Articles Tagged ‘Mihin Lanka’
Seychelles seat capacity up 27% thanks to the arrival of Qatar Airways and Turkish Airlines; Asia and Europe lead growth
The Seychelles has welcomed Qatar Airways from Doha and Turkish Airlines from Istanbul Atatürk in the past year, with both contributing to the 27% increase in weekly seat capacity to the Indian Ocean nation this summer. We take a closer look to discover the secret behind the Seychelles’ sudden growth surge.
Mihin Lanka now links Colombo with Lahore, operating thrice-weekly with A320s.
Mihin Lanka now connects Colombo with the Seychelles with twice-weekly flights.
Mihin Lanka commences services from Hambantota in Sri Lanka to Gaya in north-eastern India.
Five million passengers travel in Sri Lanka every year providing for an attractive market. Turkish Airlines is the latest global carrier to set up shop on the island, but a new domestic operator is scheduled to launch soon, too.
Mihin Lanka launches flights from Sri Lankan Colombo to Delhi, Varanasi and Gaya.
Mihin Lanka launches new route from Colombo to Madurai in southern India.
Mihin Lanka launches five-weekly services from Colombo to Bahrain.
Mihin Lanka now flies from Colombo in Sri Lanka to Sharjah. This is the low-cost airline’s second route to the U.A.E.
Increased stability is clue to Colombo’s success in attracting new services; cricket World Cup will boost 2011 traffic
Sri Lanka’s international gateway welcomed some 16 new services last year and three more already this year. How dominant is SriLankan in terms of seat capacity and which are the leading country markets? Which eclectic bunch of European carriers offer flights to Colombo this winter?
An entire 54 new routes launched in the last week! Basel, Delhi and Rome Fiumicino saw the most new routes, but we have a full report from all over the world. And most importantly, lots of great pictures to go with it!
A quiet time for new route launches as for western carriers the summer peak is well under way. But we still have new routes involving airports in Australia, Belarus, China, Colombia, Congo, El Salvador, India, Iran, Malaysia, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Sweden and Thailand.