About usRegent 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, ready made 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.
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Ever thought about a job with one of Bangladesh’s largest airlines?
Regent Airways is a Bangladeshi airline that is part of HG Aviation Ltd. In turn, this entity is owned by the Habib Group, a large and successful Bangladeshi conglomerate, based in Chittagong. The group has diversified extensively in a number of industries including textiles, real estate, insurance, and of course, aviation. With revenues in excess of US$ 425 million (BDT 34 billion) and over 20,000 employees, the Habib Group represents both a significant employer and organisation in the Bangladeshi economy. This means that Regent Airways careers can offer extremely exciting opportunities for development. The group is also seen as embodying an entrepreneurial, forward thinking spirit, exemplified by their slogan Inspiration Comes Standard, detailing their keenness to invest in future technologies, techniques and markets.
Regent Airways was formed in 2010 with operations commencing the same year. Notable personnel in the company include Managing Director, Mashruf Habib, and the Chief Advisor, Sam Isaac. Regent Airways have the slogan Every Little Thing Counts, underpinned by their attention to detail and high standards. The company looks to improve customer service and their airline experience across the board, recognising that the customer is key to their future profitability. In turn, this means Regent Airways careers in Bangladesh involve a customer-centric component, with the company focused on providing consumers with excellent service.
They have a fleet size of five, with three different types of planes running under their operation. Most recently, they acquired two Boeing 737-700 aircraft, via lease, to supplement their two Bombardier Dash-8-Q300 and one DHC 6-400 Twin Otter.
What industry is Regent Airways in?
As technological advancements have allowed the cheaper production of planes, the operation of flights has reduced in cost. Simultaneously, rising disposable incomes all over the world have heightened demand both for short, and long-haul trips. Together, these factors have ushered in an era with both extensive demand for travel, and supply of flights. With many players in the industry, most airlines have many competitors. Most undertake one or more of the following flight tasks, including the ferrying of passengers or cargo. This can take place on an international, domestic (national), or regional basis. The industry is also closely aligned with the Hospitality sector, in that airlines often utilise the existence of hotels in their service. Additionally, travel agents are frequently used to organise trips for consumers in the market, acting as an intermediary between aviation companies and consumers.
Despite the Bangladeshi airline industry not being as developed as some in other parts of the world, Regent Airways has a number of competitors including United Airways Bangladesh, Biman Bangladesh Airlines, British International. These represent some of the most likeminded airlines that are operating at similar segments of the market, however, the company also has a number of other competitors focused on alternative segments or providing slightly different services. Jobs in the aviation industry typically include a variety of positions. Perhaps most well known however, is that of a pilot.
Where are their positions located?
Regent Airlines have their head office in the Siaam Tower in Bangladesh’s capital, Dhaka with their airline hub at the city’s Shahjalal International Airport. This offers excellent opportunity for Regent Airways vacancies in the Dhaka amongst others. Flights are currently offered to nine locations, including airports in Nepal, India, Thailand (Bangkok), Malaysia, and Singapore, including the recent introduction of flights to Kathmandu in February 2015. Plans exist to begin flights to Hong Kong, Doha, Guangzhou, and Muscat soon. Its list of destination airports also includes four others in Bangladesh, illustrating the company’s focus on transporting both on a domestic and international basis.
Serving a range of locations both in Bangladesh and abroad, Regent Airways jobs exist in a number of cities. The airline requires many different types of people with varying sets of skills, so you can be sure to find a role that fits you. With competitive fares and ticket prices, Regent Airways offers an excellent value proposition both for consumers in Bangladesh and outside.
The perks - why does a job with Regent Airways offer so much?
Being part of both a larger airline entity (HG Aviation Ltd.) and more significantly, the conglomerately diversified Habib Group, offers extensive opportunities both to grow within Regent Airways and the broader range of companies under the Habib Group umbrella. This affords employees the potential for extensive career development with a secure employer, focused on the long term.
The airline is also the first in Bangladesh to receive international accreditation for its safety management systems, illustrating it to be an extremely advanced and professional company in the country. Regent Airways is also undertaking extensive training with the International Air Transport Association (IATA), to train its staff in areas related to safety, security, and customer service. With a keen eye on technology, the airline has also invested significantly in its VRS (Videcom Reservation System), in order to embrace the increasingly technologically savvy consumers in the Bangladeshi market. These factors point to a forward thinking employer offering many exciting Regent Airways vacancies in Bangladesh.