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|IndiGo now charges passengers INR 100 to check-in at airport
Dhaka: Budget airline IndiGo is now charging passenger Rs 100 service fee if they want to check-in at the airport counters from October 17, the airline said in a statement.
|Dubai introduces a new residence programme
Dubai: Dubai has launched a unique programme that enables overseas remote working professionals to live in the emirate while continuing to serve their employers in their home country, as rep...
|Delta Air Lines posts USD 5.4b loss in Q3
Dhaka: As the airline industry continues to struggle amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Delta Air Lines, on October 13, posted a USD 5.4 billion loss in the third quarter after spending ...
|Renewed lockdown hits Malaysia’s tourism sector hard
Dhaka: Hotels, attractions and tour agencies in Malaysia have been hit by a wave of cancellations, as the country’s major cities enter a partial lockdown once again following a recent ...
|Emirates reiterates commitment against human trafficking
Dubai: Emirates has extended its support to the newest global movie “What is Human Trafficking by “It’s a Penalty” launched in collaboration with actor Liam Neeson. The short film is designed t...
|Christopher joins Amari Dhaka as General Manager
Dubai: An experienced hospitality professional, Christopher Baker has been appointed as the new General Manager of Amari Dhaka. Before assumption of new office he was serving as General Mana...
|Thai visa processing to be easier, quicker for Bangladeshis
Dhaka: Arunrung Phothong Humphreys, the departing Ambassador of Thailand to Bangladesh on October 7 said Thai visa processing will now be easier and quicker for Bangladeshis.
|Dhaka, Delhi to launch air bubble soon
Dhaka: Bangladesh and India want to resume flight operations through a special "air bubble" arrangement "as soon as possible" after finalising the "technicalities&qu...
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