SriLankan Airlines has been voted one of four runners up in Best Asian Airline survey conducted by UK’s Daily telegraph.
The “Ultratravel 100” survey was carried out by the newspaper on reader’s experiences in luxury travel. The readership of the Daily Telegraph consists of up-market people with reader’s personal experiences in regard to tour operators, hotels, airports, destinations, airliners all surveyed.
The Best Asian Airline category was won by Singapore Airlines, with runners up including Thai Airways, Malaysian Airlines, Cathay Pacific and SriLankan Airlines.
CEO of SriLankan Airlines Peter Hill said that it is gratifying to note that in these days of intense competition SriLankan continues to rub shoulders with the best in the airline industry in terms of standards in both our products and services.
The national carrier of Sri Lanka flies to 51 destinations in 28 countries across the world. SriLanka Airlines has a modern fleet of Airbus A340, A330 and A320 which provides one-stop quick connections to Europe, Middle East, Southeast Asia and the Far East with 12 weekly flights to London, Paris and Frankfurt.
SriLankan Airlines has in the past also won such awards such Best Airline in Central Asia for four consecutive years and Best Airline in South Asia three times.