Emirates adding third flight to Colombo

Wednesday, 23 Nov, 2022 0

Emirates announced plans to add another daily direct flight between Dubai and Colombo from 1 December 2022.

The additional service will increase daily flights between the two cities to three.

This includes two direct flights and one operating via Male, Maldives.

The additional service is direct except during 16 to 30 December, when it stops over in Male.

Emirates operates Boeing 777-300ER aircraft in a three-class configuration on flights to Colombo.

They include private suites in First Class, lie flat seats in Business and Economy Class.

Emirates launched operations to Sri Lanka in 1986 and celebrated 36 years earlier this year.

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