Regent Airways’ Dhaka to Bangkok
Attending the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the launch of Regent Airways' first flight from Dhaka to Bangkok were; Civil Aviation & Tourism Minister Lt. Col. (Rtd) Muhammad Faruk Khan MP; Civil Aviation Chairman Vice Marshal Mahmud Hussain; Regent Airways Managing Director Mr. Mashruf Habib; Chief Executive Officer Dr. Abdul Momen; and other senior officials of the airline.
- Regent Airways started its second international route from Dhaka (DAC) in Bangladesh to Bangkok (BKK) in Thailand on 9 October. Flights will operate four times weekly using one of the airline’s newly acquired 737-700s, fitted with 114 economy seats and 12 business class seats. This is the airline’s second international route after launching flights to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia in July. Competition on the new Bangkok route is provided by Bangkok Airways (daily flights), Thai Airways (also daily flights), Biman Bangladesh (four weekly flights), United Airways (three weekly flights) and Druk Air (two weekly flights). anna.aero scrutinizes Regent Airways’ operation >in this week’s airline future<. Please link to the airline story