About Us

Regent Airways (incorporated as HG Aviation Limited) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Habib Group - the Chittagong-based conglomerate engaged in a diverse portfolio of business endeavors which include power, steel, readymade garments, textiles, spinning, cement, paper and fertilizer among others.

The airline began commercial flight operations from 10th November, 2010 using its own fleet of two Canadian-built Bombardier Dash-8-Q300 aircraft, each seating 50 passengers in a single-class layout. The aircraft is known for its exceptional reliability and passenger comfort.

Now our fleet consists of 05 (five) aircrafts. Among those 02 (two) Dash-8-Q300 aircraft reputed for its exceptional reliability and passenger comfort, which are maintained to European standards, 01(one) Dash-6 400 and 02 (two) Boeing 737-700 Next Generation aircraft which was awarded type certification by the FAA, In addition, the newer 737 models offer a modern flight deck using the most advanced navigation technology available today. The fleet is planning to expand soon with larger jet aircraft as Regent is expanding more international destinations reaching beyond the borders of Bangladesh.

The 737 Boeing Sky Interior features modern sculpted sidewalls and window reveals that draw passenger eyes to the airplane's windows, giving passengers a greater connection to the flying experience. The design offers larger, pivoting overhead storage bins that add to the openness of the cabin. The bins give more passengers room to store a carry-on roll-aboard near their own seat, adding both extra convenience and extra leg room.

With the tagline "every little thing counts", Regent Airways reasserts its commitment to excel in airline service and be recognized as a world-class airline from Bangladesh.

As a start-up airline, Regent Airways is setting standards never seen before in the local industry – starting from extensive infrastructural capabilities and modern fleet of aircraft to world-class training of its staff and adoption of highest safety standards. It is also noteworthy that Regent Airways is the first airline from Bangladesh to have received approval for its Safety Management System Manual from the Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) which is an internationally acknowledged standard set forth by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).

Across the fleet and for every single flight, Regent is giving paramount importance to the safety of its passengers. Regent is closely working with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) – global airline industry’s leading organization, which trains the airline’s staff in the areas of safety, security, and customer service. All our staffs are motivated to provide impeccable standards of services on the ground and in the air each and every time.

We are also making uncompromised commitments to ensure delivery of world-class services. Our state-of-the-art e-ticketing & reservation is empowered by VRS (Videcom Reservation System) provided by EmQuest (a division of Emirates). VRS solution is currently being used by over 35 airlines worldwide. The VRS solution has beaten the likes of British Airways and Virgin in winning the prestigious “Airline Website of the year in 2008”. The VRS features rich functionality using cutting edge technology to deliver a very user friendly platform. The flight operations is supported by solutions from Lufthansa Systems – the world’s largest provider of airline IT solutions; the engineering is strengthened by the association with respectable operator and renowned engineering services provider.

Regent Airways has also planned to develop the country’s first full-fledged maintenance hangar belonging to a private airline.

With the vision of becoming the leading airline from Bangladesh to set the standards and keep raising it ourselves, Regent Airways is becoming the most-preferred airline for the passengers to fly with. We are very pleased to inform you that we have proved an on-time performance of over 97% and have carried over 783,240 passengers within three years of operations with a perfect safety record.