Air Arabia, the Middle East's largest low-cost carrier (LCC), will it start flights to Chittagong in Bangladesh from its new hub in Ras Al Khaimah next month.
The three flights per week flights will start from September
Rescue workers in Bangladesh completed the search of a stricken river ferry on Saturday, bringing the number of bodies recovered to 54 two days after the vessel capsized with around 200 people on board.
"We were able to salva
Hennes & Mauritz (H&M), the world's second-biggest fashion retailer, believes there is no conflict between its mission to sell more budget clothes and a drive to improve the environment and working conditions at its suppliers.
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, has appointed Hanif Zakaria as its general manager for Bangladesh.
Zakaria joins Etihad Airways from Safi Airways, where he held a number of senior sales positions
Best Western International (BWI) has signed a contract with Maple Leaf Hotel & Resorts for a new hotel located adjacent to the international airport in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Currently under construction, the hotel near the Hazrat
Info2cell.com, a leading mobile services application provider, has signed strategic deals with Bangladesh-based operators in a move to foray into the country and offer its range of Business-to-Consumer (B2C) services.
A recent ind
Jeddah-based Elaf Group, a leader in travel, tourism and hospitality services, has renewed its partnership agreement with Biman Airlines, the national carrier of Bangladesh, as its general sales agent for three years.
Eight people were killed when a fire swept through a clothing factory in Bangladesh, police and an industry association official said on Thursday, as the death toll from the collapse of another factory building two weeks ago climbed to 892.
Two Western retailers have promised to compensate families of garment workers killed while making their clothes in a Bangladesh factory building that collapsed last week in the country's worst industrial accident.
The pledge f
Rescue officials in Bangladesh said on Monday they were unlikely to find more survivors in the rubble of a factory building that collapsed last week burying hundreds of garment workers in the country's worst industrial accident.