SriLankan Airlines, which was impacted heavily by the Indian Ocean tsunami in late December, believes it is on the road to recovery. "The tsunami disaster will cost us around $30 million in revenue. I hope that we can finish the current business year, which will end March 31, with a breakeven result. Last year we made a profit of $50 million," CEO Peter Hill told ATWOnline. "We expect 2.1-2.2 million passengers, compared to 1.81 million in the 2002/03 fiscal year." The carrier, which is ...

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