SriLankan Airlines has over $1bn in debt and the airline employees are at a risk of losing their jobs if the restructuring measures are not implemented, said Nimal Siripala de Silva, Minister of Ports and Civil Aviation, Sri Lanka said while addressing a press briefing at the Presidential Media centre. “As of today, SriLankan Airlines has a debt of $ 1.2 billion. Several institutions including local state banks have had to pay the arrears for international bonds and leased aircraft. Also, we have to pay for the fuel that we got without paying money. It is not possible to run

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