Farroque Alam Sarker, central vice president of Krishak League joined BNP on Wednesday. Photo: CollectedKrishak League central committee vice president Farroque Alam Sarker on Wednesday joined BNP ahead of the 11th Parliamentary elections, reports UNB.Hailing from Gaibandha-5 constituency, Farroque formally joined BNP by presenting a bouquet to party secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir around 7:00pm at BNP chairperson’s Gulshan office, said a press release.Farroque also bought party’s nomination paper from Gaibandha-5 constituency.More than one hundred leaders-activists of ruling party student wing Bangladesh Chhatra League and Juba League also joined BNP with Farroque, said Gaibandha district unit BNP president Syed Moinul Hasan Sadik.BNP’s Rangpur divisional organising secretary Asadu Habib Dulu, and general secretary Mahmud Nabi Tutul were, among others, present on the occasion.
Friday, December 23, 2016 Posted by Share Tags: Sunwing Travelweek Group Sunwing gets a jump on Boxing Week with savings Dec. 23 – 30 TORONTO — Sunwing’s Massive Boxing Week Sale kicks off today and runs through midnight on Dec. 30, offering savings of up to 60% on all-inclusive packages to top resorts across Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America.One resort available in the sale, top Sunwing pick Memories Holguin, is recommended for its tropical beachfront setting bordered by lush vegetation and amenities to suit guests of all ages, including five restaurants, an extensive pool complex, kids and teens clubs and varied evening entertainment.Another option, Grand Riviera Princess All Suites & Spa in Riviera Maya, is consistently popular with families, says Sunwing. The accommodation options include rooms that sleep families of five, plus indulgent swim up suites. Younger guests will love the extensive pool complex with pirate-themed splash park and slides; kids’ club and nightly child-friendly entertainment. There are also up to 10 restaurants, a spa and a sports bar. << Previous PostNext Post >>
Travelweek Group Southeast Asia on sale with Scenic, free airfare included Tags: Sales, Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours, Southeast Asia Posted by Share << Previous PostNext Post >> Thursday, October 25, 2018 VANCOUVER — Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours in Canada is offering Southeast Asia savings that include a new sailing and free airfare on bookings.Early bookers will receive the lowest prices, says the company, along with first choice on sailing dates and itineraries. Additionally, they can take advantage of US$495 premium economy airfare or free economy flights on Mekong River departures of 13 days and longer, and free economy flights on Irrawaddy River cruises.Booking Scenic’s 11-day sailings on either river means $700 per couple off the fare.These special offers are valid for bookings made by Dec. 31, 2018.New for 2019/2020 is the 18-day ‘Highlights of Vietnam, Cambodia & Luxury Mekong’, which takes the in-depth Vietnam-Cambodia sailing and adds a five-night luxury exploration of the Vietnamese capital of Hanoi and its World Heritage-listed Halong Bay.To support sustainable travel, Scenic guests cruising the Irrawaddy and the Mekong are also given the option to purchase a reusable water bottle to use throughout their journey, reducing the amount of disposable single-use water bottles being used. Filling stations are available throughout the ship and there are also water filling stations at all the shore stops. All funds from the purchase of these reusable bottles are put back into local community projects.More news: Rome enforces ban on sitting on Spanish StepsSince the inception of this program, Scenic has funded 100% of the cost of two projects in South East Asia: the provision of clean running water to the Chiro Community in Kampong Cham, Cambodia, and the construction of new sanitation blocks in Yandabo Village in Myanmar.
<< Previous PostNext Post >> Posted by Travelweek Group Tags: Canada Jetlines, Montreal Saint-Hubert airport has low-cost plans as Montreal base for Jetlines Share MONTREAL — Canada Jetlines has set its sights on the Montreal region after announcing a new partnership with Saint-Hubert airport.As part its plan to becoming a low-cost airport for the Montérégie region, Aéroport Montréal Saint-Hubert Longueuil is undergoing expansion that includes an already upgraded runway and a upcoming new passenger terminal building. The runway reconstruction project was supported by the Canadian federal government, which injected $13 million into it.Upon completion, Canada Jetlines –on track to launch in 2019 – will make the airport its Montreal base from where it will offer ultra-low fare service to the region.“We are excited to enter into this partnership with the Saint-Hubert airport and support their vision of building a low-cost alternative airport in the Montreal region,” said Javier Suarez, CEO. “Montreal travellers deserve a low-cost domestic option and those looking for low-cost air travel options destined south should not have to drive across the border to Plattsburgh. The Saint-Hubert airport has our full support and we look forward to working together to design and build what will become Jetlines’ base in Montreal.”More news: Flights cancelled as British Airways hit by computer problemSuarez also added that Saint-Hubert is a short commute out of Montreal’s downtown core, giving passengers convenient access to a new purpose-built, low-cost facility in Saint Hubert.Jane Foyle, General Manager of DASH-L, the non-profit organization that manages the airport, said there’s been a renewed interest by scheduled carriers to operate at Saint Hubert and as such, the airport will accelerate its efforts to secure a designated airport status that will enable it to provide security screening services from the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA).As for the larger picture, Foyle said the airport’s intention is to also obtain customs and immigration services from the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) in order to offer transborder flights. This, she says, will allow the airport to recapture the exodus of Quebec passengers who travel to U.S. airports for their flights.“These two conditions, which depend solely on federal government decisions, are necessary for us to be able to partner with air carriers of Jetlines’ caliber,” she added. “We will be reaching out to Minister Marc Garneau and our elected officials to accelerate these decisions. We share the federal government’s stated goal to offer affordable and efficient services to Canadians, and our partnership with Jetlines is an important step towards that goal.” Thursday, November 8, 2018