The private airline company plans to operate two flights every week from Dhaka to Muscat
US-Bangla Airlines has decided to resume its regular flight operation on the Dhaka-Muscat route from October 1, after six months of Covid-19 forced suspension.
The private airline company plans to operate two flights every week from Dhaka to Muscat, Oman while ensuring all the health safety guidelines issued by the governments of Bangladesh and Oman, said a statement issued on Sunday.
Kamrul Islam, the spokesperson for the airlines, said: “The Muscat-bound flights will leave Dhaka at 10:00pm on Monday and Thursday every week."
“The return flight will leave Muscat for Dhaka at 8:30am (local time) on Tuesdays and Fridays.”
Currently, US-Bangla Airlines has a total of 13 aircrafts including six brand new ATR 72-600, three Dash 8-Q400, and four Boeing 737-800.
US-Bangla Airlines also operates one international flight a week from Dhaka to Guangzhou and two international flights to Kuala Lumpur.