DHAKA: United Airways (BD) Limited, the country’s leading largest private airline, will resume flying on Dhaka-Bangkok route from August 12, 2012.
The one way special fare for Dhaka-Bangkok is starting from Tk 13,613 and return fare is 21861 (inclusive of all taxes).
Weekly two flights from Dhaka to Bangkok will operate on Sunday and Thursday. Dhaka-Bangkok flight will operate by MD-83 aircraft which is safer, reliable, and speedy with comfortable seats.
United Airways, the first ever public limited company in aviation sector of Bangladesh, is now operating more international routes from Dhaka to Jeddah, Dubai, Muscat, Kuala Lumpur, Kathmandu and Kolkata and also from Chittagong to Muscat and Kolkata.
The airline is operating flights to all major domestic sectors from Dhaka.
Now United Airways (BD) Ltd has total 9 aircraft which are two DASH 8-100, two ATR-72, three MD-83 and two Airbus-310.
On July 10 in 2007, United Airways first took to the skies with a slogan “Fly Your Own Airline” and has been providing committed services ever since.
Since its inception, United received positive market response and presently holds a major share of the domestic, regional and international market.
In a span of just five years of operation, United Airways has established its brand reputation for its maintenance of schedule, service and safety.
BDST: 1850 HRS, AUG 02, 2012
Edited by: Mohammed Humayun Kabir, Sr Newsroom Editor/ M. Mahbub Alam, Asst Output Editor
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