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Emirates to launch flights to Dhaka in March 2020

Posted 10 December 2019 · Add Comment

Emirates is now set to launch its fourth daily service to Dhaka from 29 March 2020 instead of 1 June 2020, as announced earlier.

 

The fourth daily will boost Emirates' weekly services to Dhaka from 21 to 28, and will connect customers seamlessly across the airline's global route network spanning six continents.

Ahmed Khoory, Emirates' senior vice president commercial West Asia & Indian Ocean said: "Since our announcement of Emirates' planned fourth daily service to Dhaka, we've experienced healthy forward bookings and seen a significant uptake in demand for the service. It is a sign of the country's strong economic growth, its allure as a trade and business partner globally, and Bangladeshi travellers' desire to explore the world. All these factors have inspired us to bring forward our launch to 29 March 2020. The new service will benefit customers with a more varied and flexible schedule, as well as smooth and seamless connectivity to Europe, the Americas, Africa and the Middle East."

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