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.