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Arrangements made for 18,000 tourists to return home

Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority issuing a press release stated that, Sri Lanka to allow charter flights to fly out remaining tourists on request. 
There are approximately 18,093 international tourists in the country according to immigration authorities; and Sri Lanka Tourism is closely working with the Foreign Ministry and respective embassies/high commissions to arrange necessary facilities. 
Though arrivals are suspended into the country, all departures are supported and Srilankan Airlines operates departure flights daily to UK, Melbourne and Narita.
Sri Lanka Tourism would facilitate any country to fly out their nationals on holiday or on work here; back to their home country via charter flights on request. 
Due to the current curfew in the country, Acting Inspector General of Police has assured that the air ticket could be used in lieu of a curfew pass for the passengers as well as the vehicle and driver. 
Tourists who are unable to find transport to get to the airport, can contact the closest Police Station or Sri Lanka Tourism 24/7 hotline on 1912.

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