Commercial flights resume

Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) has decided to resume international commercial flights to a selected group of countries from Saturday.

A circular was published on Friday imposing special conditions on travel to 38 countries, said a press release from CAAB on Saturday.

Earlier, all international flights were suspended from April 14 as the government imposed a strict lockdown from that day to contain the spread of Covid-19.

“Following the government guidance and instruction, with effect from 0001 BST on 1st May 2021 until further notice, scheduled passenger flights between Dhaka and some selected countries shall resume operation as per their approved time slots under Summer-2021 schedule. Mentionable that Air Bubble flights will remain suspended until further notice,” the circular said.

It also made mandatory for all incoming and outgoing passengers, except for children below the age of 10, to possess a PCR-based Covid-19 negative certificate.


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