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Air Lanka, which was state-owned, was partially privatized in 1998, with investment by Dubai-based Emirates Group, when Emirates and the Sri Lankan government signed an agreement for a ten-year strategic partnership.
This agreement included exclusive rights for all aircraft ground handling and airline catering at Colombo-Bandaranaike airport for a ten-year period.
On 24 April 1980, the lease ended; Air Lanka received a replacement Boeing 737 leased from Royal Brunei.
On 1 November 1980, Air Lanka commenced wide-body operations with a leased Lockheed L1011-1 Tristar from Air Canada.
Sri Lankan upgraded its existing A340 fleet into a two-class configuration (business and economy class) whilst overhauling the interior to reflect the new corporate image.
Jeddah became the airline's 51st destination overall.
The A330-200 aircraft joined the airline between October 1999 and July 2000.
The company’s fourth A340-300 arrived at Colombo painted in the airline’s new corporate livery.
Sri Lankan phased out their last Airbus A340-300 on 7 January 2016 with its last scheduled flight from Chennai to Colombo.
The airline terminated three European routes – Frankfurt, Paris and Rome – by end 2016.