Emirates Signs Reciprocal Interline Agreement With SriLankan Airlines! Here’s All About It

by Anupriya Mishra
Emirates Signs Reciprocal Interline Agreement With SriLankan Airlines! Here’s All About It

One of the most irritating things about changing flights to reach a destination is the inconvenience of baggage policy and baggage check-through. However, making it easier for people travelling to destinations in South Asia, SriLankan Airlines and Emirates have signed a reciprocal interline agreement. What this does offer passengers of both the airlines, is the opportunity to travel to 30 other destinations operated by the airlines, on a single ticket.

Emirates & SriLankan Airlines Sign Reciprocal Interline Agreement


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Emirates recently announced that it has signed a reciprocal interline agreement with the SriLankan Airlines. With the aim of boosting connectivity for passengers of both airlines, this partnership will enable them to access new points on each of the airlines’ networks. This can be accessed through the airports in Colombo and Dubai. So, with just one ticket, they will be able to enjoy the convenience of baggage transfers and explore 30 new locations on both airlines. As this agreement has come into effect immediately, tickets are already up for sale.

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Tickets Are Available On The Airline’s Website

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It’s worth mentioning that this partnership has unlocked 15 destinations operated by SriLankan Airlines for the passengers of Emirates. Yes, the interline network includes two new Indian destinations – Madurai and Tiruchirapalli. While they will also be able to connect to Gan Island in the Maldives, there are other cities as well – Cochin, Chennai, Bangalore, Bangkok, Singapore, Guangzhou, Seoul, Tokyo, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Male, and Hyderabad.

Similarly, passengers of SriLankan Airlines will be able to connect to 15 cities that are operated by the Emirates beyond Dubai. These include Houston, Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, JFK, Tel Aviv, Moscow, Nairobi, Muscat, Cairo, Medina, Dammam, Amman, and Bahrain.

So, if you have also been planning to take a vacation in any of the aforementioned cities, you can book your tickets via the website of Emirates or SriLankan Airlines or through any of the preferred travel agencies.

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