Sri Lanka flights from $690 return

Andrew Munro 21 September 2017 NEWS

Sri Lanka

Singapore Airlines is off to Colombo.

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If you want to fly to Colombo, Sri Lanka, then Singapore Airlines definitely has a deal for you, taking off from $690 return from February to August 2018. That's about half price compared to usual fares. As an added bonus, Singapore Airlines is a fairly luxurious carrier, so you can enjoy full service comfort en route.

Starting fares are from Perth, though Singapore Airlines basically has flights from every capital city covered here for under $721 return. For example, Melbourne to Colombo for $705 return and Sydney to Colombo for $720 return. See below for a full list.

As another added bonus, these flights fall right in the middle of the best visiting season, for dry weather and clear beaches.

They're not with any particular sale, and are simply available until sold out. But it's a top tourist season and there's no way of knowing how many spots are left, so it might be worth hopping in while you can.

Bookings: Skyscanner.

From To Price (return) Book
Perth Colombo $690 Book your Colombo flight
Melbourne Colombo $705 Book your Colombo flight
Adelaide Colombo $707 Book your Colombo flight
Canberra Colombo $712 Book your Colombo flight
Brisbane Colombo $716 Book your Colombo flight
Sydney Colombo $720 Book your Colombo flight

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