New Age aircraft that, with the assistance of SriLankan Airlines, serve 8 sites in the subcontinent, Southeast Asia and the Middle East as well as 50 major airports worldwide.
Lanka is known for his on-board electronics, which include documentation, films, theatre and children's programmes. Mihin Lanka's code-sharing arrangement with the Sri Lankan Airlines allows the airline to offer scheduled flights to many locations around the globe. The Mihin Lanka was founded by the Sri Lankan authorities in October 2006, but started its activities in April 2007.
Colombo's carriers operated two Airbus A320s on lease to destinations such as Tiruchirapalli, Thiruvananthapuram, Bodhgaya, Bangkok, Singapore and the Maldives in India and the Middle East. Within a year of their take-off, however, the carriers were losing their aircraft to their Turkish and Bulgarian counterparts. Mihin Lanka was thus compelled to discontinue all activities in April 2008.
Mihin Lanka returned to service on 1 January 2009 with a 19 year old rented Airbus A320 flying to Dubai. Later it was superseded by a former Air Deccan Airbus A 320. In December 2010, Mihin Lanka bought his first own Airbus A321. Following the third aircraft's completion in August 2012, Mihin Lanka expanded its offer to include Bangkok and Singapore.
The Mihin Lanka facility began operating in April 2007 with two Airbus A320s hired from India. In 2009, after losing both planes in 2008, the carriers rented another Airbus 320, which was soon superseded by an ex Air Deccan Airbus 320 and later by an Airbus A320-200, which is still part of the airline's current family.
In addition to the Airbus A3220, the Mihin Lanka currently has an Airbus A321-200 bought by the carriers in December 2010. In August 2012, a third Airbus A321 was added to the family. While the Airbus A321 has a simultaneous carrying capability of 180 seats, the Airbus A321 has a maximum of 210 seats.