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Biman To Retire A310s By 4Q

Biman To Retire A310s By 4Q Biman Bangladesh Airlines (BG, Dhaka) will retire its A310-300 fleet from active scheduled service at the end of the Hajj season in September an airline official has disclosed. An Overview of Biman To Retire A310s By 4Q. Speaking to The Nation newspaper, the official said S2-ADF (cn 700) and S2-ADK (cn 594) would be replaced with two B737-800s secured on sixty-month dry lease contracts. The carrier had planned to replace the A310s with either two B777-200s/(ER)s and one B777-300(ER) or one B737-800 and one B777-300(ER). However, those plans were abandoned after the carrier’s board voted to focus...

US-Bangla Flights Dhaka To Kathmandu 

US-Bangla Flights Dhaka To Kathmandu Country’s leading domestic airliner US-Bangla Airlines is going to start its first international flight from this year.Abdullah Al Mamun, Managing Director of the airline, made the declaration in a press briefing at a city hotel on Sunday. An Overview US-Bangla Flights DhakaToKathmandu The first US-Bangla plane will fly to Kathmandu, capital of natural beauty Nepal, on the day and will carry passengers on Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday every week on its modern aircraft, he added. US-Bangla Airlines is the leading premium airline of Bangladesh, with ... with incomparable reliability and ultimate flying comfort, and reaching a milestone for ...Dhaka to Kathmandu Nepal...

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