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Emirates and SriLankan establish reciprocal interline partnership

Emirates and SriLankan establish reciprocal interline partnership

A reciprocal interline agreement between Emirates and SriLankan airlines has been signed to improve connectivity for both carriers’ passengers. Through Colombo and Dubai, the collaboration will allow travellers to reach new locations on each other’s networks while using a single ticket and benefiting from convenient luggage transfers.

As a result of the interline cooperation, travellers flying on Emirates can now pick from 15 regional destinations served by SriLankan Airlines via Colombo. Tickets are now available for travel beginning immediately.

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Along with Gan Island in the Maldives, the interline network now has two new Indian destinations—Madurai and Tiruchirapally—so that passengers can travel conveniently on a single ticket while taking advantage of a liberal baggage policy and hassle-free baggage check-through to their final destination. Additional destinations in the Far East and South Asia include Cochin, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Malé, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Jakarta, Guangzhou, Seoul, and Tokyo.

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Passengers on SriLankan Airlines will also gain access to Emirates’ extensive global network and connections to 15 additional Emirates-operated locations. The interline network connects locations in the US, Russia, Africa, and the Middle East. Customers of SriLankan can fly on Emirates to a number of US destinations, including New York JFK, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, and Houston, and Bahrain, Amman, Dammam, Medina, Cairo, Muscat, Nairobi, Moscow, and Tel Aviv.

Travel itineraries can be booked immediately on and preferred online and offline travel agencies.  


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