The operations will resume on 12 th of December in 2022, with four weekly flights between Jaffna and Chennai. Before the service, Sri Lankans in the Northern region had to travel to the capital Colombo by train or a nearly eight-hour-road trip to take a flight out of the country.
The resumption of Chennai-Jaffna flight operations is excellent news for the people living in and near Jaffna in the Northern Province. Proficients and the industry community residing in the northern region have often stressed the need for more excellent connectivity with India for trade and business interests, tourism and personal visiting.
Jaffna International Airport in Palaly in Jaffna. Found about 16 km north of the town of Jaffna, the airfield was originally constructed by the Royal Air Force during World War II and subsequently operated as the country’s second international airport before taking over by the Sri Lanka Air Force. International or domestic Passengers could encounter magnificent hospitality with a Sri Lankan smile and hassle-free clearance via the airport and renamed the Jaffna International Airport in 2019.
Indian travellers from South regions now effortlessly access travel to Sri Lanka through Alliance Air for your next visit. Sri Lanka has so much to offer in many types. Whether honeymooners or family travellers, Sri Lanka is the best destination with many options.
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Chennai to Jaffna Flight Details
Four weekly flights will resume on December 12 and operate on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The flights depart from Jaffna at 11:50 and arrive in Chennai at 13:15, and the return flights leave Chennai at 9:25 am and arrive in Jaffna at 10:50.
Now travellers can book Jaffna to Chennai or Chennai to Jaffna through Alliance Air.