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Katunayake, Sri Lanka - SriLankan Airlines, which is planning to resume passenger services from June 1st, currently continues to focus on all-cargo and repatriation flights.

The airline has been conducting all-cargo flights with its Airbus A330-300 jets without any modification in the passenger cabins. SriLankan has now secured initial approval from the country's Civil Aviation Authority (CAASL) to remove passenger seats from one of its A330-300s and operate it as a dedicated freighter.

The airline said that it had been operating an increased number of cargo-only flights from May 18.

"These dedicated cargo flights are a vital link for local exporters to take their products to new and existing international markets and will also enable the importation of much needed raw materials,"

the Asian carrier said in a recent statement.
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