China to Sri Lanka Direct Flights.
Air China will start a flight service from Beijing to Colombo, Sri Lanka from 27 October 2017. The airline will fly three times a week on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday with an Airbus 330-300 aircraft. In the recent times lot of Chinese tourist are coming to Sri Lanka in large number groups.
China Southern Airlines announced that they are now offering its passengers the advantage of non-stop scheduled services between Guangzhou (CAN-Baiyun International Airport, China) and Colombo (Bandaranaike International Airport, Sri Lanka) with effect from September 26 2017.
The airline would initially operate three flights a week to Colombo on the way to Maldives and will return from the Maldives via Colombo, Sri Lanka to Guangzhou, China. Hemas Aviation Private Limited, with China Southern Lines, will provide all the reservations, marketing and sales, and ticketing services in Sri Lanka as a result of their partnership .
A spokesperson from Hemas Aviation Private Limited said, “As the General Sales Agent for China Southern Airlines, we are excited to introduce the airline’s on-line operations to Sri Lanka. Our goal is to ensure that we support China Southern to enhance its presence, with Bandaranaike International Airport becoming its 122nd international destination. This will enable us to provide passengers a greater service option for air transportation between Sri Lanka and the China Southern comprehensive international & domestic network.” Hemas Holdings PLC is Sri Lanka’s leading personal care and healthcare business with interests in leisure and mobility. The Group’s sectors are clustered into wellness; comprising its personal and healthcare businesses, mobility which house the maritime and logistics businesses and leisure consisting of business areas of leisure, travels and aviation.