Sri Lanka has extended the deadline for expressions of interest in oneworld member SriLankan Airlines and its low-cost subsidiary, Mihin Lanka, until Aug. 31. The Sri Lankan government is looking to find a strategic investor for the “reorientation” of the two airlines. The exact stake up for sale is unclear, although it has been suggested it could be around 40%. National Savings Bank subsidiary NSB Fund Management, which is managing the process, formally announced the ...

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