: Two more Boeing 737-800s are expected to join the US-Bangla Airlines fleet next November.
The airline in a press release said that it will add fourth aircraft to its fleet to conduct flight operations more swiftly to international destinations.
With the arrival of these new aircraft, the US-Bangla fleet will have seven aircraft all together, including four Boeing 737-800 aircrafts with 164 seats and three Dash8-Q400 aircraft with 76 seats.
The new Boeing planes are configured with 159 seats including eight Business Class and 167 Economy Class seats.
US-Bangla currently operates over 300 flights on domestic and international routes. The company has operated over 30,000 flights, which is a record in Bangladesh aviation history.
On July 17, 2014, US-Bangla Airlines, one of the major private airlines of Bangladesh, started its journey with two Dash8-Q400 aircrafts on Dhaka-Jashore route.
Since then it spread its wings, connecting all domestic routes. In addition, the airline commenced flights to international destinations from to Kolkata, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Guangzhou, Muscat and Doha.