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Posted: 28 Aug 2012 | 6:00 am
British Airways is the latest to jump on the growing Sri Lanka emerging success story, with a return to the destination after 15 years.
Flights between London's Gatwick Airport and Colombo which include a stopover in the Maldives will commence in March 31st of next year.
Service will be on a Boeing 777, and marks a turning point following the end of a decades old civil war.
The UK remains Sri Lanka's second highest inbound tourist market following India.
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