Kuwait Airways is the national airline and national flag carrier of Kuwait and is member of the Arab Air Carriers Organization. It was formed by a group of Kuwaiti businessmen in 1953 but started to operate in 1954. International flights are operated throughout the Middle East, Indian Subcontinent, Europe, Southeast Asia and North America. Government has taken its 50% share. In 1963 the government has increased its participant to 100%. The main base of this airline is situated at Kuwait International Airport and from this airport flights to various domestic and international destinations are operated. Kuwait Airways is the member of the Arab Air carriers Organization and it connects 41 destinations to Kuwait city worldwide. The fleet of this airline is consists of 17 aircrafts which include three A320, 200s, three A310, 300s, five A300, 605Rs, four A340, 300s and two Boeing B777s. Cheap flight option are available for various cities in Middle East, North Africa, Central Asia and South East Asia. The main destinations in these countries are Alexandria, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Assuit, Tehran, Cairo, Colombo, Jakarta, and Luxor, Sharm el Sheikh, Casablanca, Dhaka, Islamabad, Lahore, Manila, Manama, Amman, Beirut, Muscat, Doha, Dammam, Jeddah, Madinah, Riyadh, Damascus, Abu Dhabi and Dubai. Various Indian cities are also covered by it. The major Indian cities which are covered by it are Cochin, Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai and Trivandrum.
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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