Updated 13-02-2017 at 01:40 AM by UL001
Sri Lanka's debt-ridden national carrier, SriLankan Airlines is planning to re-lease three aircraft of it's fleet, according to SriLankan Airlines.
An official of the airline has said that the management is in talks to wetlease three of the A330-300s aircraft to the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) as a part of the restructuring of the airline by the Ministry of Public Enterprice and Development.
An official of the airline has said that the carrier is in talks to re-lease three A330 aircraft to the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) as a part of the restructuring of the airline by the Ministry of Public Enterprise and Development.
According to the official, some top management at the airline has recently met with PIA officials in Pakistan. As per reliable sources registration of the three of the A330-300s going to be leased to PIA are 4R-ALL, 4R-ALM and 4R-ALN
Over the next few months, the national carrier is scheduled
Ukraine International Airlines, is the flag carrier and the largest airline of Ukraine, is going to launch the schedule flights to Sri Lanka Capital Colombo from the 5th November 2016. UIA will be serving Colombo in Winter 2016 and to continue it's Colombo services in Summer 2017. Previously the airline operated seasonal flights to Colombo during every Northern Winters. UIA becomes third the European airline to launch all season schedule flights to Colombo after termination of British Airways in March 2015. Currently Turkish Airlines is the only Europe based airline offering flights to Colombo via Male'.
According to the media of UIA, they will offer passengers to take advantage of non-stop scheduled double weekly services between Kiev (Boryspil International Airport) and Colombo (Bandaranaike International Airport). The flights will be operated on modern Boeing 767-300ER aircraft