Regent Airways, one of the pioneer Bangladeshi domestic and international flight operator, once again announced a lucrative discount offer recently on the eve of completing 6 years of successful operation in the aviation industry.

Regent Airways is now allowing its valued customers to travel home and abroad with upto 50% discount on almost all its flights. In this newest offer, interested passengers can avail this opportunity on the flights from Dhaka and Chittagong to Muscat, Singapore, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Kolkata and from Dhaka to Cox’s Bazar. The airline is offering special discount on some other international routes too.

The airline claims the latest discounted fair to be the lowest in the country. After applying the discount, fares for the routes will be as follows:

RouteFare (Return)
Dhaka to Kuala LumpurBDT 16,999
Chittagong to Kuala LumpurBDT 16,999
Dhaka to BangkokBDT 14,499
Chittagong Kuala LumpurBDT 14,499
Dhaka to SingaporeBDT 21,999
Chittagong to SingaporeBDT 21,999
Dhaka to MuscatBDT 20,400
Chittagong to MuscatBDT 20,400
Dhaka to KolkataBDT 7,499
Chittagong to KolkataBDT 7,499
Dhaka to Cox’s BazarBDT 5,999

*Fares mentioned above includes all applicable taxes. You can also check regular fare chart here.

This offer is also available under EMI from selected banks and agencies. For details regarding this offer and installment criteria, please contact Regent Airways Hotline at +88-096-12-669911 or email at info@flyregent.com.

Regent Airways ran a similar campaign in 2013 which bagged huge success from the passengers.

Recenly, the airline took initiatives to increase passenger services and expand its aviation business by investing more than BDT 800 crore. Under this plan, four new aircraft will be added by the year 2017 to the current fleet of the much reputed airline. Beside adding 4 new Boeing aircraft with passenger capacity ranging from 165 to 265, the airline will start flying to 6 (six) new international destination very soon.

The airline started its journey on 10th November, 2010 and carried more than 20 lac passengers to domestic and international destinations since then.