Fliers who frequently look for tickets on the Sri Lanka-Oman route have more alternatives for travel tickets made available to them by SriLankan Airlines. The flag carrier of Sri Lanka has already launched a new flight service between Colombo and Muscat and has plans in place to launch another one in June. The addition of two more flights on the popular sector will bring the carrier’s total number of flights to 6 weekly.
SriLankan added the fifth service from April 5 and the sixth flight on the route would be launched on June 18. Earlier, the airline operated four weekly flights between the two capital cities that ran on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. The two new flights are scheduled to run on Fridays (the fifth) and Tuesdays (the sixth). Surely, the rise in the number of weekly flights between Sri Lanka and Oman is going to be good news for travellers seeking tickets to fly between the countries. Even those European tourists would be benefited who wish to get their hands around tickets for a travel to Sri Lanka with a stopover in the Middle East.
The airline has encouraged the fliers to make use of the excellent connectivity to Sri Lanka, an island nation that’s considered the ideal holiday destination!
Also, travellers who seek tickets to fly to India would be offered the alternative of first taking a side trip to any of the Far Eastern destinations by the carrier.