Hyderabad: In its bid to seize the international opportunity, IndiGo, India’s leading private airline on Thursday announced the resumption of its flight operation between Hyderabad- Dhaka from December 8.
The flights, which were suspended after in the aftermath of Covid outbreak, will recommence to cater to the rising demand for travel to Dhaka from Hyderabad and vice-versa.
Global sales head of IndiGo Vinay Malhotra said, “In line with our aim to reconnect India with international markets post Covid19 pandemic, we are pleased to resume direct flights between Hyderabad and Dhaka. This will not only create direct connectivity between these cities but also support the medical tourists travelling from Bangladesh to India. We are committed to providing choices to our customers at affordable fares, with an on-time performance and a courteous and hassle-free service.”
Settled on the bank of Buriganga River, the beautiful city of Dhaka is home to many outstanding individuals who succeed in the fields of art, development, economy and culture, the Airlines said in a release.
The city has evolved immensely over the years, becoming one of Bangladesh’s most extensively developed areas. It’s also a centre of trade has many palaces and mosques remains during the Mughal era. American architect Louis Khan’s National Parliament House complex typifies the huge, fast-growing modern metropolis.
Statistics from the Indian tourism ministry, Bangladesh accounts for approximately 54% of all overseas medical tourists to India for treatment. For those looking to develop and build their enterprises, travelling to Bangladesh, an ever-expanding industrial hub, is a perfect choice.
Citizen of Bangladesh also consider Hyderabad as a great destination for tourists, as it has a variety of popular tourist attractions and first-rate medical services. In addition to serving those who want to travel for business, these flights have been reinstated to serve those who want to travel for pleasure.