Sri Lanka Air Service Agreements

Sri Lanka won the bid for the ICAN2017 organization and beat the Vae. The event will allow ICAO members to organize a central meeting point for several bilateral air transport negotiations or consultations. The CAA should also make the most of this opportunity to renew existing air services agreements, which are expiring. SriLankan is currently the largest foreign airline serving India in terms of destinations and serving 14 cities. It is also the largest foreign airline in the Maldives and serves 2 cities. SriLankan offers economy class entertainment on all of its wide-body aircraft and the vast majority of narrow-bodied aircraft. On A330-300 and A320/A321neo aircraft, all cabin classes have the option of using on-board paid Internet access and mobile phone services. Sri Lanka`s CEO and CEO CAA, H.M.C. Nimalsiri, said that CAA intends to sign outdoor agreements with countries such as Singapore, India, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, Turkey and the Netherlands at the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAN2017) event in Colombo this year. Other activities include the provision of aircraft maintenance and overhaul services[23] stopover assistance services[24] packaged holiday products[25], aeronautical training[26] and COMPUTER services. SriLankan Catering is a wholly-affiliated subsidiary of SriLankan Airlines, which provides catering services for all airlines that serve Bandaranaike International Airport. SriLankan currently operates an online network of 40 destinations and codeshares with other airlines to provide services to 42 cities in 20 countries. Its Interline partnerships and membership in the Oneworld alliance allow passengers to connect to more than 1,000 cities in 160 countries.

A report was published in March 2015 following an investigation by the sriLankan corruption watchdog during the period under president Nishantha Wickramasinghe. The board reported that corruption was widespread and confirmed the accusations of Nishantha Wickramasinghe cases. [58] The Mahinda Rajapaksa Information Centre denied the accusations and accused the report of being biased and invalid, accusing the head of the committee of publicly supporting the current government during the elections and of having no technical knowledge of the aviation industry.