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United Airlines resumes Doha, Muscat flights

banner2United Airways is set to resume flights on the previously-suspended Dhaka-Doha-Muscat route on Monday.

The flight will take off from Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport at 12:50pm. The airline will also operate another flight on the route every Wednesday, it said in a statement.

On the occasion of the flight resumption, United Airways is offering special fares on the routes.

The fare for a one-way Dhaka-Doha journey is Tk 20,925 and a return ticket is Tk 45,795. The one-way Dhaka-Muscat fare is Tk 19,983 and two-way Tk 37,000.

It will also resume flights on the Dhaka-Dubai route soon. The carrier also plans to restart flights on Dhaka-Bangkok-Singapore routes by the end of this month.

United now operates daily flights on the Dhaka-Kolkata and Chittagong-Kolkata routes and four weekly flights between Dhaka and Kuala Lumpur.

On the domestic front, it flies to Chittagong, Sylhet, Cox’s Bazar, Jessore and Saidpur.

 Set up in 2007, the airline has 11 aircraft, including two Airbus-310s and five MD-83s, three ATR-72s and one dash-8-100.

Listed in 2010, United remains the lone airline in the stockmarket, with its market capitalisation coming to Tk 643.55 crore.

Its shares traded between Tk 11.30 and Tk 10.50 yesterday on the Dhaka Stock Exchange before closing at Tk 11.10.

Source: Daily Star

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