The service was cancelled just 6 weeks after it became the first foreign carrier to operate the newest International airport in Sri Lanka.
The airline previously operated twice weekly services to Mattala airport.
Reservations on the airline’s website is no longer available.
Launching the service on March 18, Air Arabia said that the twice weekly service would be increased to four times weekly in future.
The airline operates nine flights a week to Katunayaka Bandaranaike International Airport from Sharjah.
As the airport built with public money borrowed at high interest rates from international finance markets is landing to its reality, now, reports say the government is taking another step towards pushing it go. It is shutting the main Katunayaka airport for several hours everyday in the guise of widening the runway and diverting the aircraft to Mattala. Let us wait and see its practicality.