Two major airlines, Emirates and SriLankan Airlines, have embarked on a mutual interline collaboration, aiming to amplify travel convenience for their customers. This alliance promises an enhanced travel experience, allowing passengers to explore new destinations across both carriers’ networks via Dubai and Colombo.
The fresh agreement means travelers can now purchase tickets, with the journey commencing immediately. Through this partnership, Emirates’ passengers can explore 15 additional regional locations, all operated by SriLankan Airlines via Colombo. Noteworthy among these are the newly introduced Indian cities of Madurai and Tiruchirapalli. Further extending the reach, destinations like Gan Island in the Maldives and cities across the Far East and South Asia, including Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, and Tokyo, are now accessible. The entire journey, covered by a singular ticket, ensures passengers benefit from a streamlined baggage policy and the luxury of direct check-through to their ultimate destination.
On the flip side, SriLankan Airlines‘ patrons stand to gain from this collaboration as well. With Emirates’ expansive global footprint, SriLankan’s passengers can now venture beyond Dubai to 15 destinations. Key locations include Middle Eastern cities like Bahrain and Amman, African hubs like Nairobi, Russian cities, and an assortment of US destinations such as New York JFK, Los Angeles, and Chicago.
Travel enthusiasts eager to make the most of this collaboration can immediately secure their travel plans. Bookings are available on both airlines’ official websites, emirates.com and srilankan.com, as well as through trusted online and traditional travel agents.
The partnership reflects a strategic move by both airlines to broaden their horizons and offer passengers an enriched and hassle-free travel experience across continents.