Written by Staff Writer
01 Apr, 2020 | 8:04 pm
COLOMBO (News1st): Sri Lanka’s national airline on Wednesday announced that it would temporarily suspend all its flights from April 8 to 21 considering the travel restrictions imposed by its destination countries.
Issuing a statement, SriLankan Airlines said it is reviewing market conditions and the restrictions and is ready to recommence operations at short notice even before April 21 if such restrictions are lifted.
The statement added that it is “willing to operate special flights during this period to repatriate the Sri Lankans who are wanting to return to the country if required”.
The cargo services of the airline will continue to operate from its worldwide network special flights as and when required, the statement read.
Meanwhile, the country’s national carrier announced that it has implemented a re-booking and reissue policy on www.srilankan.com for passengers who have been inconvenienced due to the current circumstances.
For further information and clarifications, passengers are requested to contact their travel agents, their nearest SriLankan Airlines Office or the Airlines’ Global Contact Centre on +94117771979.
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