SriLankan Airlines has welcomed the launch of the free visa-on-arrival facility provided by the government to citizens of 48 countries. The new activity is a piece of a deliberate exertion to support the tourism industry into the Indian Ocean island country, the aircraft said in an announcement. Guests from Australasia, Europe and North America can benefit a visa on entry for free for a time of a half year, the announcement said.
Sri Lanka’s National Carrier said it is in the forefront of global initiatives to strengthen the country’s tourism industry, working with a multitude of partners ranging from Sri Lanka Tourism to hotels, tour operators and travel agents.
An individual from the oneworld worldwide airline partnership, SriLankan Airlines works a route network of 111 urban areas in 48 nations from its center point in Colombo and furthermore interfaces with more than 1,000 urban areas in 160 nations through its oneworld partner airlines.