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US Bangla Airlines flies daily service to Muscat International Airport

Posted 14 November 2016 · Add Comment

US Bangla Airlines now operates non-stop flights from Dhaka –Muscat and Chittagong- Muscat route, four weekly flights operating with two B 373- 800 Boeing aircrafts on the route.

According to US Bangla team, the airline is objective to start operating daily flights to Muscat international Airport.

Muscat International Airport welcomed its first direct flight of US-Bangla Airlines on Saturday the 12 of November 2016. US-Bangla Airlines has been voted as the best domestic airline in Bangladesh in 2015.  US Bangla Airlines will further connect to Kolkata, India, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Kathmandu, Nepal and several destinations of Bangladesh with a brief stopover in the country; offering passengers an option in Oman to other south Asian destinations. 

US-Bangla Airlines (USBA) is an affiliate of the US-Bangla Group, located in Dhaka. The Airline started its journey in 2013 and in 2016 declared the operation of its first two Boeing 737-800 aircraft. It also launched its first international flights last May with its flights to Nepal’s Tribhuvan airport. 

The city office of US-Bangla Airlines has also officially opened, in addition to US-Bangla Airlines appointing Travel Point LLC as its general sales agent (GSA) in Oman. The Airlines works in favor of the bigger community of Bangladesh nationals residing in the Sultanate of Oman. As an inaugural offer, US-Bangla Airlines is offering fares as low as OMR45 to Dhaka, Chittagong and Sylhet. 

The addition of new direct flights to the Sultanate is a significant step towards OAMC’s strategic goal of placing Oman Airports amongst the top 20 airports in the world by 2020. 

 

 

 

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