SriLankan Airlines bags two awards at SATA 2023

‘South Asia a key region for SriLankan Airlines’
2023-10-17
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/ New Delhi
SriLankan Airlines
SriLankan Airlines bags two awards at SATA 2023

SriLankan currently operates 140 flights between Colombo and multiple South Asian cities

In the recently held South Asian Travel Awards, SriLankan Airlines bags two prestigious titles of the Leading International Airline - South Asia and Leading Airline Class - Business Class.
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SriLankan Airlines, the flag carrier of Sri Lanka, walked away with two awards at the South Asian Travel Awards (SATA) recently held in India. According to a press statement by the airline, SriLankan bagged the titles of Leading International Airline – South Asia as well as the Leading Airline Class – Business Class. 

Said to be one of the most prestigious travel industry awards in the region, SATA recognises the most outstanding performers in South Asia’s hospitality and travel industry annually based on the votes of industry professionals and passengers.

The airline adds that having also received the accolade of ‘Visitors Choice – Airline of the Year’ at last year’s SATA, SriLankan Airlines continues to prove its enviable position in South Asia with this year’s dual wins. SriLankan currently operates 140 flights between Colombo and multiple South Asian cities across India, the Maldives, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal on a weekly basis. 

Ravindran V

Ravindran V

“We are profoundly happy to have our efforts valued by our South Asian associates. This region has been key to our progress and represents a significant percentage of SriLankan Airlines’ operations. Being recognised inspires us to remain and grow as a trailblazer in South Asia and give our customers the best in Sri Lankan service and connectivity as we move forward into the future,” says Ravindran V, Regional Manager India, Bangladesh & Nepal of SriLankan Airlines.

The statement adds that the airline’s extensive South Asian network covers key points pan India including Chennai, Mumbai, Bangalore and Delhi, Karachi and Lahore in Pakistan, Kathmandu in Nepal and Dhaka in Bangladesh. It adds that SriLankan Airlines is the only international carrier to operate to both Male and Gan Island in the Maldives, making it a preferred choice of passengers heading from Europe, the Middle East, India and the far East to the picturesque Maldives.

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