US-Bangla Airlines plans to operate flights to various destinations in the Middle East, especially with expatriate Bangladeshis in focu
US-Bangla Airlines, the largest private airliner in Bangladesh, is going to start flights to Dubai from February 1, 2021. It will operate seven flights a week to and from Dhaka to Dubai.
Initially, seven flights will be operated for Dubai from Dhaka.
Every Monday, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday, the flights will take off for Dubai from Dhaka at 6:30pm, arriving in Dubai at 10pm.
The flight will depart for Dhaka from Dubai at 11:30pm on every scheduled day and will reach Dhaka at 6am the next day.
Every Tuesday, flights will start for Dubai from Dhaka at 5:30pm and will reach Dubai at 9pm.
On Wednesdays, flights will start for Dubai from Dhaka at 3:55pm and will reach at 7:25pm.
On Saturday, the US-Bangla Airlines flight will start for Dubai from Dhaka at 05:00pm and will reach there at 08:30pm.
For Economy Class, the minimum one-way fare of Tk54,999 and return fare of Tk73,000 have been fixed on the Dhaka-Dubai route. Also, the minimum one-way fare of Tk38,560 and return fare of Tk63,567 have been fixed on the Dubai-Dhaka route.
On the other hand, for Business Class, the one-way fare of Tk79,200 and return fare of Tk1,53,526 have been fixed on the same route. Also, a one-way fare of Tk60,496 and return fare of Tk1,02,820 have been fixed for the route. The fares include all taxes and surcharges.
US-Bangla Airlines plans to operate flights to various destinations in the Middle East, especially with expatriate Bangladeshis in focus.
It has been decided to operate flights to Abu Dhabi in addition to Dubai very soon. Apart from tourists, there are more than one million expatriate Bangladeshis in different cities of the UAE, including Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
US-Bangla Airlines currently operates flights to Muscat, Doha, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Kolkata, Chennai and Guangzhou. US-Bangla also plans to operate flights to Male and Colombo shortly.
Besides, US-Bangla operates flights to all domestic routes in Bangladesh, especially from Dhaka to Cox's Bazar, Chittagong, Sylhet, Syedpur, Jessore, Rajshahi and Barisal.
US-Bangla Airlines has a total of thirteen aircraft in its fleet, including 4 Boeing 737-800, and 6 brand new ATR 72-600. There are plans to add four more new aircraft to the fleet soon.