SriLankan Airlines will cut services from Mahinda Rajapaksa International Airport (MRIA) at Mattala following the country’s government elections. The newly elected Sri Lankan State Minister of Aviation, Faizer Mustapha, said SriLankan will stop flights to the airport from Feb. 9. Existing flights to Beijing, Shanghai, Chennai, Jeddah, and Malé will be rerouted out of Colombo’s Bandaranaike International Airport. MRIA, a 2,000 hectare, $210 million showcase airport funded ...

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