There will be a total of five flights per week in the Dhaka-Delhi and Dhaka-Kolkata routes
Biman Bangladesh Airline’s flights with India will resume from Sunday.
Air travel between the two countries had been suspended for a long time due to the coronavirus surge in India.
Now three flights will be operated per week between Dhaka and Kolkata, and two flights will be run on Dhaka-Delhi route, read a Biman statement published on Wednesday.
Flights to Kolkata will be operated on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, and flights to Delhi will be operated on Sunday and Wednesday.
Tickets will be available at the Biman sales office or can be booked by contacting their call centre at 01990997997.
All passengers are required to get a RTPCR test for Covid-19 before 72 hours of traveling and maintain health guidelines during the flight.
Dash 8-400 airplanes will be used for the flights in these routes which have heppa filters which can purify the air of virus and bacteria every four minutes, read the statement.