Mihin Lanka adds three Indian destinations to its Colombo network

Commemorative pictures of airline and airport staff and the operating crew were taken to mark Mihin Lanka’s maiden arrival in Delhi.

  • Mihin Lanka, the subsidiary of Sri Lankan, expanded its offering from Colombo (CMB) with three Indian destinations last week. On 1 February, the airline commenced services to both Delhi (DEL), and Varanasi (VNS) in the northern province of Uttar Pradesh, which are now offered respectively with five and twice-weekly frequencies. In addition, the airline inaugurated services on the 2,000-kilometre route from the Sri Lankan capital to Gaya (GAY) in eastern India, and now offers twice-weekly frequencies in the market. While all three routes are operated using A320-family aircraft, Mihin Lanka faces competition on only one of them, as its parent company Sri Lankan already operates daily flights from Colombo to Delhi.


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