SriLankan Airlines pilots have concerns with management

The Airline Pilots’ Guild of Sri Lanka has written to the President seeking his urgent attention to the “serious ongoing mismanagement” of the troubled national carrier.
While welcoming the president’s decision to appoint a commission of inquiry into the operation of the airline, the guild has revealed that three newly leased narrow body aircraft have been grounded due to the loss of a critical operational certification issued by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAV).


SriLankan Airlines flight delays continue, travelers urged to check before leaving for airport

Feb 27, Colombo: Sri Lanka's national carrier, SriLankan Airlines issuing a statement said due to a combination of unforeseen events flight delays and congestion at the Colombo Airport are continuing and urged the passengers to check times before leaving for the airport.

The Full statement:
SriLankan Airlines regrets the continuing delays and congestion at Colombo Airport. Due to a combination of unforeseen events, including a bird strike which damaged an aircraft in Cochin, our valued customers have been subjected to great inconvenience and delayed flights.
We request all our passengers to check in for their flights online, to contact our 24 hour call center on 01-97331979 or their travel agent before going to the Bandaranaike International Airport.