Silk Air, a sister concern of Singapore Airlines, is commencing flights to the beautiful port city of Chittagong in Bangladesh from the 31st of March 2002.
The flight frequency will be 3 times a week.
Having contacted an official of Silk Air in Singapore to enquire why the airline had chosen to fly an unknown place in the international destination arena like the city of Chittagong, Shareen Song of Silk air wrote,'Our decision to offer air links to Chittagong is in tandem with our mission to develop new routes to the region out of Singapore.' However, she also informed that Silk Air is still awaiting written approvals from the Bangladesh civil aviation authorities to finalise the flight schedules.
Chittagong, the principal port city of Chittagong, and the commercil capital of Bangladesh is connected to Muscat, Doha, Dubai, Jeddah and Calcutta, and soon plans to commence flights to Yangon, Bangkok, and Singapore.