Sri Lankan Airlines has nearly completed a revised version of its business plan and is close to reaching a deal with Airbus to swap A350 orders for A330neos. The carrier will probably finish its business plan review within two or three weeks, CEO Vipula Gunatilleka told ATW on the sidelines of the IATA AGM in Seoul June 2. The airline released its current business plan April 4, but the country was hit by terror attacks shortly after that have decimated tourist demand. Timetables for ...

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