Unfortunately, Regent Airways ceased operations in March 2020 and is no longer flying.
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Regent Airways was a Bangladeshi airline that offered scheduled passenger services within Bangladesh and to other countries within Asia. Based at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport (DAC), the airline was founded and launched in 2010.
Regent Airways originally just operated domestic flights within Bangladesh. However, by 2013, the airline launched its first international flights and had since served popular domestic and international routes, including Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Chittagong-Kolkata, Dhaka-Kolkata and Singapore.
Passengers were given 7kg of free carry-on baggage, regardless of which cabin class they flew in.
Passengers were given a 20kg of baggage in Economy Class and 30kg of baggage in Business Class. Infants were given 10kg of free checked baggage.
Extra baggage was available to purchase. The additional baggage limit was 20–45kg for Economy Class, 30–50kg for Premium Economy and 30–55kg for Business Class, depending on the route flown on.
Online check-in wasn't available for this airline.
Airport check-in closed 30 minutes before scheduled flight departure time on domestic flights 60 minutes before flight departure time on international flights. However, it's recommended that passengers arrive in good time before the closing times.
The Boeing 737-800: economy class were fitted with comfortable leather seats with 29-31 inch pitch to ensure the utmost comfort for passengers.
The Boeing 737-700: 112 economy class seats. The comfortable 33 inch seat pitch of economy class ensured the utmost comfort for passengers.
Bombardier Dash-8-Q300: This aircraft seated 50 passengers in an undivided single-class layout. All seats had a generous pitch of 32 inches and individual tray-tables in a 4-abeast seating arrangement.
The Boeing 737-800: 15 premium economy class seats (Reg: S2-AIH) with a comfortable 33-38 inch seat pitch to provide the best comfort to make the trip a comfortable one.
Boeing 737-700: no premium class
Bombardier Dash-8-Q300: no premium economy class
The Boeing 737-800: 8 business class seats, in premium comfortable leather and great recline
Boeing 737-700: 12 business class seats are configured with 45 inch reclining seats to give you just the comfort you need to make your trip a comfortable one
Bombardier Dash-8-Q300: no business class
Cooked by professional chefs, the in-flight food menu consisted of warm meals and light snacks. The on-board service would be determined by whether you were flying domestically or internationally:
On domestic flights: Regent Airways provided a snack box with fresh snacks like sandwiches, roasted peanuts, mango bars, and beverages.
On international flights: You would of enjoyed a full meal appropriate to the time of day. Also enjoyed local and International movies and TV series in the PSU system as well as a range of reading materials.
Regent Airways’ fleet consisted of eight aircraft:
Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport (DAC) is the biggest international airport in Bangladesh and the hub airport for Regent Airways. The airport is located in Kurmitola, Dhaka and is split into three terminals: T1 and T2 for international flights and a third terminal, just known as the Domestic Terminal, for domestic flights.
Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport (DAC) is the primary hub of the national flag carrier Biman Bangladesh Airlines. The airport is also a hub for other private airlines including Novoair, US-Bangla Airlines, Fly Dhaka and Easy Fly Express.