SriLankan Airlines to deploy A330 to Melbourne, Singapore; suspend Hong Kong operations
Posted on September 20th, 2018

SriLankan Airlines stated (19-Sep-2018) it plans to make progressive changes” to its winter 2018/2019 schedule. As part of the changes, the carrier plans to deploy A330-300 aircraft on daily Colombo-Melbourne service from 28-Oct-2018 with plans to increase Colombo-Singapore capacity from 29-Oct-2018 with the deployment of A330 aircraft on the route. Frequency will also be increased from 17 to 21 times weekly, of which seven weekly services will operate with A330-300 and 14 weekly A320/A321neo aircraft, for a total of over 2400 additional seats per week. The carrier will also suspend operations to Hong Kong from 27-Oct-2018 amid careful assessment of commercial results over a significant period of time”. The carrier further noted: The airline will continue to evaluate future opportunities in the Hong Kong region, as it does with all its markets”.

One Response to “SriLankan Airlines to deploy A330 to Melbourne, Singapore; suspend Hong Kong operations”

  1. Nimal Says:

    If we have direct flights to Sydney Australia,Welligton NZ with a free night’s rest in a hotel in Katunayake is good for passengers from UK and EU nations going to these cities down under. Some passengers doesn’t like being inside a plane for more than 10 hours. Some are worried about DVT caused by long flights. If we do it right then we might grab some trade from Singapore, Gulf states etc.

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