Mar 29, Colombo: Sri Lanka's national carrier, SriLankan Airlines and Air Seychelles have entered into a Special Prorate Agreement that will enhance their respective route networks and provide greater travel options in a seamless manner to passengers of both airlines with effect from 1st April 2018.
Capt. Suren Ratwatte, CEO of SriLankan Airlines, said: "We are indeed happy to embark upon this partnership with Air Seychelles, which we are confident will be a win-win situation for both airlines and most of all to our valued customers. For SriLankan's passengers, this will allow easy access to three new destinations in South Africa, Mauritius and Madagascar via Seychelles, while customers of Air Seychelles will have enhanced options to connect to India and the Far East on SriLankan flights."
Remco Althuis, CEO of Air Seychelles, said: "We are delighted to begin working together with SriLankan Airlines as our new interline partner. This deal will provide our guests with more travel options to Asia and, on the reverse side, allow travelers flying with SriLankan Airlines to connect onto our Indian Ocean network. Partnerships such as this are essential in widening our reach and providing more value to travelers."