Gulf Air, the national carrier of Bahrain, recently celebrated its inaugural five-weekly service to and from Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh.
Gulf Air flight GF248 was welcomed into Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka
Gulf Air, Bahrain’s national carrier, today announced plans to re-start flights to Dhaka, Bangladesh, from May 30.
The airline operate five weekly flights to and from Dhaka with a schedule that will provide travellers seamle
Oman Air plans to increase its frequencies to Dhaka, Bangladesh beginning December 1, from four flights a week to six flights a week on its award-winning A380 carrier.
The new route has been in service since October 25 with four f
Flag carrier Oman Air has announced its new Winter 2015/16 schedule which sees a major upgrade to its Frankfurt service, and the introduction of a new service to Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Oman Air’s service between Muscat and Frank
Oman Air, the national carrier of Oman, has launched a new service to the Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka, its second destination in the country.
The service will initially offer four flights per week and will gradually increase to s
Qatar Airways is continuing its rapid growth across Africa and the Indian Sub-Continent with an increase in flight frequencies to Asmara, Eritrea; and Dhaka, Bangladesh.
From September 7, flights from Doha to Asmara will be increased fr
UAE-based Rotana Jet, an executive charter and scheduled airline service, has launched thrice weekly flights between Dhaka, Bangladesh, and Abu Dhabi.
The service from Abu Dhabi International Airport will be priced at Dh490 ($133.3) for
Oman Air, the national carrier of the country, has announced plans to launch services to three new destinations.
The national carrier of Oman will fly from Muscat to Singapore and Goa from the March 29 and to Dhaka from August.
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