Virtual Journeys

Through the Clouds with Capt. Eron Lude – May-be Sustainable

May 29 2020

A new look at the world and travel during this lock down. With much discussions taking place on the impacts of Covid 19 on the travel industry, we at ArTravele have decided to talk to four distinguished personalities to  understand travel life from their perspective and what changes they’d foresee. They will also be talking about their work towards preserving nature and wildlife and share with us few interesting tips to be responsible travelers. Do stay tuned to our Instagram page as we go live every Thursday during the month of May at 7pm IST through our special edition – May “be Sustainable”.

Captain Lude is a versatile Commercial Pilot with years of experience in the aviation industry. Capt. Lude obtained his Private Pilot License (PPL) at the Asian Aviation Center in Sri Lanka and trained at the Pro Aircraft Flight Training school in Texas USA for his Commercial Pilot License (CPL). Capt. Lude joined Cinnamon Air as a First Officer in 2013 and is currently employed as a Captain & Line Training Instructor for Cessna 208 Grand Caravan and Amphibian aircraft.

Cinnamon Air commenced its operations offering three products: scheduled flights to popular destinations in Sri Lanka, exclusive charter flights, and scenic flights. Due to the proven service quality and the unmatched travel convenience Cinnamon Air provides, the airline has become the preferred mode of travel to many upscale tourists visiting Sri Lanka. Serving 9 destinations throughout the island with daily scheduled flights, Cinnamon Air now operates over 100 scheduled flights a week. All aircraft of Cinnamon Air feature plush leather interiors to ensure a comfortable travel experience to passengers and wide windows to provide stunning bird’s-eye views of the island. By operating flights using amphibian aircraft, Cinnamon Air offers its passengers the rare experience of landing and take-off on water.

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