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Holidays Sri Lanka 2018 / 2019
Sri Lanka has many opportunities to lead you away from the beaches, from worlds renowned teas to safari reserves. More than 2,000 years of Sri Lanka's existence have shaped its people. Within one second you can enjoy a glass of local infusion on a teaplantation, the next one wanders through a huge old town or a complicated sanctuary.
Featuring an unspoilt sandy beach, street stands and a stunning sanctuary, Kalutara Sri Lanka offers you a holiday from its original side. A holiday to Bientota will give you antique Buddha style sanctuaries, a varied kitchen and one of Sri Lanka's most valuable sands. Ahungalla is the place to be if you are looking for a relaxed Sri Lanka experience.
Hikkaduwa brings you to the heartland of Sri Lanka's holiday area.
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VisaKapatnam Airports (IATA: VTZ, ICAO: VOVZ) is an internationally operating aerodrome in Visakhapatnam, India. Andhra Pradesh is the biggest and most frequented aerodrome in the state of Andhra Pradesh. She is also active as a civilian encoderlave at an airfield of the Navy of India called INS Dega. Situated between the districts of NAD X Road and Gajuwaka.
Since the beginning of the 21. st centuries the airports has grown strongly with the building of a new air base and a new landing strip as well as the start of regular services to Dubai, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok and Colombo. Covering an area of 350 hectares, the aerodrome is the largest of its kind in the world. There are two airstrips at the airport: Airstrip 10/28 is used as a prime airstrip for both commercial and defence missions, although commercial missions from Airstrip 10 are limited to incoming missions.
The 05/23 airstrip is intended solely for use in the army. Round-the-clock operation of the terminal is ensured. At the end of the 1970' the Indian Navy began building four helicopter landing pads next to the Visakhapatnam civilian aerodrome. Visakhapatnam International Airports was moved to the General Directorate of Commercial Aeronautics in 1981.
Soon thereafter further sheds, service installations and an operating facility were erected. Aerodrome was named Naval Airport, Visakhapatnam. 311, 321, 333 and 350.