Emirates is gearing up to launch the world’s first “biometric path” which will offer its customers a smooth and truly seamless airport journey at the airline’s hub in Dubai International airport.

Emirates’ latest Boeing 777-300ER aircraft fitted with the ‘Game Changer' First Class product will operate between Dubai and Vienna on a daily basis from 1 December 2018.

ikman.lk, Sri Lanka’s largest online marketplace has expanded its holiday offering, partnering Booking.com, the world leader in booking accommodation online, connecting travelers with the widest choice of incredible places to stay.

There’s nothing quite like watching a movie in one’s own language, or listening to the music of a favourite local artist to feel at home even at 35,000 feet, a fact that Emirates, the world’s largest airline, has invested in with an award-winning inflight entertainment system that caters to hundreds of nationalities including Sri Lankans.

Emirates Skywards has launched an on-demand ground transportation booking app called Emirates Skywards Cabforce in partnership with CarTrawler – the first of its kind in the world.

Tenaga Car Parks (Pvt) Ltd, South Asia’s largest parking Management Company, having over 100 parking meters in Colombo entered into an agreement with MegaPay Pvt Ltd to enable pre-payment for parking.

Reinforcing its stronghold across the country, PickMe is currently spearheading an expansion drive.

Ronan Keating at Chena Huts by Uga Escapes

Wednesday, 05 September 2018 09:25

While Boyzone’s concert was building hype and highlight around the music enthusiasts of the country, the band member Ronan Keating has decided to enjoy the serenity of the island prior to the big event in Colombo.

This is the emotional moment a pilot breaks down in tears as he gives a farewell speech to passengers on his final flight.

Emirates has given wings to the travel dream of a young Sri Lankan, presenting him with two return air tickets to a destination in Europe at the conclusion of an exciting competition on Facebook.

Riu Sri Lanka, the country’s largest all-inclusive resort with a stunning 501 rooms, recently held a tree planting and beach cleaning programme as part of its social and community responsible activities.