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Sri Lanka is a small island country located in South Asia. The country, earlier known as Ceylon, shares water borders with India towards the northwest and Maldives to the southwest. The country’s ancient history is what makes it such a crowd puller, with more than 3,000 years of documented history. Its natural beauty and gorgeous beaches also help in bringing in tourists. Flights to Sri Lanka are quite easy to come by, and offer regular operations.
The major tourist points of interest in Sri Lanka include Temple of the Tooth, Sigiriya, Udawalawe National Park, Horton Plains National Park, Yala National Park, Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, Dambulla cave temple, Royal Botanical Gardens, Peradeniya, Adam's Peak Mountain, Galle Fort, Sinharaja Forest Reserve, Ravana Falls, Gangaramaya Buddhist Temple and Hakgala Botanical Garden.
Sri Lanka Airports:
There are several airports that serve Sri Lanka, and the two main ones include the Bandaranaike International Airport and Ratmalana Airport. Bandaranaike International Airport operates with CMB as its IATA code and VCBI as its ICAO code, and it is the busiest international airport of the country. It is located in Negombo, a little more than 35 kms away from the city center of Colombo.
Ratmalana Airport operates with RML as its IATA code and VCCC as its ICAO code. It was the first international airport of the country, and is located 15 kms away from Colombo. There are two terminals at the airport, one is for domestic and international passengers, and the other one is the cargo terminal. Another international airport of Sri Lanka is the Mattala Rajapaksa International Airport, which operates with HRI as its IATA code and VCRI as its ICAO code. The airport is located in the town of Mattala, nearly 18 kms away from the city of Hambantota. All three of these international airports of Sri Lanka operate with a single runway, which can lead them to be a little crowded from time to time. Flights to Sri Lanka from various destinations land here on a regular basis.
Flights to Sri Lanka:
Regular scheduled flights to Sri Lanka are available from several destinations across the world, such as Delhi, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait, Male, Kathmandu, Seoul, Jeddah, Singapore, Istanbul, Melbourne, Milan and Vienna. Seasonal flights to Sri Lanka are also available from some destinations.
The main airlines and carriers that serve the country currently include Cinnamon Air, Air China, Gulf Air, Korean Air, SilkAir, Thomson Airways, SpiceJet, Turkish Airlines, Saudia, Qatar Airways and Oman Air.