Investigations find a loss of more than 10 million has occurred due to an order of former Sri Lankan Airlines Chairman. Sri Lanka Airlines has incurred a loss of more than 10 million rupees due to an order given by former chairman Nishantha Wickremasinghe changing a decision of flight managers in connection with a light scheduled to depart to France. Flight Managers of Sri Lankan and Mihin Lanka Airlines revealed these details at the presidential commission appointed to investigate into frauds of those organizations. According to the decision of the former Chairman 128 passengers had to change their destinations and the airline damaged its reputation.
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