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Air fares to Jaffna slashed

Two internal airlines flying between Colombo and Jaffna have agreed to reduce their air fares on the request of Ports and Aviation Minister Chamal Rajapaksa since the armed conflict in the North had ended and normalcy returned, a press release by the Ministry stated.

Since there were more passengers among whom were businessmen, the clergy, political leaders and members of civil organisations flying to and from Jaffna there should be no shortage of passengers for the civil aircraft, the Minister had pointed out.

Therefore, one private airline had reduced their one way fare from Rs.10,750 to Rs.10,250 while the round fare that was Rs.21,000 had been reduced to Rs19,500.

The other airline a charter operator also had reduced fares from one Rs.17,250 to Rs.16,000 and round fare of Rs.34,000 to Rs. 32,000 the release also said.

 

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