Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Top 10 Way Muscat Lowest Rent Regent

  Backham Badhon       Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Private airline Regent Airways, the country's second-largest private airline, has given the opportunity to travel for the lowest fares in the Middle East country. New rent has been announced for only 39 thousand taka from Chittagong and Rs 39,500 from Dhaka. This rental is less than eight thousand less than two other airlines engaged in passenger transport. Regent Airways has given this opportunity to launch an official launch with the new Boeing 777-800 on April 7. Regent Airways Through this, the company is starting the first Middle East country.

Regent Airways Managing Director Mashroof Habib told Kaler Kantho, "We have always given a competitive rent for the passengers, there is no exception to the mascot. And we do not give any discounts on comfortable travel for the passengers, we have succeeded with the big and the top airlines in Singapore, Malaysia. "

Mashroof Habib said, "Bangladeshi workers in the Middle East country are working with great goodwill in Oman. A large market of Bangladeshi people has been created because there is no tightening of visa. In view of that, I am traveling with the new Boeing 183 seats.

According to Regent's new timetable, the flight will operate on Dhaka-Chittagong-Mascat route for four days a week. Every Tuesday, Jupiter, Friday and Sunday, leave from Dhaka at 7 pm and leave Chittagong at 8am and leave it at 12pm (local time) at Muscat. From there, leaving from midnight to 1 pm and arrive at Dhaka at 7:30 in the morning and at 9 pm.

Regarding this, Regent Air Chief Operating Officer Ashish Roy Chowdhury told Kaler Kantho, "In the past two years, we have ensured our on-time service on international routes and the passengers are quickly reaching the baggage. As a result, the passengers did not have to wait for the baggage. At the same time, foreign workers are giving me the most luggage benefits to come to the country.

Oman has topped manpower export since 2011. As a government, more than 11 lakh workers are currently employed. That number is increasing every year. In 2015, the total manpower export of Bangladesh was 23.32 percent, or one lakh 29 thousand workers went to Oman. More than 25 percent of the total manpower has gone to March 21, 2016, in Oman. Regent Air is being added to this route as the continuous increase in the worker's export. Currently, the national carrier Oman Air, a public sector airline, is carrying passengers on the Mascat route from Dhaka and Chittagong. Native Airlines United Airways is now closed before.

Oman Air, which runs flights daily from Chittagong, due to increased manpower export. The company, which runs flights daily from Dhaka on October, also runs flights daily. The minimum fares for Oman Air's Dhaka-Mascot route are Tk 48 thousand. And the minimum rent on Chittagong-Mascat route was Tk 47,700. And the minimum fares for Bangladesh Biman Dhaka-Mascot route are Tk 44,000. The state-run Bangladesh Biman is conducting daily flights with 737-800 Boeing aircraft. And Oman Air is carrying passengers with similar types of aircraft.

On the same route, the Regent will provide all types of taxes including Dhaka-Masakat at lowest rate of Tk 205.55, and fares for Rs 39,479, Chittagong-Mascot One way to 19 thousand and Rupees Tk 39,444.

Later, it was not possible to talk to the director of Bangladesh Biman (Marketing) Shah Newaz. None of the Chittagong office agreed to talk about this.

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