More flights to UK

13 01 2010

Bangladesh and the UK have decided to permit airlines of both countries to operate 31 flights a week, up from 10 flights previously.

Bangladeshi carriers such as Biman, United Airways and GMG will be able to operate 17 flights to London and 14 flights to other destinations in the UK.

Full story: The Daily Star


Bangladesh Airlines contact details

14 08 2009

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Regent Airways

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Overseas Agent

Manchester, UK Office

Sylhet Travel Services
249 Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M14 5LW, United Kingdom

Telephone: +44 0161 2561082

Biman Bangladesh Airline

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Biman Overseas Offices

London, UK Office
17 Conduit street, London, W1R 9TD, United Kingdom

Telephone:  +44 0207 6290252 / 6290161

Manchester, UK office
Second Floor/Peter House, Oxford Street, Manchester, M1 5AN, United Kingdom

Telephone:  +44 0161 228 2636

New York, US Office
211 East 43rd street, Suite # 602, Manhattan, New York, NY 10017, USA

Telephone:  +1 212 808 4477 / 212 808 4523
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Toronto, Canada office
208 Bloor Street West, Suite 806, CToronto, Ontario , M5S3B4, Canada

Telephone: +1 416 944 3381 / 3848 / 3466

United Airways BD

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Overseas Office

London, UK Office
64 White Chapel, High Street, London, E1 7PL, United Kingdom

Telephone: +44 0207 4818 123 / +44 0207 4220 099

New York, US Office
28-54, 34th Street, Astroria NY 11103, USA

Telephone: +01 718 2679651 / 347 2104963

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Website: Emirates Sylhet Office

Address: 502 Shahjalal Road, Taltola, Sylhet 3100, Bangladesh

Telephone:+880 821 711 200 / +880 821 711 300

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Sun to Thu, 9:00 – 17:00

Sat, 9:00 – 13:00

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Beximco Group buys into GMG Airline

27 07 2009

Dhaka June 17 2009— Beximco Group has bought a 50 percent stake in GMG Airlines and is injecting enough cash into Bangladesh’s biggest private passenger carrier to buy two big planes, the company announced Wednesday.

Beximco paid Tk 30 crore to buy the stake in the ailing airline and will also lend another Tk 40 crore to help GMG through its financial crisis.

“We feel that GMG has a huge potential with its licenses to operate on many lucrative routes that the foreign airlines are now exploiting,” said Salman F Rahman, the Beximco Group vice chairman, announcing the deal.

“So much of our foreign currency is flying out of Bangladesh because our failure to fly these routes,” Salman Rahman told

GMG needed Tk 70 crore to weather the crisis caused by the high oil prices and the global meltdown.

“GMG’s current owners will dilute down to 50 percent and issue new shares worth Tk 30 crore in favour of Beximco Ltd, which will make up the rest 50 percent,” Rahman said of the new deal.

Beximco Holdings will lend the rest Tk 40 crore to GMG to ease the airline’s financial pressure.

Rahman said GMG would buy two wide-bodied Boeing 767s to boost its current six-plane fleet.

Two of its existing six planes were now grounded, but would be brought back to operation with the Beximco cash.

GMG Airlines started its operations on 6th April, 1998.

The Airlines now operates from Dhaka to Chittagong, Cox’s Bazar, Jessore and Sylhet on its domestic routes and to Kolkata, Dubai, Kuala Lampur, Kathmandu, Bangkok and Karachi on the international routes. source