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Flights to Abu Dhabi will begin on US Bangla Airlines

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Beginning on April 19, US-Bangla Airlines, a well-known airline in Bangladesh, will operate daily direct flights from Dhaka and Chittagong to Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. The third UAE destination on US-Bangla Airlines’ schedule is Abu Dhabi. On Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, US-Bangla intends to run direct flights from Dhaka to Abu Dhabi; on Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday, the route would be served from Chittagong to Abu Dhabi.

Due to the desire of Bangladeshi expatriate citizens, US-Bangla, one of the nation’s airlines, has chosen to launch flights to Abu Dhabi as part of its future ambitions. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday from Dhaka, and Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday at 5:50 p.m. from Chittagong in the direction of Abu Dhabi. It will touch down in Abu Dhabi at 9:10 p.m. local time.

It will take off from Abu Dhabi on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at 10:10 p.m. local time at Dhaka’s Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport and land on Monday, Thursday, and Saturday at 4:50 a.m. at Chittagong’s Hazrat Shah Amanat International Airport.

To go to Abu Dhabi from Dhaka or Chittagong, the minimum one-way ticket is Tk 41,155, and the return fare is Tk 71,300. Boeing 737-800 planes are scheduled to perform the service. On Monday, March 4, ticket sales for the routes Dhaka-Abu Dhabi-Dhaka and Chittagong-Abu Dhabi-Chittagong began. Meanwhile, all of US-Bangla Airlines’ distribution channels are made available for purchase. You can get comprehensive details about the flight schedule and ticket prices on the US-Bangla Airlines website.

The choice to launch US-Bangla flights to Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, will enhance the two nations’ already friendly relationship. The third US-Bangla direct destination to the UAE will be its capital, Abu Dhabi. Currently, US-Bangla Airlines offers flights to Sharjah and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.

There are now 23 aircraft in the US-Bangla fleet, comprising 1 Airbus A330-300, 9 Boeing 737-800, 10 ATR 72-600, and 3 Dash 8-Q400 models. Within this month, a second Airbus A330-300 will join the US-Bangla fleet. It is intended to launch flights this year on the Dhaka to Jeddah route.

US-Bangla Airlines operates flights to Dubai, Sharjah, one of the Middle East’s current destinations, Muscat, Doha, Kuala Lumpur, which is home to expatriate Bangladeshis, Singapore, Male, one of the tourist-friendly destinations Bangkok and one of China’s commercial cities, Guangzhou, the neighboring country of India, Kolkata, and Chennai. US-Bangla Airlines offers domestic flights, particularly from Dhaka to Cox’s Bazar, Chattogram, Sylhet, Saidpur, Jashore, and Rajshahi, in addition to its international destinations.

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