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  1. #9181
    [QUOTE=Haleef;16192]Not a rare sight. They have been flying their new 777s in new livery since sometime.

  2. #9182
    https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/n...e-in-srilankan

    SriLankan Airlines (UL, Colombo Int'l) may finally have found a strategic partner in the form of a Japanese consortium made up of ANA - All Nippon Airways (NH, Tokyo Haneda) and JAL - Japan Airlines (JL, Tokyo Haneda), the Asia Mirror reports. Citing informed government sources, the news site says that the Japanese carriers are working with local business tycoon Harry Jayawardena and are in the lead to secure the deal.

  3. #9183
    Quote Originally Posted by Serendib View Post
    https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/n...e-in-srilankan

    SriLankan Airlines (UL, Colombo Int'l) may finally have found a strategic partner in the form of a Japanese consortium made up of ANA - All Nippon Airways (NH, Tokyo Haneda) and JAL - Japan Airlines (JL, Tokyo Haneda), the Asia Mirror reports. Citing informed government sources, the news site says that the Japanese carriers are working with local business tycoon Harry Jayawardena and are in the lead to secure the deal.
    Even if this is correct this will last until Due Diligence is carried out.

    Then they will discover the several Billion in forward liabilities due to the 12 year aircraft leases at above market rates with no termination clause. This also makes it impossible to make money - despite what the Rogue CEO now claims.

    Why do people think TPG walked away?
    Always fly a stable approach - it's the only stability you'll find this business

  4. #9184
    SriLankan Airlines climbs to 8th place globally for airline fuel efficiency

    SriLankan Airlines has climbed to eighth position globally in IATA fuel efficiency ranking amongst 51 airlines in the same business model, following the implementation of a wide range of fuel efficiency and conservation measures over the last 22 months to reduce fuel burn.

    The 2016 ranking of airlines by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has placed SriLankan eighth with an efficiency rating of 34.86Ltr/100RTK (liters per 100 revenue ton kilometers). The IATA benchmark for the year 2016 is 35.26Ltr/100RTK. This is a significant improvement over its performance in calendar year 2015 when it ranked 15th with a rating of 36.25Ltr/100RTK.

    http://www.colombopage.com/archive_1...02331234CH.php

  5. #9185
    SriLankan Airlines at the launch of winter 2017/18 season plans to introduce A321neo service on Colombo – Dammam route, operating on 1 of 4 weekly flights. From 04NOV17, the A321neo will operate on Saturdays, instead of A330-200 aircraft.

    UL263 CMB1835 – 2125DMM 32B 6
    UL263 CMB1835 – 2125DMM 332 247

    UL264 DMM2235 – 0600+1CMB 32B 6
    UL264 DMM2235 – 0600+1CMB 332 247

    Source: airlineroute

  6. #9186
    SriLankan Connects Most Destinations In India

    SriLankan Airlines which launched Vizag, Hyderabad and Coimbatore this month is all set to tap the growing potential of Indian aviation market. With the recently launched routes as well as the seasonal flights to Gaya and Varanasi which will resume in August, SriLankan is all set to operate 126 flights a week to 14 destinations in India serving more Indian points than any other international airline.

    https://www.traveltrendstoday.in/new...tions-in-india

  7. #9187
    any idea when 4R-AND will be delivered ??

  8. #9188
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=...&v=B7UEKDpzJDU

    Published on 11 Aug 2017·SriLankan Airlines, the national flag carrier of SriLanka is trying to redefine the airline services with new routes and aircraft. The Chairman of SriLankan Airlines, Ajith Dias speaks to MIG TV in an exclusive interview on how the airline is maintaining its lead in the Indian sky as well as exploring new markets. With a focus on maintaining the increasing number of tourists from India, SriLankan Airlines is now lending a hand to Sri Lanka Tourism in promoting the island country as an emerging destination.

  9. #9189
    Here's another analysis - much better than all the recent propaganda.

    http://www.dailymirror.lk/article/Cu...es-133538.html
    Always fly a stable approach - it's the only stability you'll find this business

  10. #9190

    Emirates A380 landing tomorrow at BIA’s Code E runway

    Big day tomorrow in BIA history Lets hope it all goes smoothly...

    http://www.sundaytimes.lk/170813/new...ay-254495.html

  11. #9191
    Quote Originally Posted by ejanson65 View Post
    Here's another analysis - much better than all the recent propaganda.

    http://www.dailymirror.lk/article/Cu...es-133538.html
    ROFL. Daily mirror- the most reliable news source these days in Srilanka.

  12. #9192
    Quote Originally Posted by ULfan79 View Post
    Big day tomorrow in BIA history Lets hope it all goes smoothly...

    http://www.sundaytimes.lk/170813/new...ay-254495.html
    This reads that Emirates eyeing to launch regular service of A380 from Dubai to Australia VIA COLOMBO

    this means, one is coming on 14th is not actually ONE-OFF hahhh

    Lets keep fingers crossed...

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    4R-MRD & MRE will be leaving the fleet soon. Info was given by an engineer..

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    any idea why A333 (4R-ALO) is inactive since 10 aug ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohamed_naqeeb View Post
    It's A6-EUB that's coming.

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    4R-ABL is flying as ALK008 and is flying over the airport area. anyone know why??

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLD View Post
    4R-ABL is flying as ALK008 and is flying over the airport area. anyone know why??
    ALK8 is call sign for test flights!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandaru View Post
    ALK8 is call sign for test flights!
    As for FR24, 4R-ABL landed and took-off at the same time(Did it twice!!!). What is that test???

  20. #9200
    Quote Originally Posted by SLD View Post
    As for FR24, 4R-ABL landed and took-off at the same time(Did it twice!!!). What is that test???
    Yeah, Those are touch and go's, Maybe a training flight or something!

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