US-Bangla announces daily flights to Guangzhou

_A Monitor Report 01 Dec, 2018 | 419 Views | - +
Dhaka : US-Bangla Airlines announced daily flights to Guangzhou to provide better connectivity from December 6.

Currently US-Bangla Airlines operates weekly four flights Dhaka to/from Guangzhou route.

Dhaka-Guangzhou-Dhaka flights is being operated with 164-seater Boeing 737-800 aircraft. The aircraft has eight Business Class and 156 Economy seats.

The minimum one-way fare is fixed at Tk 19,999 and return fare Tk 29,999. The fares include all taxes and surcharges. Presently, Dhaka-Guangzhou flights are being operated on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. And returns from Guangzhou on Wednesdays, Fridays, Sundays and Mondays.

The flight departs from Dhaka at 10.10pm and reaches there at 03.50am. The return flight departs for from Guangzhou at 5am on every scheduled day and reaches Dhaka at 7.30am (all local timings).

US-Bangla Airlines is also offering attractive two-night three-day holiday package for Guangzhou. which starts from Tk 36,990 per person on six months' EMI, which includes Dhaka-Guangzhou air fare, three-star hotel accommodation with complimentary breakfast.

US-Bangla operates flights to Muscat, Doha, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok and Kolkata. In other domestic sector, US-Bangla is the first private airlines to in the international destinations provide services in almost all the operational airports of Bangladesh.

US-Bangla has plans to operate flights to Chennai, Colombo, Male and many more. In a span of just four years of its operation, US-Bangla has established its brand reputation, which has successfully operated 51,000 flights both in domestic and international routes.

With the motto "Fly Fast-Fly Safe", US-Bangla Airlines commenced her operation on July 17, 2014 with two Dash8-Q400 aircraft. Within four years of its successful operation, currently US-Bangla Airlines owns seven aircraft in its fleet out of which, four are Boeing 737-800 and three are Dash8-Q400. And shortly another two Boeing 737-800 aircraft will be joining in its fleet as well.

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