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  Volume: XXIV, Issue No. 03 September 16-30, 2014  
- No solution in sight : Neglect to tourism, travel and aviation sectors in the country continues
- NOVOAIR hopes to go international in days ahead
- Malindo Air flies 47,000 passengers in a year
- THAI celebrates its move into Heathrow Terminal 2
- Strengthening its domestic, regional wing to welcome AEC in 2015
- Airport food : Is it any better than airline food?
- British Airways to revamp Boeing B747 fleet
- AI to go for a change in dress code in line with global standards
- SIA unveils trophy for 2014 Formula 1
- Air Arabia doubles Q2 net profit
- Ryanair places order for 100 Boeing B737 MAX 200 planes
- Malaysia Airlines bookings show signs of recovery
- Oman Air unveils its First Class amenity bags
- Turkish Airlines to fly 60m passengers this year
- Emirates adds Frankfurt to its list of A380 destinations
- flydubai adds three more routes, reaches 80 destinations
- Kuwait Airways losses shrink to US$60m : CEO Al Roumi
- Etihad Airways launches arrivals lounge in Abu Dhabi
- THAI losses shrink as political tensions ease
- Cathay Pacific's 1H profit soars
- China Eastern Airlines launches new logo
- AirAsia Group brings home mixed report card
- Myanmar targets 5m tourists with e-visa
- Menon assures government actions to strengthen private sector tourism
- Asia Pacific visitor forecasts data for 2014-2018
- Single visa for Australia, New Zealand for cricket fans during CWC 2015
- 11 reasons to visit Bangladesh
- PATA Central Representatives representing Bangladesh honoured
- Rangamati - the land of hills, lake and tribal life
- Dubai aims to be world's most visited city by 2020
- Marma - the second largest tribal people of Bangladesh
- Australia witnesses global travel expenditure exceeding US$30b in 2013-14
- Saudi Arabia witnesses unprecedented boom in tourism
- Mustafa Mart redefining shopping experience of city dwellers
- Arabian Travel Market to focus on US$140 billion family travel market
- Bangladesh gets IPTEC membership
- Tourism industry can be main driving force of country's economy
- International tourism up by 5pc in first half of year
- Loi Krathong, the Festival of lights
- DHL, FC Bayern Munich with new partnership
- FedEx Express facilitates 80 students to run their own business
- UPS expands airfreight in Myanmar
- Banglalink reaches 3cr users
- Medal handed over to Dr. Mohammad Farashuddin
- EBL hands over ambulance to Anjuman Mufidul Islam
- Mortein anti-dengue campaign kicks off
- Indian textile exhibition from September 29
- US-Bangla Airlines launches 'Breakfast Flight'
- Coin Café opens at Taka Museum
- All-suites Four Points by Sheraton opens
- S M Shahab Uddin new GM of Hotel The Cox Today
- Fish & Co : A new addition for sea-food gourmet of Dhaka
- 'Shororeetu'_ an attractive multi-cuisine restaurant
- Radisson Blu Water Garden Hotel gearing up to meet new challenges
- 2013 Asia hotel investments soar 218pc
- Global hotel prices rise for fifth year in a row
- Amadeus Hotels Select web portal now available in Asia Pacific
- Ocean Paradise announced special package
- Grand Sultan Tea Resort & Golf signs MoU with Prime Bank
- Six tips for eating Halal even when you cannot find Halal restaurants in the destination
- Nana Restaurant redefining the Old Dhaka dining experience
- Dubai Company launches world's first 'Halal' wine
- Legs, head or bottom ? Which body part wants airlines' attention the most ?
- Bangladesh, Iraq to operate daily passenger flights

- Ruposhi Bangla Hotel closes for renovation Sept 1
- Step taken to observe 2016 as Visit Bangladesh Year
- Air Arabia to connect Ctg from this month
- No scope for compromise on air transport safety
- Air India to launch daily flight from Birmingham with Dreamliner jet
- Thai Airways narrows 2Q net loss
- Biman starts 2014 Hajj operation with 409 pilgrims in first flight
- Aeroflot reports big losses amid Ukraine turbulence
- Saudi Arabian Airlines wins Ist place in global flight schedule discipline
- Cathay Pacific launches flights between Hong Kong and Boston
- Modern airport Apron Buses join Biman GSE Ramp coach fleet
- Qatar Airways continues network frequency increase
- Airbus A350 XWB completes its Route Proving world tour
- Malaysia Airlines to cut 6,000 staff after disasters
- All female airline crew makes aviation history
- Turkish Airlines records US$190m net profit in second quarter
- DR Congo launches new national airline
- Etihad launches First Class cabin to Dhaka_ the only airline to do so
- Air Berlin returns to profit
- Regent will fly to 9 new destinations in next two years
- Turkey sixth most popular medical tourism destination in world
- 16 pc jump in medical tourists to Thailand
- India's ministers push for increased role of tourism
- DNATA appointed Myanmar Visa Collection Centre
- Greentech Resort & Convention Centre-offering attractive facilities for leisure & business
- Every 6 tourists create one job in Nepal
- Divine Beauty Lounge opens for beauty conscious women
- Aramex is a company which allows you to grow : Alkhas
- Emirates SkyCargo lounches freighter service to Los Angeles
- Five years of preparing airports for disaster programme
- AG Agro Industries introduces German Technology Feedmeal Line-3
- SEANZA Governors' Symposium concludes
- Monem appointed Czech Republic Honourary Consul
- City Bank wins 'Best Bank in Bangladesh' award from Euromoney
- Best Western Plus Maple Leaf about to open in Uttara
- Radisson Water Garden Chittagong set for December opening
- Sabor de España-Taste of Spain at the Westin Dhaka
- Elevate your wedding at Dhaka Regency
- Emmanuelle's Inn opens at a new place
- Burger fest at The Peninsula Chittagong
- World Tourism Day 2014 : Celebrating tourism & community development
- Dhaka 2nd worst city in the world


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