Air Arabia is the largest and first Low Cost Carrier (LCC) in the Middle-East and North Africa region. The airline is committed to providing unsurpassed comfort, reliability and economy on Air Arabia flights. Around 82 different destinations are covered under the flight schedule of the airline. With a catchy and effective punch line, 'Pay Less. Fly More.', Air Arabia promises to provide value for money to its passengers. The airline won the prestigious 'Corporate Social Responsibility Award' in 2012 at 2012 Aviation Business Awards held in Dubai. This award was presented to the carrier in recognition of its contribution to improve livelihoods in rural communities under its 'Charity Cloud Initiative'. Air Arabia was among first companies in the region to have launched a sustainable CSR program with the 'Charity Cloud' project. The initiative was launched in the year 2005 in collaboration with the Sharjah Charity International. In 2012, the airline also introduced its state-of-the-art mobile website, which adds to the convenience of the passengers by providing travel information on-the-go. The new mobile website also facilitates online booking of air tickets at reasonable air fare. A pioneer in using latest technologies, Air Arabia also launched an advanced online check-in for its passengers making air travel more convenient for them.
Glinting with distinct ancient world charm, Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh. Located on the banks of Buriganga River, the city of Dhaka is characterized by the bewitching beauty of nature. You can see dense tropical forests, sprawling mountain ranges, verdant tea gardens and blue green lakes. Entire Dhaka is splattered with hundreds of rivers, gleaming meadows and lush vegetation. Dhaka is a land of ancient relics; one may find beauteous remains of Buddhist civilizations. The city excels in trade of textiles and jute, and carries the tag of being one of the leading exporters of handicrafts.
Among many other transportation facilities like air planes, buses, trains, cars, cycle rickshaws and taxis, boats or ferries are most enjoyable and important and preferred option. Ferries leave from and arrive at the port in Sadarghat of Old Dhaka. Then there are Rocket Steamers that depart to Barisal and Khulna many times a week. Another major river station is Chandpur, which is just 3-4 hours from Dhaka. In the section of architectural wonders, there are magnificent mosques like Baitul Mukarram Nationbal Mosque and Star Mosque, both of them were constructed during 18th century. Other structures are Dhakeshwari Temple and Ramkrishna Mission, these are Hindu temples. Then there are churches like Armenian Church (1781 AD), St Mary's Cathedral (located at Ramna), and Church of Bangladesh (1677 AD). The city of Dhaka is full of mind blowing museums built with massive domes like Bangabandhu Memorial Museum, Mukti Juddha Museum and Ahsan Manzil Museum. Restaurants in this city are ever ready to offer delicious food and drink experience to the visitors.
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