42 Lankans return home from Nepal

Tuesday, 28 April 2015 - 10:28

The Air Force flight C130 carrying 43 Sri Lankans from Nepal is scheduled to arrive at the Katunayake International Airport at 1.30 this afternoon.

Air Force Media Spokesman Wing Commander Gihan Seneviratne told our news team that the flight No.C130 has already left Katmandu Airport at 9 o’clock this morning.

Flight No.C130 left for Katmandu last Sunday carrying 48 relief workers.

Meanwhile 23 members of the under-14 female football team are onboard the returning Air Force flight.

Sri Lankan Ambassador in Nepal W.M. Seneviratne further explained about the Sri Lankans staying in Nepal.

Meanwhile Prime Minister’s Office stated that another flight carrying relief goods and rescue teams would leave for Katmandu tomorrow.

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