DHAKA, March 29, 2017 (BSS) - National flag carrier Biman Bangladesh Airlines has opened a new window dubbed "Biman Holidays" aiming to boost up country's tourism sector as well as encourage the holiday makers for in-and-out-bound travel.
The new window would offer travel services to additional 96 routes apart from the Biman's scheduled destinations, hotel booking, discount at hospitals and more others along with bank EMI facilities.
Biman Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) A M Mosaddique Ahmed inaugurated the services at a ceremony at Biman's headquarters "Balaka" on Tuesday, said an official release today.
The biman holiday package has been decorated with varieties of offers and facilities. Under the scheme, travelers would get special discount at the renowned hospitals in India, Thailand and Malaysia while lowest rate booking at 350,000 hotels of different countries and all hotels in Bangladesh.
Travelers also could avail ticket and holiday packages from the biman holiday wing with bank EMI facilities. Anyone can book these packages at BDT 999 which is also refundable. Country's six leading banks would offer the EMI for ticket and holiday packages.
On the other hand, under aged single traveler and senior person would get special assistance. Passengers under packages would also enjoy mobile SIM card, recharge facilities and baggage lost-and-find facilities as the one-stop service.
Moreover, a passenger after buying ticket from biman holidays would get pick up and drop from home to airport as per requirement as well as 'meet and assistance' service by dedicated staffs upon the arrival at the airport. They would also enjoy holiday lounge's food and beverage. In addition, all the passengers under the programme would get visa processing assistance.
To know further visit www.bimanholidays.com or make call to 01988 188188 about biman holidays.
Speaking on the occasion, Biman CEO said Biman Holidays would participate at the travel fair in different countries to draw attention about Bangladesh Tourism in globally. "It would also help country branding alongside Biman," opined Mosaddique Ahmed.