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US-Bangla is going to start Dhaka-Delhi flights from the last week of July

Update : 30 Jun 2023, 20:25

US-Bangla Airlines is going to start direct flights to the 12th international destination from the last week of July to the capital of India, Delhi. Dhaka-Delhi route will initially operate flights four days a week. It plans to operate flights every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday to Delhi, one of the lucrative destinations in South Asia.

US-Bangla is about to fulfill the long-awaited expectations of Bangladeshi tourists who are thirsty for travel, travelers who are interested in getting advanced medical care, and students studying in various universities in Delhi. As a friendly country, the decision to operate US-Bangla flights to Delhi, the capital of India, will further strengthen the ties between the two countries. Capital Delhi will be US-Bangla's third direct route to India. US-Bangla Airlines is currently operating flights on Kolkata and Chennai routes in India.

As part of future plans, US-Bangla Airlines is going to start operating flights with Boeing 737-800 aircraft to Delhi, the capital of India. Currently, the US-Bangla fleet has a total of 19 aircraft, including 8 Boeing 737-800 aircraft. For the first time, two Airbus 330s are going to be added to the US-Bangla fleet by next August. With which there is a plan to operate flights from Dhaka to Jeddah route this year.

Apart from Chennai, Kolkata, US-Bangla Airlines is currently operating flights to Dubai, one of the Middle East destinations, Sharjah, Muscat, Doha, Kuala Lumpur inhabited by expatriate Bangladeshis, Singapore, Male, one of the tourist-friendly destinations Bangkok and Guangzhou one of the commercial cities of China.

Recently in the Skytrax World Airline Awards 2023, one of the private airlines of Bangladesh US-Bangla Airlines won the 5th place among South Asian airlines.

In addition to international routes, US-Bangla Airlines is operating flights to all domestic destinations in Bangladesh, especially from Dhaka to Cox's Bazar, Chattogram, Sylhet, Saidpur, Jashore, Rajshahi and Barishal.


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