SriLankan Airlines to raise Beijing, Shanghai flight frequencies

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SriLankan Airlines will increase the flight frequencies on two of its services to China, starting on 15 July.

The carrier will operate daily services on its Colombo-Bangkok-Beijing and Colombo-Bangkok-Shanghai Pudong routes, an increase from three times weekly and four times weekly respectively, says the airline in a statement.

SriLankan Airlines will operate Airbus A330-200 and A340-300 aircraft on both routes.

Schedules in Innovata show that SriLankan Airlines competes with carriers such as Thai Airways on the Colombo-Bangkok, Bangkok-Beijing and Bangkok-Shanghai Pudong routes.