US-Bangla resuming Dhaka-KL-Dhaka flights from August 16

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US-Bangla Airlines is going to resume flights on the Dhaka-Kuala Lumpur-Dhaka route from August 16, after five months of suspension due to Covid-19.

US-Bangla Airlines decided to resume flights on the route two days a week by following all health and travel guidelines from the governments of Bangladesh and Malaysia, the company said in a press release today.

Its flights will depart from Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport at 8:50am on Thursdays and Sundays for Kuala Lumpur International Airport. The return flights will leave Kuala Lumpur at 3:50pm (local time) on the same day.

Flights will be operated on the Dhaka-Kuala Lumpur-Dhaka route with 164-seater Boeing 737-800 aircraft, the company said.

US-Bangla Airlines has 13 aircrafts, including six brand new ATR 72-600, three Dash 8-Q400 and four Boeing 737-800.

The airline currently operates one international flight a week from Dhaka to Guangzhou.

In addition, US-Bangla Airlines is operating special flights to facilitate stranded passengers and transport cargo to various destinations around the world during the pandemic.

US-Bangla Airlines has operated special flights to Chennai, Kolkata, Delhi, Lahore, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Doha, Muscat and Paris for the convenience of stranded passengers.