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About Srilankan Airlines

Sri Lankan Airways, the flag carrier of Sri Lanka started to operate in 1979. With best air services this airline is contributing a lot in the economic development of the country. In 1982, it received its own aircraft and now it operates its scheduled flights to various destinations. It offers scheduled flights to 64 destinations in 34 nations which are Africa, Europe, Middle East, Southeast Asia, North America, Africa and Australia. The fleet of Sri Lankan Airways consists of total 13 aircrafts. The aircrafts are impressive and offer safe flights to the passengers. The main aircrafts included in its fleet are Airbus A320-200, Airbus A330-200, Airbus A340-300 and Boeing 767-300 ER (Wet Leased until 8th September 2010). Apart from low air fare, and innumerable facilities to the passengers, it provides many in-flight conveniences. Making air travel with this airline will be a memorable experience for passengers. Due to providing comfortable services to passengers it has won awards from Skytrax for having World’s Friendliest Cabin Staff. The crew members and other staffs during travel co-operate in every manner. They behave politely with each customer. The members of crew are expertise and take care of young travelers awards from Skytrax for having World’s Friendliest Cabin Staff. All passengers are free to choose food materials according to their choices. Passengers are given absolute attention and special meals, such as those without salt or infant food can be booked via online booking method.

About Guwahati (GAU)

The 'City of Eastern Light' - Guwahati is the largest city in Assam and also, the whole of North-East India. The city is wedged between the mighty Brahmaputra River and the Shillong Plateau. There are many places of religious importance, shopping streets, multiplexes and museums in the city that tempt tourists for a visit. Built by Gadapani in the 17th century, Uma Nanda Temple is one of the star attractions of this city. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, this holy site lies on an island called Peacock Island in the Brahmaputra River. Tourists can take a ferry to reach this island, which also houses a Ganesh Temple. Located on top of the Neelachal Hill in the western part of the city, Kamakhya Temple is another religious site that is visited by thousands of pilgrims every year. Other important temples of the region are the Janardana Temple, Ugro Tara Temple, Bhubaneswari Temple and Navagraha Temple. Places for sightseeing are not limited to only temples. The Assam State Zoo and Botanical Garden, Regional Science Centre, Guwahati Planetarium and Assam State Museum are other exciting places that can keep tourists engaged during their stay. MakeMyTrip offers many exciting travel packages that can help tourists travel around this city without any discomfort or inconvenience.