Cinnamon Air is proud to announce that we have been uplifting passengers- saving time and enriching lives-for 5 splendid years!
Cinnamon Air (www.cinnamonair.com), the only premier domestic airline to operate daily scheduled flights to/from the Bandaranaike International Airport and several other water and land aerodromes in Sri Lanka, commemorated the uplifting of the 10,000th passenger on their scheduled flights service, for the financial year 2017/18 on 23 March.
"Minister Nimal Siripala De Silva said the civil aviation service in the country would be expanded so as to serve local and foreigners."
Cinnamonair, Srilanka's premier domestic airline participated in the opening of Batticaloa airport.
Cinnamon Air sponsors the sports competition of Batticaloa preschool managed by Sri Lanka Air Force.
Cinnamon Air (www.cinnamonair.com), Sri Lanka's premier domestic airline, now offers daily scheduled flights to Hambantota (Mattala Rajapaksa International Airport) from Colombo’s Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA) and Cinnamon Air’s secondary hub, Kandy.
Cinnamon Air, Sri Lanka’s premier domestic airline, launched ‘Cinnamon Air Honours’ as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives in which a free scenic flight is offered to outstanding performers in a given field. Cinnamon Air offered a scenic flight to students who ranked first in the island in each discipline at the 2015 GCE Advanced Level examination.
The godfather of modern cooking, three Michelin star celebrity chef and Judge of Master Chef Australia, Marco Pierre White is currently touring Sri Lanka courtesy of Cinnamon Hotels & Resorts in collaboration with the British High Commission and flown courtesy of Sri Lankan Airlines from 18 to 31 January.
Cinnamon Air (www.cinnamonair.com), Sri Lanka’s premier domestic airline, is pleased to announce the launch of seasonal daily scheduled flights between Colombo, Castlereagh Reservoir and the Southern Coastal city of Koggala from 15 December 2015 to 31 March 2016.
Sri Lanka is shaped like a teardrop dripping into the Indian Ocean, and that’s always seemed appropriate to me. It’s a place I associate with happiness, but also heartache, both mine and the island’s. Pieces of my past are scattered here: it was the first foreign country I fell in love with, and the place I went to bury my last broken heart.