Passengers travelling to Abu Dhabi are advised to obtain online re-entry approval from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) authority's website before booking a ticket
Biman Bangladesh Airlines Limited will resume its regular flight operations on Dubai and Abu Dhabi routes from July 6 and 7 respectively after three months of suspension due to the Covid-19.
Biman's Managing Director Mokabbir Hossain confirmed the matter to The Business standard.
Flight operations on Dhaka-Dubai-Dhaka route will resume from July 6, four days a week -Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Similarly, flight operations on Dhaka-Abu Dhabi-Dhaka route will resume from July 7, four days a week -Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Passengers travelling to Abu Dhabi are advised to obtain online re-entry approval from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) authority's website before booking a ticket.
Intending travellers to Dubai; non-resident individuals of Dubai and others are advised to apply through this link.
Similarly, Dubai residency holders are advised to apply through this link.
Flight operations on international routes from Bangladesh resumed on June 16 after over two months of suspension.
Earlier on March 9, Biman Bangladesh Airlines suspended 74 flights out of 142 on 10 routes out of 18 to some middle-eastern countries, India, Malaysia, and Singapore.
Later, Biman gradually cancelled all international flights amid worsening coronavirus situation.
Biman Bangladesh Airlines operated the last flight on international routes on March 30.
Biman has resumed international flights on Dhaka-London-Dhaka route from June 21.
For more details, travellers are advised to contact: Biman website: www.biman-airlines.com and helpline number 601715613-16.