Sri Lankan Airlines to acquire five A330-200.
Sri Lankan Airlines is to commence a USD530m expansion programme in 2000 and is intending to acquire about five A330-200 aircraft to boost its fleet.
The aircraft, valued at about USD500m, will be delivered from January to November, and the programme also includes a USD30m modernisation of the airline`s inflight kitchen services through its subsidiary, Air Lanka Catering Services Ltd.
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|Date:||Jan 25, 2000|
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