XXVIII, Issue No. 7
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Polish carrier LOT ask passengers to help pay for the repair hydraulic problem
Brazilian pilot embraces Islam while flying over Saudi Arabia
Int’l Leathergoods Show 2018 from Nov 22
UNWTO reports: Int. visitors spent most in Thailand, among Asian countries
Emirates airline and Group record revenue growth during first half of 2018-19 despite global challenges
Drunk Irish passenger arrested after Air India flight lands in London
Emirates introduces taxi app
Development of all Bangladesh airports in progress
Air India pilot caught drunk before takeoff on Delhi-London flight
Hijack scare on Delhi-Kandahar flight after pilot mistakenly presses hijack button
US-Bangla Airlines to help Rohingya children
A Monitor Desk Report
17 Sep, 2017  |
: US-Bangla Airlines, one of the leading airlines of the country, has announced its pledge to help Rohingya refugees, specially children.
The airline management has decided to donate a portion of its earnings from sale of air tickets in the next three months for food, medicine and clothing for Rohingya children.
The airline will be extending this assistance as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR).
AirlineRating.com realeases 20 safest airlines in the world
New York : AirlineRatings.com has released a list of 20 safest airl...
AirAsia Group CEO to speak at PATA Youth Symposium
BANGKOK: Tony Fernandes, Group CEO, AirAsia is set to speak at the for...
Biman Bangladesh Travel and Tourism Fair 2017 begins in city
Dhaka: The largest International travel event of Bangladesh titled “...
Emirates - the world’s largest flying restaurant, serves over 100 million meals a year
Dubai: Emirates serves more than 100 million meals a year with the...