Novoair, the newest private sector airline of the country, plans to begin its commercial operation later this month, said its Managing Director M Mofizur Rahman on Thursday.
“Novoair intends to provide premium services especially designed to cater for business and leisure travellers in Bangladesh," Rahman said.
He spoke at a programme to introduce its second Embraer EMB-145 aircraft, at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka on Thursday. The airliner received its first of such aircraft on November 30.
“Our fleet is currently made up of two 49-seater Embraer EMB-145 jets with advanced features and all the comforts to make your short journeys smooth, memorable and faster."
The airline will initially operate scheduled passenger flights on domestic routes between Dhaka and Chittagong, Cox's Bazar, Jessore and Sylhet.
Since the beginning of its journey in 2007, Novoair remained engaged in multiple facets of aviation services, like representing China Southern Airline and Tiger Airways, Singapore as GSA for Bangladesh territory.