Flights to initially be operated on the route two days a week
US-Bangla Airlines is set to resume their regular flights on the Dhaka-Kuala Lumpur route from Tuesday, May 4.
Flights will initially be operated on the route just two days a week.
The flights will depart Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka every Tuesday and Thursday at 8pm and land in Kuala Lumpur at 2am local time the next day.
Return flights will leave Kuala Lumpur at 3am on Wednesday and Friday before landing at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka at 5am local time.
The 164-seat Boeing 737-800 aircraft is designated for the route. It has 8 business class and 156 economy class seats.
US-Bangla is currently operating flights from Dhaka to Dubai, Doha, Singapore, and Guangzhou as per government directives.
Flights from Dhaka to Muscat, Chennai, Kolkata and Bangkok are temporarily suspended.
Flights on all domestic routes in Bangladesh are operational, except to Cox's Bazar.
The US-Bangla fleet currently possesses a total of 14 aircraft, including 4 Boeing-737-800s, and 7 brand new ATR72-600s.
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