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Sri Lankan Airlines Dubai to Colombo flights, price start @ AED 603.33
Sri Lankan Airlines is a tour operator for travellers traveling in India and abroad. The route links leaflets with Chennai, Cochin and Bangalore as well as with Colombo, Abu Dhabi and Singapore. Srilankan Airlines offers 0 weekly departures between Dubai and Colombo. Srilankan Airlines' first plane is 226, leaving at 22:50.
Srilankan Airlines operates a 6 hour 20 minute service from Dubai and Colombo. Reserve your ticket 90 day in advance to take advantage of the best deals from Srilankan Airlines. From Dubai, Srilankan Airlines' services start from Dubai International Terminal. DXB is the IATA coded name for this area. At Bandaranaike International Park, these arrivals take place in Colombo.
CMB is the IATA prefix for this area. Find the best fares by checking the fare schedule and compare them. What time does the first departure from Dubai take place? There is a first connection from Dubai to Colombo at 22:50, that is the carrier Srilankan Airlines 226. What time does the last plane depart from Dubai?
Last plane from Dubai to Colombo is at 22:50, that's Srilankan Airlines. How is the Dubai and Colombo airports located? Dubai International Airports is DXB and Colombo is CMB. Which is the name of the Dubai International Airports? Dubai International is the name of the most important Dubai International Airports.
How is the Colombo International Airports called? Bandaranaike International is the name of the main Colombo International Airfield.
Ceiling Airlines reduces airfare for SriLankan | 2018-05-16-16
The National Carrier of Sri Lanka, SriLankan Airlines, has cut its tariff on the Dhaka-Colombo-Dhaka service to encourage more recreational travel to Sri Lanka. Airlines fell by around $200 and fixed new fares of $400 on the Dhaka-Colombo-Dhaka flights, which came into force on 1 May 2018. Shermal Perera, Country Manager of SriLankan Airlines Bangladesh, recently unveiled the new rate at a downtown resort.
Chrishanthe De Silva was the main visitor to the program. Chinthaka Weerasinghe regional managers of airlines and more than 40 tourist agencies, tourist agencies were also present. This roadshow was attended by seven DMC (Destination Management Company) from Sri Lanka to share their opinions with Sri Lankan tourism companies.
Since 30 October 2016 Sri Lankan Airlines has been flying every day to CMB.