As Sri Lanka celebrates its 62nd anniversary of Independence on 4 February this year … SriLankan Airlines join in celebrating this joyous occasion with everyone born during that epoch making year, 1948.
It was the year when Ceylon gained freedom from the colonial yoke and a fledgling nation was born. If you were born in 1948, well then it's celebration time with the 'Incredible 62 Independence Extravaganza' from SriLankan Airlines.
All you need to do is to pay only 62% on the current fare of all outbound packages to a range of destinations. And mind you … this includes economy class return airfare, and two night accommodation on twin sharing basis on bed and breakfast with return airport transfers.
Do bear in mind that ticketing has to be completed prior to 4 February with travel valid until 31 March 2010.
'You don't have to be born in 1948 to enjoy this offer. You can go a step further and treat your parents, an old school teacher, an uncle, aunt or any special person celebrating his or her 62nd birthday this year' said Amith Sumanapala, General Manager SriLankan Holidays.
'Bon voyage and Happy Birthday with Incredible 62 Independence Extravaganza from SriLankan Airlines' he added.
SriLankan Holidays is closely supporting the efforts of Sri Lanka Tourism to spark a boom in the country's hospitality industry following the dawn of peace in Sri Lanka .
SriLankan Holidays has rapidly become one of Sri Lanka most dynamic tour operators, winning the country's Best Outbound Tour Operator award. As the leisure arm of SriLankan Airlines, it offers specially crafted inbound and outbound packages, as well as customised tours. These range from leisure travel for individuals, couples and families, to business travel, adventure travel, sports tourism, cultural tours, and MICE tourism (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions).
For details call the SriLankan Holidays Office, your nearest travel agent or
call us on +94 (0) 1 9733 3838,
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