Mihin Lanka to increase flights to Bahrain and Jakarta
- New services to begin in December, and offers customers more options -
Mihin Lanka, an award winning low-fare airline, is to introduce additional flights on routes to Bahrain and Jakarta. The airline will add two extra weekly round-trip services to Jakarta, and one extra weekly round-trip service to Bahrain, bringing the overall number of flights to six times per week on each route.
Mihin’s new flight on the Colombo – Bahrain route will operate on Tuesdays and will begin on the 7th of December. The flight MJ215 will leave Colombo at 6.30pm and reach Bahrain at 9.35pm local time. The return flight MJ216 leaves Bahrain at 10.35pm and arrives in Colombo at 6.05am the following day. The service will operate on all days of the week except Saturday.
The additional services on the Colombo – Jakarta route will operate on Tuesdays and Sundays, and will begin on the 9th of December. Flight MJ603 will leave Colombo at 1.25pm and arrive in Jakarta at 7.50pm. The returning flight MJ604 departs from Jakarta at 8.50pm for an arrival into Colombo at 11.55pm.
In addition to convenient travel into Colombo, the flights are also well timed to connect into onward destinations of Mihin Lanka, as well as its partner SriLankan Airlines – offering customers the choice of easily visiting a range of destinations in India, Middle East, Asia Pacific as well as Europe through a quick connection. The new flights, as well as connections to onward destinations can be easily booked on Mihin Lanka’s website mihinlanka.com or from your favourite travel agent. Flying with Mihin Lanka also includes a complimentary meal, as well as a generous free baggage allowance.
“Mihin Lanka is committed to bringing low fares, and a great flying experience to our valued customers,” said Kapila Chandrasena, Chief Executive Officer of Mihin Lanka “We have seen a very strong demand for our services in these regions, and are proud to be able to offer more options for affordable travel.”
Mihin Lanka’s services to Bahrain and Jakarta operate on-board Airbus A320 family aircraft, reputed for their superior passenger comfort, safety and environmental friendliness. The airline will also commence flights to its newest destination, Madurai in India, from the 7th of December.