DHAKA: US-Bangla Airlines is set to organize a three-day ‘Customer Success Summit Cox’s Bazar 2015’ from November 26.
The program, first of its kind in Bangladesh aviation history, will be held at Ocean Paradise Hotel in Cox’s Bazar district, says a press release issued by the USBA on Saturday.
Civil aviation and tourism minister Rashed Khan Menon will be present at the event as chief guest.
Travel agents, corporate offices and journalists will also attend the program.
Participants of the summit will come from all corner of the country, the release added.
According to the release, summit events include award giving ceremony, cultural event, business conference between US-Bangla Airlines and travel agents and corporate offices, sightseeing, enjoying fanush festival at world’s longest sea beach and other business events.
US-Bangla Airlines serves the domestic destinations in Bangladesh with three DASH-8 Q400 aircrafts and operating scheduled flights from Dhaka to Chittagong, Cox’s Bazar, Jessore, Sylhet, Saidpur, Rajshahi and Barisal.
This type of aircraft is safer and reliable and contains relatively comfortable seats.
US-Bangla Airlines is committed to uphold On-Time Performance and superior cabin services.
It achieved nearly 98.7% On-Time Performance and earned almost 100% passenger satisfaction in its short journey.
It is only ISO 9001:2008 certified Airline Company and only airline in Bangladesh which is also a listed company in the Division of Corporation, New York, USA.
All-in-one introduction of frequent flyer program ‘Sky Star’, door steps service programs are the strength of US-Bangla Airlines service.
On July 17 of 2014, US-Bangla Airlines first took to the skies with a slogan ‘Fly Fast-Fly Safe’ and has been providing committed services since the beginning of its operation.
Since its inception, US-Bangla received positive market response and presently holds a major share of the domestic market.
In a span of just over one year of operation, the airline has established its brand reputation for its maintenance of schedule, service and safety.
It has carried near 500,000 passengers and operated almost 8,000 flights, the release mentioned.
BDST: 1906 HRS, NOV 07, 2015