SriLankan Airlines is preparing for possible changes to its ownership structure, with CEO Peter Hill telling ATWOnline, "In three to six months' time, the government, which holds 51% in SriLankan, will decide how it will go on with the carrier." The airline already is planning its business case for the post-2013 world. One issue on the horizon is fleet renewal. It is evaluating taking on aircraft orders from Emirates, which owns 43% of SriLankan. Its A340-300s might be replaced with 777s or ...

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