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Triplover, US-Bangla to sponsor Dhaka Travel Mart 2022

Update : 23 May 2022, 14:40

Triplover, a leading online travel agency, and US-Bangla Airlines, a private sector airline in Bangladesh, will sponsor the forthcoming Dhaka Travel Mart (DTM) 2022.

Triplover will support the 17th edition of the oldest international travel and tourism fair of the country as the title sponsor while US-Bangla Airlines will join the tourism extravaganza as the co-sponsor.

The Bangladesh Monitor, a premier travel and tourism publication, will organize the event.

MoUs to this effect were signed among the sponsoring organisations and the Bangladesh Monitor at a simple ceremony held at the corporate head office of the US-Bangla Airlines in Dhaka on Saturday.

Mohammed Abdullah Al Mamun, managing director of US-Bangla Airlines, Nisha Tasnim Shaikh, general manager and head of operations, Triplover Limited, and Kazi Wahidul Alam, editor, The Bangladesh Monitor signed the MoUs on behalf of their respective sides.

Speaking on the occasion Kazi Wahidul Alam said, “Following the devastating effect of Covid-19 pandemic on travel and tourism sector during the last two years, the forthcoming Dhaka Travel Mart is expected to accelerate recovery of the industry.”

He thanked both Triplover and US-Bangla Airlines for joining their hands with the Bangladesh Monitor in organising the DTM-2022 as the sponsors and hoped the partnership would go a long way in harnessing the country’s tourism potential.

Abdullah Al-Mamun thanked the Bangladesh Monitor for their decision to host the Dhaka Travel Mart at a time when it is needed the most and hoped that this would create a great opportunity to showcase both the domestic and foreign tourism products to the discerning tourists of the country after a long gap of two years due to worldwide travel restrictions.

The three-day Dhaka Travel Mart-2022 will be held at the Pan Pacific Sonargaon Hotel, Dhaka from June 2 to 4 and will be participated by airlines, hotels, resorts, tour operators, and various other tourism and travel-related service providers from home and abroad.


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