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Biman Bangladesh Airlines will fly five new destinations

The national flag carrier is giving importance to the expansion of the international route network. Biman Bangladesh wants to fly in five new destinations this year. Biman’s board of directors also works with that goal.

Biman officials said the new five destinations of the aircraft are China’s commercial city Guangzhou, the holy city of Madina in Saudi Arabia, Delhi of India, Maldives Malay, and Sri Lanka’s Colombo. However, all the process has already been completed in Delhi and Madina. Even the flight schedules of these two countries were announced.

And the aircraft is waiting for the permission of the Civil Aviation Authority of the country to conduct flights to China’s commercial city, Guangzhou. All documents have been submitted subject to their demand. If Biman Bangladesh gets permission now, the aircraft will want to operate flights by June 30. Biman Bangladesh has prepared that prepared by the airline.

Also, necessary steps have been taken to start flights to Maldives and Colombo in Sri Lanka. The papers have been created for permission to operate flights to the Civil Aviation of these two countries. They will be able to start flights in these two countries by December 31 this year.

According to the relevant information, the aircraft will operate flights on Dhaka-Delhi-Dhaka route from May 13 after a long four-year stay. Initially, the direct flight will be operated on this route with Boeing 737-800 aircraft on Monday, Thursday and Saturday 162 seats.

From the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka, the flight will leave at 03:00 pm and reach Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport at 05:20 pm local time. Again, at the local time of Delhi at 06:20 pm, the flight will leave in Dhaka at 09:20 pm.

On the other hand, Biman Bangladesh will operate flights from Madina in Saudi Arabia on October 27. However, the authorities did not make the decision about how many flights would be managed, but the authorities did not. It is known that the schedule will be announced very soon.

Biman launched the latest international flight in 2013 in Yangon, Myanmar. The authorities said that the process of taking two Boeing leases is going on for flights to Maldivian Male and Colombo routes in Sri Lanka.

Biman Bangladesh Airlines General Manager (Public Relations) Shakil Meraaj said, the initiative for expansion of the route network of the Biman has been taken. Boeing will be operated on a new route with the latest Boeing being added to the aircraft.

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