Air China, the prestigious national carrier of the People’s Republic of China, has announced the resumption of flights between Chengdu, located in the vibrant Sichuan province, and Colombo, the bustling capital city of Sri Lanka. Commencing from July 3rd, the airline will offer convenient travel options connecting these two destinations.
The flights between Chengdu and Colombo will operate three times a week, specifically on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Travelers can look forward to the seamless air travel experience provided by Air China.
Passengers departing from Chengdu Tianfu International Airport will witness their flights touching down at the esteemed Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA) in Colombo at 08:55 p.m. The return flights are scheduled to depart for Chengdu at 10:15 p.m., ensuring a well-rounded travel itinerary.
This renewed air route between Chengdu and Colombo signifies the growing importance of connectivity between China and Sri Lanka. It presents an excellent opportunity for business, tourism, and cultural exchanges, fostering closer ties between the two nations.
Air China’s decision to reinstate these flights reflects their commitment to providing enhanced travel options and contributing to the development of robust international air connectivity. Passengers can now enjoy the convenience and comfort offered by Air China as they embark on their journeys between Chengdu and Colombo.