After a long wait of eight months, travelers can expect international flights to resume in Sri Lanka very soon. The country closed its international airports in mid-March to tackle the spread of Coronavirus. There had been news of lifting travel restrictions in May and August, however, the plans were delayed as other countries were going through a surge in cases.
According to the latest news, the Civil Aviation Authorities of Sri Lanka said that it would be issuing directives to the travel industry on the opening of Sri Lanka’s airspace for commercial and charter flight operations. The country is currently carving out innovative ways to influence travelers who are waiting for the international flights to resume in Sri Lanka.
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Social Distancing Practices For International Flights To Resume In Sri Lanka
The following are the social distancing measures that are followed in the country to curb the spread of the virus:
- No handshaking or hugging
- Avoid mass gatherings for social, ceremonial, and religious ceremonies
- Avoid crowded places
- Maintaining a distance of 6 feet from other individuals
Meanwhile, the authorities are planning numerous marketing strategies to attract Globetrotters from across the world. The hospitality industry is further taking all the necessary measures to ensure a safer experience for the visitors.
Are you planning a future trip to Sri Lanka? Stay updated about all the latest travel updates while we all get set for international flights to resume in Sri Lanka. Don’t forget to plan your future trips with TravelTriangle and grab the best travel deal in the post-COVID world!