SriLankan Airlines

SriLankan Airlines joined oneworld on 1 May 2014. It is not just the flagcarrier of Sri Lanka, but also the largest international airline serving the Maldives and with a significant presence in southern India too.  

It has virtually doubled in size since peace returned to its home country and plans further substantial expansion to its fleet and network in the next few years. 

It now operates a fleet of more than 20 aircraft – including seven Airbus A320s, five A330-200s and six A340-300s, with an average age of nine years – and has orders for 10 new aircraft, including four A350-900s.  

Summary - SriLankan Airlines

Travel classes

SriLankan offers Business Class and Economy Class on its flights.  On its longhaul routes, its Business Class cabin offers seats that convert into fully or lie flat beds.

Frequent flyers

As a member of SriLankan's FlySmiLes programme, you can earn mileage rewards and tier status points every time you travel on eligible oneworld partner flights.  And when you are ready to redeem your rewards, almost a thousand destinations await you across the oneworld network.

To learn more about the benefits available to you as part of the oneworld frequent flyer network, please select your tier status from the list below.


SriLankan code-shares with oneworld partners Malaysia Airlines and S7 Airlines.