Air Force resume domestic flights
The Air Force has established an office in Katunayake to expand its
domestic flight services to all parts of the country at nominal fares.
Air Force spokesman Wing Commander Janaka Nanayakkara said the Air
Force had established a domestic travellers services has now commenced
and will be expanded for the use of public in the past. "This disbanded
during the conflict particularly due to the security threat," he added.
The domestic service with the permission of the Defence Ministry,
Wing Commander Nanayakkara told the Daily News. He observed that the Air
Force has established an office in Katunayake for the passenger needs.
"People can book available charter flights to their destinations.
However, there will be no formal scheduled flight services. A number of
people can book on available aircraft depending on passenger seats and
fly to their destinations," he added.