I have flown with SriLankan Airlines and have reviewed their long haul flights in Business Class. My trip reports can be found below.
SriLankan Airlines is a medium-sized airline and operates an all Airbus fleet, consisting of 13 A330 wide body planes and 10 A320/A321 narrow body aircraft. The carrier offers a great onboard product and employs a wonderful staff. I have only reviewed SriLankan’s newest Business Class product available on all A330-300 planes. The older A330-200 planes feature a less impressive seat (albeit still with flatbed seats).
SriLankan Airlines are the flag carrier of Sri Lanka, the largest airline serving the Maldives. My first flight on Sri Lankan was from Frankfurt to Male. One of the reasons I chose SriLankan (other than the price) was their impeccable safety record, with not one single crash or major accident recorded since it was launched in 1976. My route did, however, include 2 stopovers, one in the Middle East (since SriLankan Airlines codeshares with both Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways after it cancelled most of its European routes).
Below you will find my most recent flight reviews on Swiss in Business Class:
In this trip report, I flew Business Class in an Airbus A330-300 with SriLankan Airlines (UL) from Male International Airport (MLE) in the Maldives to Hamad International Airport (DOH) in Qatar, via a stopover in Bandaranaike International Airport (CMB) near… Read More.
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