US-Bangla Airlines, one of the Bangladeshi private carriers, will resume its flight operations to Bangkok from February 01 after suspension of four months.
From February, the carrier will operate four flights to Bangkok from Dhaka on every Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and five flights in a week from March next, the airline’s spokesperson told reporters today.
The airlines suspended it’s Bangkok operation from September 30 last due to the shortage of aircraft. “We have purchased two Boeing 737-800 aircraft, of those, one will be reached here this month,” General Manager of the airlines Kamrul Islam said.
The flights on Dhaka-Bangkok-Dhaka route will be operated with the newly procured 164-seater Boeing 737-800 aircraft that includes 8 business-class and 156 economy class seats, he added.
Currently, the US-Bangla airlines operates international flights to Muscat, Doha, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Guangzhou and Kolkata and domestic flights to all operational airports of Bangladesh.