US-Bangla Airlines starts fourth international route from Dhaka

US-Bangla Airlines launches Dhaka to Kuala Lumpur service

It may have been gone 02:00 in the morning but that didn’t stop airline and airport representatives celebrating US-Bangla Airlines’ new five times weekly service to Kuala Lumpur from Dhaka with a cake. The airline joins five other carriers serving the market. Between all six carriers, passengers now have a choice of 65 weekly flights between Dhaka and Kuala Lumpur.

  • US-Bangla Airlines on 2 March became the sixth carrier to offer non-stop service between Dhaka (DAC) and Kuala Lumpur (KUL). The airline is offering daily flights from Monday to Friday on the 2,641-kilometre route using its 737-800s. The route is already flown by Malindo Air (three times daily), Malaysia Airlines (twice-daily), Biman Bangladesh Airlines (11 times weekly), AirAsia (daily) and Regent Airways (daily). Departing Dhaka at 20:00 the five times weekly service arrives in Malaysia at 02:00. The return flight departs KL at 03:00 getting back to Bangladesh at 05:00. According to OAG data this becomes the airline’s fourth international route from Dhaka, with Kuala Lumpur joining the line-up of Kathmandu (Nepal), Kolkata (India) and Singapore. See how Kuala Lumpur Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world

New route? New airline? Email us! Let’s all celebrate your new routes. Contact us with photos and route details, and follow us on Instagram for our exclusive daily digest.


Comments are closed