Monday, 24th November 2014

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SriLankan Airlines began commercial operations on its newly acquired Airbus  the A330-300 has configured its layout seating 297 passengers in two classes accommodating 28 in Business Class and 269 in Economy. The new aircraft also boasts of state- of-the- art cabin features that redefine the flying experience for passengers in both Business class and Economy class on SriLankan Airlines, introducing out-standing innovations in In-flight entertainment (IFE) systems with Thales Avant Audio-Video on Demand (AVO
SriLankan Airlines began commercial operations on its newly acquired Airbus  the A330-300 has configured its layout seating 297 passengers in two classes accommodating 28 in Business Class and 269 in Economy. The new aircraft also boasts of state- of-the- art cabin features that redefine the flying experience for passengers in both Business class and Economy class on SriLankan Airlines, introducing out-standing innovations in In-flight entertainment (IFE) systems with Thales Avant Audio-Video on Demand (AVOD) and Ambient lighting across both cabins, Wi-Fi Connectivity features and ultra...
Picture by Samantha Weerasiri
Sri Lanka is well placed to be a leading insurance services hub in the region because it has many advantages such as the value it places on education, literacy and importantly insurance education,UK's Chartered Insurance Institute Accreditation Services Director, Tamsin Mills said. “Lanka truly values customer service which is an essential element in building customer trust and doing the right thing for the customer; Sri Lanka recognises insurance as a growth area. In my view the government is already well on the way to becoming an insurance hub,” Mills told the inaugural ceremony of the...