Low-cost carrier fly Dubai has confirmed that it is to offer new flights to Dubai from Bangladesh.

Low-cost carrier fly Dubai has confirmed that it is to offer new flights to Dubai from Bangladesh.It is understood that the new route will offer four flights a week from Dubai to Chittagong, the second largest city in Bangladesh, starting on January 17th.

Ghaith Al Ghaith, chief executive officer of flydubai, said: “Flights to Chittagong will not only cater to the Bangladeshi workforce in the UAE, but also be instrumental in increasing trade and business between our two nations.

“We are certain this new route will be immensely popular.”

The new flights will be operate on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, departing Dubai at 13.40 and arriving in Chittagong at 20.20. The return flights to Dubai will leave at 21.20 and land at 01.25.

The budget airline makes use of Boeing Next-Generation 737-800 aircraft which offer a total of 189 economy class seats.

Written by Erin Marshall.

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