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Government and Industry
Collaboration Key to Sustainable Growth


 
  Bongani Maseko, World Chair, Airports Council International (On the right)

Airports Council International (ACI) World Chair Bongani Maseko recently delivered an address for the opening ceremony of the 2018 World Aviation Conference and called on governments and the aviation industry worldwide to adequately prepare for the growth in air service demand.

The event – held under the theme "Future Airport - New Growth Engine of the Global Aviation Industry" – provides the opportunity for the global aviation industry to explore how it should respond to the huge growth in demand for air services and develop the appropriate actions and solutions to ensure a sustainable future for aviation and plan the next generation of airports.

The airports' sector welcomes future growth prospects but, in many cases, the investment needed to meet this demand outpaces the investment planned.

 

Srilankan Airline Celebrates 25 Years

 
  Left: Chinthaka Weeraasinghe, Manager Northern India, Srilankan Airlines; Right : Subhash Goyal, Founder & Chairman, STIC Travel Group of Companies

SriLankan Airlines commenced our operations to DEL in June 1993 and which makes the airlines one of the longest standing airline operators to Delhi with 25 years of continuous operations said Chinthaka Weerasinghe, Manager Northern India, Srilankan Airlines.

We started our operation with 2 weekly flights and now we have expanded our services to 2 daily flights after we started our double daily operation to DEL from this year. STIC travels has been our long standing GSA partner since the inception of the airline in 1979. STIC travels have been partnering SriLankan before this from 1974, when the national carrier of Sri Lanka was known as Air Ceylon. Both our flights from Delhi have convenient schedules using state of the art A320 New aircraft, he further added.

At present SriLankan Airlines flies from 13 destinations mainly Australia, Singapore, Japan, China, Middle East & UK with 122 flights a week making us the largest international airline operating to India in terms of the number of destinations.



ACI World Sets Out New Long-Term
Vision For Airport Security

 
  Alexandre de Juniac, Director, IATA


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