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Qatar Airways and SriLankan Airlines announce Significant Codeshare Expansion

Posted 17 December 2019 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways has expanded its codeshare cooperation with SriLankan Airlines, starting from 23 December. The partnership was first initiated in 2016.

 

Qatar Airways’ passengers will benefit from access to exciting new destinations in the Maldives thanks to the expanded codeshare agreement. They will now be able to book travel on SriLankan Airlines’ flights to the island of Gan in Addu Atoll, the southernmost point of the Maldives. The new destination complements the existing SriLankan Airlines’ routes available to Qatar Airways passengers – Colombo in Sri Lanka and Malé in the Maldives.

Qatar Airways Group chief executive, Akbar Al Baker, said: “Since 2016 both airlines have witnessed the significant benefits codeshare cooperation has brought, providing passengers with unrivalled service and seamless connections. The expansion of codeshare cooperation between Qatar Airways and SriLankan Airlines is a natural next step in the strengthening of our close partnership.”

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