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Sunday, August 8, 2010

Flight and Ticket


Hi, I think most of you have got residence permit and planning for fly to Helsinki. For some of you it will quite new experience. So I am trying to tell you some primary information.

1. Maximum weight of luggage is 20 KG
2. Maximum weight of Hand bag is 7 KG

*No liquid/metal in hand bag

Routes are normally

Dhaka-Dubai-Istanbul-Helsinki (Turkish Air)
Dhaka-Dubai-Vienna-Helsinki
Dhaka-Dubai/Doha-Stockholm-Helsinki
Dhaka-Doha-Frankfurt-Helsinki (Etihad)
Dhaka-Bangkok-Stockholm-Helsinki (Thai Air)
Dhaka-New Delhi-Helsinki (Finn Air)

Price: It cost for one way 60 to 70 thousand BDT . Return ticket is cheaper but I think no one would buy that cause validity of an air ticket is 1 year and student do not go to home country within a year.

Known Agent:

Mr. Abdur Rahman
Air Travel Solution
email: babu88058@gmail.com
Mob: +8801711512535

7 comments:

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  2. Hello ! I am Zubayer from Bangladesh.I have completed HSC(2009) GPA 4.70 And my IELTS Band Score is 6.00. i want to get admitted in Finland's University. in february session 2011.

    Can you Help me please.ple

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  3. Write specifically which type of help do you need.

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  4. Hi,
    Can you please provide any trusted travel agent office for flight booking from Dhaka to Helsinki?

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  5. Hi I am Sanjoy from Khulna. I want admit in Finland university for my post graduate level.How can I admit in varsity without tution fee and how many cost might have to bear me with plain ticket?Even how can I get a part time job?Is it easy? Please notify me.skboyra@yahoo.com or 01911294235

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  6. In Finland almost everybody speaks at least some English so I had no greater difficulties at this. After a while I became familiar with inscriptions and packages of the products and I could communicate through Internet with the majority because the use of it is wide-spread and services are offered in a big quantity here. Just one thing that is a Finnish feature - they don't seem to be very talkative and never start converstation first! More info at this web site.

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