SriLankan Airlines raises Colombo-Trivandrum frequency

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Oneworld-bound SriLankan Airlines raised the frequency of its Colombo-Trivandrum service from 10 times weekly to twice daily on 22 November.

The carrier says it operates an Airbus fleet, consisting of A320, A330 and A340 aircraft, on its services to India.

With the addition of these new flights, the carrier operates a total of 91 direct weekly services to seven destinations in India, which includes Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Kochi, Mumbai, Trichy and Trivandrum.

SriLankan also operates seasonal services to Bodh Gaya and Varanasi on a codeshare basis with Mihin Lanka.

Innovata schedules show that SriLankan Airlines is the sole operator on the route.