Two airlines were given permission to fly to Sri Lanka

Ukrainian airlines UIA and SkyUp received permission to fly to Sri Lanka.

The State Aviation Service granted the right to operate charter flights SkyUp twice a week to Mattala Rajapaksa Airport from December 28, 2020 to March 27, 2021. SkyUp also operates flights to Colombo and received permission to fly to Athens from March 28, 2021 and to Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, from 25 April 2021.

UIA received the rights to operate flights to Colombo from December 28, 2020 to March 27, 2021, in addition, the airline was allowed to operate flights to Mattala Airport twice a week.

According to Wing.

We also remind that SkyUp has submitted applications for 11 new routes, the fate of which will be decided at a meeting of the State Aviation Service commission on December 29.

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