US-Bangla Airlines has a total of 13 aircraft, including six brand new ATR 72-600, three Dash 8-Q400 and four Boeing 737-800
US-Bangla Airlines has started operating one weekly flight on the Chittagong-Muscat-Chittagong route from Wednesday.
Speaking to Dhaka Tribune, Kamrul Islam of US-Bangla Airlines, said: “The Muscat-bound flights will leave at 8:30pm every Wednesday from Hazrat Shah Amanat International Airport in Chittagong and land at Muscat at 11:30pm (local time).
“The same flight will leave Muscat every Thursday at 12:30pm local time and land in Chittagong at 7:15am.”
The airlines currently operates two flights on the Dhaka-Muscat route every week.
“Besides, our flights leave Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport (HSIA) for Muscat at 10pm on Monday and Thursday and will land in Muscat at 1pm (local time) on Tuesday and Friday, every week.
“On the other hand, it will fly from Muscat to Dhaka at 2pm local time on Tuesday and Friday and will land at HSIA in Dhaka at 8:30am,” Kamrul Islam added.
US-Bangla Airlines operate flights on such international routes as Guangzhou, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Doha.
US-Bangla Airlines plans to operate flights on other international routes soon amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
US-Bangla Airlines has a total of 13 aircraft, including six brand new ATR 72-600, three Dash 8-Q400 and four Boeing 737-800.
The airlines also operates one international flight every week between Dhaka and Guangzhou and two international flights to Kuala Lumpur.