US-Bangla Airlines, the largest private airliner in Bangladesh, is going to start flights to Dubai from February 1, 2021.
The airline will initially operate seven flights a week to and from Dhaka to Dubai.
The flight will depart for Dhaka from Dubai at 11:30 pm on every scheduled day and will reach Dhaka at 6 am the next day.
Every Tuesday, flights will start for Dubai from Dhaka at 5:30 pm and will reach Dubai at 9 pm. On Wednesdays, flights will start for Dubai from Dhaka at 3:55 pm and will reach at 7:25 pm. On Saturday, the US-Bangla Airlines flight will start for Dubai from Dhaka at 05:00 pm and reach 08:30 pm.
For Economy Class, the minimum one-way fare of Tk54,999 and return fare of Tk73,000 have been fixed on the Dhaka-Dubai route. The minimum one-way fare of Tk38,560 and the return fare of Tk63,567 have been fixed on the Dubai-Dhaka route.
On the other hand, for Business Class, the one-way fare of Tk79,200 and return fare of Tk1,53,526 have been fixed on the same route. Also, a one-way fare of Tk60,496 and return fare of Tk1,02,820 have been fixed for the route. The fares include all taxes and surcharges
US-Bangla Airlines currently operates flights to Muscat, Doha, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Kolkata, Chennai and Guangzhou. US-Bangla also plans to operate flights to Male and Colombo shortly.
US-Bangla also operates flights to all domestic routes in Bangladesh, especially from Dhaka to Cox’s Bazar, Chittagong, Sylhet, Syedpur, Jessore, Rajshahi and Barisal.
US-Bangla Airlines has thirteen aircraft in its fleet, including 4 Boeing 737-800, and 6 brand new ATR 72-600. There are plans to add four more new aircraft to the fleet soon.