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  • UAE's Cozmo Travel now in Bangladesh

    Cozmo Travel, one of the largest and leading travel agencies in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), yesterday launched its services in Dhaka to hook business from the growing number of Bangladeshi travelers.

  • Regent Airways offers 2018

    Regent offers up to 50pc discount

    Regent Airways is offering up to 50 percent discount on tickets on six international and four domestic routes marking its eighth anniversary.

  • Maldivian to run 4 Dhaka to Chennai, Male weekly flights

    Maldivian, the national carrier of Maldives owned and operated by Island Aviation Services, is set to commence an additional flight from Dhaka to Chennai and Male from November 15.

  • United Airways shareholders in distress

    Over 95 percent shareholders of the once top private airline United Airways are in great anxiety because of the nose-diving share price and no tangible signs of resumption of services two and a half years on.

  • Air traffic to double by 2037: IATA

    The number of people travelling by air should double to 8.2 billion a year by 2037, with Asia and the Pacific leading the way, sector federation IATA forecast.

  • beach in Cox's Bazar

    Bangladesh among 'best value travel destinations'

    Bangladesh ranked seventh in the Lonely Planet's Top 10 “Best Value” travel destinations for 2019, which showcased the top ten places for affordable adventures, UNB reports.

  • Asia’s most visited countries

    China attracts the highest number of tourists in the region with a record number of inflow of 59.27 million people in the year 2016.

  • Thai woman claims self defence after biting Indian tourist's lip

    An Indian tourist is injured when a Thai woman bit his lip during a street fight on Pattaya's Walking Street, police says.

  • InterContinental opens Thursday

    InterContinental Dhaka, formerly known as Ruposhi Bangla and Sheraton, is scheduled to open on September 13 after four years of renovations.

  • Local airlines upset despite travel boom

    Local airlines nowadays carry nearly double the number of passengers on domestic routes compared to what was five years ago but the surge hasn't translated into profitability, said executives.