US-Bangla Airlines is leading in keeping Bangladesh’s airspace operational after the COVID-19 pandemic. US-Bangla has crossed eight years of success. There are plans to add four Boeing 737-800 and three ATR 72-600 aircraft to the US-Bangla fleet in 2022. There are also plans to operate flights to various European destinations, including London, Rome, and Amsterdam by 2023 and New York and Toronto by 2025. In addition, US-Bangla Airlines plans to operate flights on Jeddah, Riyadh, Dammam, Madinah, Abu Dhabi, and Delhi routes soon. The article contains US-Bangla Airlines Entered Its 9th Year.
On July 17, 2014, US-Bangla Dash8 Q400 aircraft entered Bangladesh airspace by operating the Dhaka-Jessore route. As per the plan, within the first year, all airports within Bangladesh will work on flights to strengthen air connectivity in the shortest possible time. Domestic routes are operating flights from Dhaka to Chittagong, Cox’s Bazar, Sylhet, Jessore, Syedpur, Barisal, and Rajshahi. In addition, within two years of the US-Bangla journey, the Dhaka-Kathmandu route was opened to international routes. US-Bangla international routes include Kolkata, Chennai, Male, Muscat, Doha, Dubai, Sharjah, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Bangkok, and Guangzhou.
US-Bangla has sixteen aircraft in its fleet, including six Boeing 737-800s, seven brand new ATR 72-600s, and three Dash8 Q400 aircraft. US-Bangla has been operating more than 90 percent on-time flights since its inception. It currently has around 1800 officers and employees in the country and abroad, which is also helping to solve the country’s unemployment problem. Besides, paying regular tax-surcharge keeps the country’s economy moving. Similarly, the country’s reputation is increasing by operating flights on international routes. Earning foreign exchange makes the country’s economy stronger.
US-Bangla is constantly adding new aircraft to its fleet to ensure comfortable passenger service. US-Bangla domestic route operated by brand new aircraft. The brand new aircraft will also use flights on international routes shortly.
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