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KLM too considers operation

In order to accommodate the increased number of passengers travelling to Sri Lanka and overseas, Martin Air a subsidiary of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will introduce a direct flight Colombo - Amsterdam from November 6.

This launch comes in the wake of positive economic growth Sri Lanka has achieved attracting foreign investments. The management is also considering to commence KLM direct service with Colombo in the near future.

"We have seen a tremendous growth in the travelling industry in Sri Lanka which has brought about due to healthy economy prevailing in the country. So we will launch a weekly direct flight Colombo - Amsterdam from November 6.

Our management is also considering to operate KLM Royal Dutch Airlines to Colombo" said Vincent A.M. Knoops, General Manager, Arabian Peninsula,Pakistan,Sri Lanka and the Maldives at the KLM Awards ceremoney at "On Golden Pond" Taj Samudra on Wednesday.Deannath J. Kulatunge, Director,Carsons Management Services Ltd also spoke. (SP)

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