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Amadeus Lanka celebrates 2 decades of innovation, collaboration and better journeys


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Amadeus Lanka celebrated two decades of successful market leadership, innovation and an ongoing contribution to the travel and tourism industry in Sri Lanka, with its subscribers and partners. 

Amadeus Lanka Country Manager Dennis Fonseka said: “We are thrilled to share this accomplishment with all our stakeholders. I attribute our leadership position in the market to our valued partners who have supported us through the past two decades and also to the diligence and dedication of our employees. As we look forward to many more years of continued success, we would like to express our appreciation to our partners who have shown consistent trust in Amadeus. We aim to grow together, along with our businesses and partners, and shape a sustainable travel future for tomorrow.”

To celebrate this landmark, Amadeus Lanka hosted an evening of entertainment at Hotel Cinnamon Grand on 25 August. Leading artists of the Sri Lankan music industry charmed the audience with their beautiful renditions and compositions. This was followed by a felicitation ceremony with business partners, as a token of thanks for their continuous support and commitment to Amadeus. 

Amadeus Lanka, wholly owned by Bird Group one of India’s largest travel conglomerates, has been a pioneer in providing a global platform to the Sri Lankan Travel industry by enabling access to state of the art travel automation technology. Set up in 1997, Amadeus Lanka was established with the objective of providing IT and software services, developing software products and automated tools, for the travel trade industry including customized software products for travel agents and travel service providers.

Amadeus Lanka has its head office in Colombo and it provides software connectivity to travel agents in Sri Lanka and Maldives to access over 95% of scheduled airline seats as well as hotel rooms, car hire and other travel services worldwide through Amadeus Global Distribution System. 

For more information, please visit www.amadeus.lk


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