United Airways, one of the leading privately owned domestic and international airline operator announced another special fare package on the eve of this summer. A freshly chosen ticket prices for the domestic domestic routes has been disclosed this week through a press release.
The airliner reduced prices for the tickets of all the domestic routes it operates on and the discounted price list has been in effect from Tuesday, that is, 24th of March, 2015.
Discounted price for the oneway tickets of Dhaka to Chittagong has been set for BDT 3,800, Dhaka to Sylhet for BDT 3,750, Dhaka to Cox’s Bazar for BDT 5,000, Dhaka to Syedpur for BDT 4,500 while Dhaka to Jessore flights will cost BDT 3,500 per passenger.
Passengers may get even more discount if they buy return tickets in these routes. A Dhaka to Chittagong return ticket will cost only BDT 7,000, Dhaka to Sylhet BDT 7,500, Dhaka to Jessore only BDT 7,000. However, passengers will have to pay BDT 10,000 for Dhaka to Cox’s Bazar air tickets and BDT 9,000 for Dhaka to Syedpur air ticket as for return journey.
Earlier, United Airways announced discounted air fare for its designated routes which became much popular to its passengers and the authority of United Airways is expecting a good response from its valued passengers regarding this new offer.
United Airways presently has a fleet of 11 aircraft having both domestic and international flights from Dhaka to Doha, Bangkok, SIngapore, Kualal Lumpur, Muscot, Jeddah, Dubai, Kathmandu and Kolkata including the domestic routes specified above. In Addition to that, the schedule flight operator also operates flights from Chittagong to Kolkata.
You can Compare the Dhaka to Chittagong air ticket price or Dhaka to Cox’s Bazar air ticket price or for Other domestic routes like Regent AIrways, US-Bangla AIrlines, Novo Air or Biman Bangladesh AIrlines. Special points for Biman Bangladesh: the national flag carrier airline operator already announced reduced air fare and started selling tickets about a month ago. BIman will operate those flights from the first week of April, 2015.