|Hubs||Bandaranaike International Airport|
|Headquarters||Colombo, Sri Lanka|
The company was registered on 1 November 1991 and was issued an operating licence on 1993. Sky Cabs offered scheduled and chartered international freight transport using a fleet of Antonov An-8 and An-12 aircraft. The following destinations were served on a regular, scheduled basis:
|Country-City||Airport Code||Airport Name||Notes||Refs|
|Bahrain||BAH||OBBI||Bahrain International Airport||Terminated|
|Calicut||CCJ||VOCL||Calicut International Airport||Terminated|
|Goa||GOI||VOGO||Goa International Airport||Terminated|
|Mumbai||BOM||VABB||Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport||Terminated|
|Trivandrum||TRV||VOTV||Trivandrum International Airport||Terminated|
|Gan||GAN||VRMG||Gan International Airport||Terminated|
|Muscat||MCT||OOMS||Muscat International Airport||Terminated|
|Lahore||LHE||OPLA||Allama Iqbal International Airport||Terminated|
|colombo||CMB||VCBI||Bandaranaike International Airport||Terminated|
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Investigation into the accident revealed a number of procedural failures, including the fact that the aircraft had been operated without a valid licence.
As a consequence, all international cargo airlines of Sri Lanka were grounded and had to be reassessed. Sky Cabs failed this procedure, and was subsequently shut down.
Accidents and incidents
- On March 24, 2000, Sky Cabs Flight 702 from Bangkok crashed into a housing area near Bandaranaike International Airport due to fuel starvation. Three people on the ground were killed, as well as six of the eight occupants on board the Antonov An-12 (registered RA-11302).
- "Information about Sky Cabs". Aero Transport Data Bank. Retrieved 18 May 2013. Cite error: Invalid
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- "World Airline Directory 1999". Flight International. 6 April 1999. Retrieved 5 May 2013.
- ""Final Report An 12 Aircraft Accident on 24/03/2000 at Negombo, Sri Lanka" (PDF). Civil Aviation Authority Sri Lanka. Retrieved 5 May 2013.