Oneworld member SriLankan Airlines will close two out of three European services this fall. It will axe services from Colombo to Frankfurt from Oct. 30 and to Paris Charles de Gaulle from Nov. 6, leaving just one flight to Europe—a daily Colombo-London Heathrow A330-300 service. The airline said in a June 27 statement the two unprofitable routes were dropped as the Sri Lanka flag carrier prepares for difficult market conditions and searches for ways to become more competitive. ...

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