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ALKSrilankan Airlines (ICAO code)
ALKAlkohol (German: alcohol)
ALKAlkaline
ALKAnaplastic Lymphoma Kinase
ALKAlkylation
ALKActivin Receptor-Like Kinase
ALKAlaska Air Group, Inc. (stock symbol)
ALKAutomated Limellar Keratoplasty (Surgical Procedure)
ALKAutomatisierte Liegenschaftskarte
ALKAnti-Lift Kit (Subaru suspension system)
ALKAllergologisk Laboratorium København (Allergological Laboratory of Copenhagen)
ALKAssociation Languedocienne de Kyudo (French; Japanese archery association)
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Summary: Kochi (Kerala) [India], May 28 (ANI): Srilankan Airlines flight UL-168 on Sunday cross-landed, off-centered off the runway at Cochin airport by one meter putting lives of 227 passengers at risk.
SriLankan Airlines, the National Carrier of Sri Lanka and a member of the oneworld airline alliance, is firmly focused on increasing its foothold recently in the Middle East travel market, with a concerted promotional effort at the 25th Arabian Travel Market in Dubai.
SriLankan Airlines in its recently ended financial year carried the highest number of passengers ever in the airline's history.
SriLankan Airlines CEO Suren Ratwatte said: "It is our pleasure to seal a codeshare partnership with Qatar Airways to allow our passengers the flexibility and convenience of effective onward connectivity to a number of destinations."
Muscat: Growing trade and tourism links between the Sultanate of Oman and Sri Lanka have forced the SriLankan Airlines, the national carrier of Sri Lanka, to introduce daily flights between Muscat and Colombo.
Malaysia Airlines (MAS), Malaysia's flag carrier, and SriLankan Airlines Limited, the national airline of Sri Lanka, have expanded their longstanding codeshare partnership.
SriLankan Airlines Group is recovering gradually from the December 2004 tsunami, reporting a net profit of LKR2.04 billion ($19.6 million) for the fiscal year ended March 31 that marks a 48.3% improvement from the prior year's profit of LKR1.38 billion but still falls far short of the LKR5.64 billion it earned in FY04.
SriLankan Airlines' passenger traffic from Bahrain has increased by 40% in the first five months of the airline's current financial year.
Standard Chartered acting as the Joint Lead Manager and Joint Bookrunner successfully priced a US$ 175 million, five-year Fixed Rate Senior Unsecured Reg S issuance for Srilankan Airlines, guaranteed by the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka at 7.00% yield.
SriLankan Airlines is inviting travellers from the Middle East to enjoy the pleasures of a quick break or an extended holiday with family on the island.
The SriLankan Airlines Restructuring Ministerial Committee has accepted the resignation of Board of Directors and is to appoint a 5-member panel to restructure the national carrier.