Dhaka, Jan 27 (UNB) - Regent Airways, one of the country’s private sector airlines, has launched its Mobile App, enabling customers to use their mobile devices to book flights and have their tickets issued.
Regent Airways Mobile App can be downloaded from iTunes or Google Play Store.
Salman Habib, deputy managing director, Regent Airways, formally launched the Mobile App at a press conference held at a city hotel on Sunday.
Hanif Zakaria, chief commercial officer, Sohail Majid, director marketing and sales of the airline were, among others, present.
“As a customer-focused Airline, we’re constantly working on offering user-friendly solutions to enhance overall experience of our customers and meet their ever-growing demands,” said Salman Habib. “I’m confident that our valued customers will find this newly introduced Mobile App with multiple features very user-friendly and useful.”
Using the App, the customers will be able to book their flights and have their tickets issued using their IOS or Android mobile devices.
The passengers will receive their tickets through their e-mails. Besides, they will be provided with updated flight schedule and various offers from the Airline.
Regent Airways started its journey on November 10, 2010.
Dhaka, Jan 26 (UNB)- Around 1000 models of 100 sorts of appliances and accessories are available at the premier pavilion of the countries electronics giant ‘Walton’ in the ongoing month-long Dhaka International Trade Fair (DITF)- 2019.
Many of them like locally made compressors, smart phones, elevator or lift, plastic and chemical components, smart air conditioners with voice or echo controlled operation are newly added to the existing products list of Walton.
Along with the consumer electronics and electrical appliances, Walton is showcasing various sorts of industrial solutions like plastic mould, die, LGP, LDP, nut, bolts, screws, plastic and chemical components, electric components, mechanical components, hot melt adhesive etc.
These products are the basic raw materials of various sorts of electronics and electrical appliances. Walton is now manufacturing these products at its own factory to meet the requirement of basic raw materials for its produced fridges, televisions, air conditioners and other sorts of appliances and thus they are going to export industrial solutions after meeting their internal demands.
Md Humayun Kabir, executive director (PR & Media) of Walton Group, said such a large number of appliances and models have been displayed at Walton Pavilion so that the buyers can pick up their all desired products from one place.
This year, they are displaying and selling out LGP, LDP, master batch, aluminum foil tape, various sorts of plastic and still components as fresh products in this year’s DITF, he added.
Centering the beginning of DITF and New Year, Walton has brought a good number of new models of appliances, including IoT based smart fridges and air conditioners, ionizer technology’s air conditioners that will flow fresh air in the room, seventh generation laptop that is powered by core-i 5 processors.
Along with the existing products, the local brand is also displaying some upcoming models of its various products, including the quantum dot plus technology’s 43-inch SpectraQ TV with highest colour ratio, news models of 55, 65 and 98-inch big screen LED televisions, cassette and ceiling type air conditioners of 3.75 tons, surface panel lights, flood lights, smart lights, pedestal fans etc.
Md. Shafiqul Alam, in-charge of Walton Pavilion, said, they are displaying 103 models of frost and 23 models of non-frost refrigerators, 16 models of freezers and 2 models of beverage cooler; 78 models of LED and 26 models of Smart TV, 8 models of Washing machine, 22 models of rice cooker, 12 models of microwave and 3 models of electric ovens; 15 models of ceiling fans, 8 models of wall fans, 6 models of table fans, 12 models of pedestal fans; 8 models of electric kettle and several hundreds of models of various home, kitchen and electrical appliances at the ground floor of the pavilion.
At the first floor, 14 models of split AC, 2 models of cassette and ceiling AC, 2 models of diesel-run and 19 models of gasoline-run generators, 23 models of laptop, 13 models of desktop computer, 2 models of monitor, 20 models of smart phones, 19 models of feature phones and various accessories like keyboard, mouse, pen drive etc.
Dhaka, Jan 23 (UNB) – The four-day 15th Dhaka International Yarn & Fabric Show-2019 (Winter Edition) started on Wednesday at the International Convention City (ICCB) in the capital.
Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi inaugurated the event organised by CEMS Global and the Sub-Council of Textile Industry (CCPIT TEX), China.
Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry President Md Shafiul Islam, Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association President Md Siddiqur Rahman, Bangladesh Knitwear Manufacturers and Exporters Association first Vice-President Mansoor Ahmed, among others, were present.
Tipu Munshi lauded the private sector for coming forward to help Bangladesh be hunger and poverty-free. He said Bangladesh had already been recognised as a lower middle income country in the World Bank assessment.
“The per capita income is now $1,754. The contribution of the industrial sector to the national growth has been increasing. Considering purchasing power, Bangladesh is now the world's 32nd largest economy,” he said.
Minister Tipu said 81.23% of the total revenue came from the garments sector in the last fiscal year. “The government is working relentlessly to generate more than $50 billion revenue annually from this sector by 2021,” he said.
A total of 370 international exhibitors from over 22 countries are presenting their up-to-date fabrics, which are ready-to-use for garment, accessories, industrial use and other various applications at the exhibition.
The expo is open for all from 10:30am to 7:30pm from January 23-26.
This year’s expo is taking place along with two concurrent exhibitions titled 3rd Dhaka International Denim Show 2019 – Winter Edition, and 35th Dye and Chem Bangladesh 2019 International Expo - Winter Edition from January 23 to 26.
Dhaka, Jan 21 (UNB) – After national flag carrier Biman Bangladesh Airlines, Novoair has been included in the world’s safe airlines list, the first by any private airlines of Bangladesh making its way into it.
Quoting airlineratings.com, Australia-based International Aviation Safety Rating Agency, Novoair on Monday said it received three-star ratings for ensuring passengers' safe travel.
Biman, from the same rating agency, achieved five stars out of seven in terms of air safety as it has been able to meet most of the major parameters regarding safety concern.
The rating agency prepared the safety ratings following data analysis of 405 airlines authorities’ with 12 categories.
The airlines said it is also the only private sector airlines from Bangladesh which has both European safety agency-EASA and Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) of USA endorsement.
In a statement, Novoair said it has always given priority to its customers’ safety, security, comfort and on time departure.
“By ensuring Safety and on time service, Novoair has earned trust and satisfaction of its passenger and become the Airline of choice in Bangladesh,” it reads.
Currently, Novoair operates daily flights from Dhaka to Chattogram, Cox's Bazar, Jashore, Sylhet, Saidpur, Barishal, Rajshahi and Kolkata with six ATR 72-500 aircraft.
Dhaka, Jan 21 (UNB)- Islami Bank Bngladesh Limited (IBBL) inaugurated its new branch at Kashipur area of Madhabdi upazila in Narsingdi district on Sunday.
Md Mosharraf Hossain Pradhan, Mayor of Madhabdi Municipality inaugurated the branch as chief guest.
Abu Reza Md Yeahia, Deputy Managing Director of the Bank addressed the program as chief discussant.
Presided over by Mohammod Ullah, Executive Vice President and Head of Dhaka East Zone, Md Golam Mostafa, Vice President and Head of Madhabdi Branch addressed welcome speech on the occasion.
Md Moniruzzaman Bhuiyan and Chandan Kumar Saha, business persons, Jashim Uddin Bhuiyan, President of Madhabdi Press Club, Noor Mohammad, former chairman of Kathalia Union Parishad addressed the program.