SriLankan Airlines today declared a special “buy one and get one free” offer for Indian passengers to visit Sri Lanka in the months to come.
The offer is valid for all the arrangement categories and is suitable for the bookings made for flights between India & Colombo for range travel.
- This offer will be valid on bookings made until 31st October 2021.
This special proposal has been timed with the recent announcement by the Government of Sri Lanka to open the island nation in supporting the tourism sector under bio- bubble stay and journey procedure.
- Accordingly, Sri Lanka is welcoming fully vaccinated Indian visitors including Covaxin and there will be no quarantine for passengers who test Covid negative on arrival in Sri Lanka.
Unity quite requires to be completely vaccinated, with the second shot taken at least 14 days before the trip.
- A mandatory RT-PCR test will be conducted in the hotel and if anyone tests positive will be taken to health care centers work from hotels.
This special proposal would allow Indian leisure tourists to travel to numerous attractions open in Sri Lanka after the country relaxed the journey guidance to the visitors.
- The discounted air tickets together with unique incentives offered by the Sri Lankan industry partners would indeed influence Indian holidaymakers to accept Sri Lanka as the perfect t& most easily accessible destination to travel.
Colombo with twice-weekly flights
From September 1, 2021, the airline will be reopening services among Colombo and the Indian points; Madurai, Tiruchirappalli, Trivandrum, and Cochin with flights once a week, whilst Hyderabad and New Delhi will be combined to Colombo with twice-weekly flights.
Further, the Airlines’ operations out of Chennai and Mumbai will expand up to five times a week whilst its Bangalore-Colombo services will be enhanced to flights three times a week.
Currently, India accounts for over 120 million fully vaccinated citizens, which can be a huge potential tourist segment for Sri Lanka.
The “buy one and get one free” is expected to draw an impressive number of travelers from India to Sri Lanka at a time when the global journey is still restricted.
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