If one has previously registered for a charter flight, they do not need to re-register
The British government has announced three further charter flights from Bangladesh that will take more than 900 British travellers back to the UK.
The flights will operate on May 20, 26 and 31 from Dhaka to London, says a press release.
Two connecting flights between Sylhet and Dhaka are also taking place on each of the days the flights from Dhaka to London are scheduled.
Given the number of people, who have already registered for a flight, the majority of seats have likely been allocated to people who are already on the waiting lists.
To register interest in these flights, and for more information, British travellers should visit the travel advice pages for Bangladesh.
If one has previously registered for a charter flight, they do not need to re-register.
"These three flights will mean more than 900 British Nationals can return home, taking the total number of travellers brought back to the UK from Bangladesh to more than 2,800," says Foreign Office Minister of State, Lord Tariq Ahmad of Wimbledon.
"This has been a huge logistical challenge and we recognise the difficulties that people have faced and are grateful for the patience and understanding they have shown," he adds.
"We have worked closely with the Government of Bangladesh, airlines and local authorities to help British travellers in Bangladesh return to the UK, focused on helping the most vulnerable people as a priority," says British High Commissioner to Bangladesh Robert Chatterton Dickson.
"Since the coronavirus outbreak began, the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) has worked consistently with governments, air carriers and travel companies to minimise disruption and help British travellers return home safely – supported with £75 million for special charter flights to priority countries, focused on helping the most vulnerable people," added UK High Commissioner Dickson.
People who are most vulnerable will be prioritised for seats on the flights, which will bring the total number chartered by the UK government from Bangladesh to 12.