The national carrier’s flights to Kolkata, Delhi, Kathmandu, Kuwait, Medina and Bangkok will be adjourned
Biman Bangladesh Airlines has cancelled its scheduled flights on six routes until October 24 in light of the coronavirus restrictions and the prevention of further spread of the virus.
The national carrier's flights to Kolkata, Delhi, Kathmandu, Kuwait, Medina and Bangkok will be adjourned, according to the information published on the Biman website.
Earlier, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) announced the suspension of passenger flights with all countries except the United Kingdom, China, Hong Kong and Thailand from March 21-31. Another order banned flights to all countries except China until April 6, which was later extended respectively to April 14, April 30, May 6, May 16, May 30 and June 15 in coordination with government holidays.
Since June 17, flights from Dhaka to London and Qatar were resumed, followed by other countries.
However, many countries are still not operating flights to Bangladesh due to bans imposed over safety concerns.