The Sri Lankan Air Force has opened a new office of its commercial wing in Jaffna.
The ‘Helitours’ office will manage commercial activities of the Air Force, including civilian air connections with the rest of the island and helicopter tours for tourists, reported the defence ministry’s website.
The new office, on Stanley Road “in the heart of Jaffna”, was ceremoniously opened by Air Force Air Marshall HD Abeywikrama.
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