Customers can buy tickets from home through bKash for emergency travel

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At the beginning of this month, train, bus, launch and air transports have resumed maintaining hygiene rules with a limited number of passengers. At the same time, all tickets of Bangladesh Railway are available only online so that the railway stations do not get crowded. So commuters are booking their tickets of train, bus, air and launch through bKash without taking any risk.

Customers need to select ‘Ticket’ option from the main menu of bKash app to purchase a ticket of air, bus, launch or train easily.

 

Tickets from Bangladesh Railway can be bought directly through bKash app. By tapping on ‘Train’ option users can find travel route, date, number of seats, etc. to purchase a ticket.

Bus service has been resumed in a limited scale. Bus tickets can be bought from bdtickets.com microsite through bKash app. 45 bus operators are currently available on bdtickets.

Air Tickets can be bought through bdtickets platform for available domestic flights at this moment. For Covid-19 situation, domestic flights are limited to specific locations. So, customers can check through the app if tickets are available based on the availability of passengers for each flight. Airlines like Biman, Novoair and US-Bangla are operating on a limited scale.

 

Tickets for intercity launch services can also be bought from bdtickets platform on the bKash app.

During the lockdown, the ticket service of bKash has brought great relief and convenience for the customers who need to travel even in this emergency.

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