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Emirates Increases Services between Singapore and Sri Lanka

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 17 August 2010

Colombo, Sri Lankas commercial capital, is now more accessible from Singapore with Dubai-based Emirates increasing its flight frequency from a four-flight weekly service to a daily service on the Singapore-Colombo route.

Emirates EK349 departs Singapore daily at 00:55 hours and touches down at Bandaranayake Airport at 01:55 hours, local time, on the same day. The return flight, EK348 departs from Colombo at 14:55 hours and arrives in Singapore at 21:15 hours, Singapore time, on the same day.

A 354-seat Boeing 777-300ER, offering 8 Private Suites in First Class, 42 lie-flat seats in Business Class and the remaining 304 Economy Class seats serves the Singapore-Colombo route.

Nick Rees, Emirates Manager, Singapore and Brunei, said, We are accumulating a great deal of valuable experience in serving our valued passengers who have travelled to Sri Lanka from Singapore since our launch in 1986. With year round all-inclusive fares starting from Sin$484 in Economy, Sin$1,599 in Business and Sin$ 3,442 in First Class, we are seeing more customers trying out our Emirates services to visit Colombo from Singapore. As Colombo grows in its stature as a tourist and commercial destination in Sri Lanka, we are confident that the demand for our Colombo service will remain robust.

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