SriLankan Catering is a wholly-affiliated subsidiary of SriLankan Airlines, which provides catering services for all airlines that serve Bandaranaike International Airport. In 2008, Emirates informed the Sri Lankan government that it would not renew its management contract, which expired on 31 March 2008. The Sri Lankan government is seeking to strengthen control over the day-to-day management of the airline.  Emirates sold its 43.63 per cent share of the airline to the Sri Lankan government in a 2010 agreement, ending all routes between the two airlines.  SriLankan`s first program was called Serendib Miles and was abandoned in early 2000. He then became a partner in the Emirates Skywards loyalty program. However, this agreement no longer existed when the partnership between the two airlines was concluded on March 31, 2008.  SriLankan then launched FlySmiLes, which has since integrated a large number of new reward partners into its program.   After the airline`s entry into the oneworld alliance, new levels of membership were added to accommodate oneworld membership levels. Members earn better privileges on board all oneworld airlines. SriLankan Traiteering Limited is the only caterer in Sri Lanka. The turnstile is Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA).  SriLankan Catering is the main business of SriLankan Catering is catering on board the airlines that serve Bandaranaike International Airport.
 The BIA`s state-of-the-art flying kitchen offers a capacity of 25,000 meals per day.  SriLankan Catering was founded in 1979 as Air Lanka Catering Services Limited with BOI status and began its business as a joint venture with Thai Airways International. When the joint enterprise agreement with Thai Airways International expired in 1998, Air Lanka Limited acquired the shares of the joint venture partner, becoming the subsidiary of SriLankan Airlines Limited, which makes it the wholly owned subsidiary. In September 2000, the company changed its name to SriLankan Catering (Private) Limited.  FlySmiles partners include all Oneworld, Cinnamon Air and Etihad Airways airlines, as well as non-airline partners such as Abans and Spa Ceylon.