Novoair, a prominent private airline, is set to venture into six international destinations by June.
The airline, currently operating with five aircraft, plans to bolster its fleet to eight as part of this expansion.
Various leasing organizations have expressed confidence in making these aircraft available within the next three to four months.
The Novoair executive addressed concerns arising from the dollar crisis in Bangladesh, with leasing companies questioning the airline’s ability to meet lease payments. The monthly expenditures of the company is approximately 2 million dollars for aircraft parts.
Novoair aims to extend its services to Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Dubai, Sharjah, and Muscat with the addition of three A321 aircraft. These planes, belonging to the Airbus A320 family, are renowned for operating medium- and short-haul flights, accommodating 185 to 236 passengers.