BUP delegation visits Fly Dhaka Airlines

A delegation from Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP) visited Fly Dhaka Airlines.

An 11-member delegation led by BUP teacher Farhan Mashuk visited Fly Dhaka on Wednesday (June 12). They were welcomed by the head of BUP human resource department. Aminul Islam.

During the meeting with the delegation, Fly Dhaka Airlines CEO Lieutenant General (Retd.) Molla Fazle Akbar said that the employees of Fly Dhaka are working tirelessly with the vision of ‘Connecting Dreams, Uniting Destinations’ in front of them. Fly Dhaka wants to build a strong base not only in the domestic market but also in the global market.

Dhaka, Airlines, University Fly BUP delegation visits Dhaka Airlines

He also said, ‘BUP will be by the side of Fly Dhaka Airlines, which is working with the conviction of building a smart airline for a smart Bangladesh, keeping the Prime Minister’s promise of Smart Bangladesh.’

The delegation was shown around each department of Fly Dhaka Airlines by the head of human resource department. Aminul Islam. He made a timely presentation on the trajectory of Fly Dhaka Airlines in front of the delegation.

After visiting Fly Dhaka, BUP teacher Farhan Mashuk said, “The unique learning session organized by Fly Dhaka on Aviation Law and Aviation Industry for the students of Law Department of Bangladesh University of Professionals has added a new dimension to the field of legal education in Bangladesh. This very informative event with the presence of everyone from aircraft pilots to cabin safety heads will be memorable for BUP students. Sincere thanks to Fly Dhaka authorities for the very nice arrangement.

Captain Abdullah, Head of Flight Operations Department of Fly Dhaka, Head of Cabin Service Department Md. Khaledur Rahman and senior officials of the organization.

Fly Dhaka Airlines is going to join the skies of the country soon with the importance of safe travel at an affordable price. Apart from getting the paperwork done, other infrastructural preparations from procurement of aircraft are also going on. If Fly Dhaka is launched, the number of private airlines operating in the country will be four.