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SriLankan Airlines launches Pre-Order Meal Service for Economy Class passengers


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SriLankan Airlines has come up with yet another value addition for its passengers with the launch of its Pre-Order Meal Selection for Economy Class passengers flying out of Colombo to most destinations on its global route network, to complement its award winning service, high level of comfort and sophisticated entertainment systems.

Passengers can choose from a delectable range that includes breakfast items such as Western Breakfast, Arabic Breakfast, Indian Breakfast and Healthy Breakfast; or snacks and main items such as Oriental Style Meal, Salmon Steak, Chicken Lamprais, Fillet Steak, Hot Dog, Fish Fritter, Beef Burger and Seafood Pie. The items provide excellent value for money as prices range from as little as $ 10 upwards.

Passengers can now pre-order a meal up to 48 hours prior to departure. This service is currently available for flights departing Colombo to London, Bangkok, Canton, Jakarta, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Melbourne, Tokyo, Beijing, Shanghai, Singapore, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Dammam, Doha, Dubai, Jeddah, Kuwait, Muscat, Riyadh and Seychelles. It is not yet available for flights bound for cities in India and the Maldives.

The meals can be pre-ordered through the SriLankan Airlines 24-hour Global Contact Centre on 1979 from any phone service in Sri Lanka. Overseas callers should dial +94 777 77 1979. Meals can also be pre-ordered at SriLankan Airlines ticket offices and travel agents using the Amadeus system.

All dishes on the menu can be seen at http://www.srilankan.com/en_uk/flying-with-us/premium-meals, with helpful pictures to help passengers make their choice. A limited number of pre-ordered meals/snacks are provided on each flight. Meals, once reserved, are non–refundable and meal types cannot be changed. When a meal is pre-ordered from this menus, the passenger’s standard meal will be automatically cancelled. This facility is not available on codeshare/interline flights operated by partner airlines.

Sri Lanka’s national carrier is an airline with a Four Star Rating from the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX); and has won global accolades such as ‘World’s Leading Airline to the Indian Ocean’ for two consecutive years at the World Travel Awards; ‘Best Full Service Airline in Central & South Asia’ for three consecutive years at the Future Travel Experience Asia Awards 2017; ‘Leading International Airline’ and ‘Best in Class’ at the South Asian Travel Awards 2017; and ‘Innovation in Commercial Airline Cabins’ at the In-flight Asia Pacific Awards. 

SriLankan operates a route network of 114 cities in 48 countries from its hub in Colombo, with a fleet of modern aircraft with the latest comforts such as flatbeds in Business Class and sophisticated in-flight entertainment, to complement its world class service that is famed for the qualities of caring and warmth. As a member of the prestigious oneworld global airline alliance, SriLankan also connects its passengers to over 1,000 cities in 160 countries around the globe through its oneworld partner airlines.


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