GMG Airlines will increase its flight frequencies between Dhaka and Kuala Lumpur (KL) from seven weekly flights to nine beginning September 17. The private Bangladeshi airline was targeting a load factor of at least 60 per cent, helped by strong demand from Malaysia and Bangladesh, its executive director Asia & Pacific Region, Mr Virendra Nautiyal, said.
The airline is enjoying a load factor of about 75 per cent on its 153-seater MD82.
It began flying between Dhaka and KL in January three times a week. This increased to five weekly flights in April and then to seven in July.
KL is its fifth international destination since it began flying on international routes in September 2004.
Source : TTG
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