United Air begins Chittagong-Kolkata flight June 18
DHAKA: United Airways (BD) Limited, the country’s leading largest private airline, will restart flying on Chittagong-Kolkata route from June 18 to carry passengers from Hazrat Shah Amanat International Airport, Chittagong to Kolkata.
The one way special fare for Chittagong-Kolkata is Tk 9,815 and return fare is 19,110 (inclusive of all taxes).
Weekly three flights from Chittagong to Kolkata will be operated on Friday, Monday and Wednesday and depart from Chittagong at 1230hrs.
United Airways is also operating daily flights to Kolkata from Dhaka. Every flight departs from Dhaka at 1000hrs. The one way special fare for Dhaka-Kolkata is Tk. 6,734 and return fare is TK. 9,928 (inclusive of all taxes).
We proudly introduced ATR-72 to Kolkata from Dhaka. This type of aircraft is more speed, safety, reliability and more comfortable seats, said the authorities concerned.
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, Katmandu and Kolkata and also from Chittagong to Muscat.
The airline is operating flights to all major domestic sectors from Dhaka.
Now United Airways (BD) Ltd. Has a total of 9 aircrafts which are two Dash-8-100, two ATR-72, three MD-83 and two Airbus-310 aircrafts.
United is procuring four Jetstream aircraft by September 2012 for services to less used airports.
On July 10, 2007, United Airways started flight 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 and regional 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 with the employment of latest technologies.
BDST: 1150 HRS, JUN 9, 2012
Edited by: Mohammed Humayun Kabir, Sr Newsroom Editor