The flight operations in Chittagong's Shah Amanat International Airport resumed at 2pm on Tuesday.
After consulting the authorities concerned, the Civil Aviation Authority Bangladesh decided to resume the operations after eights hours of suspension, said Wing Commander Reazul Kabir, manager of the airport.
Due to the deteriorating weather caused by cyclonic storm Mora, activities at Chittagong airport were suspended at 5:45am on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, operations at the maritime port in Chittagong has resumed partially on Tuesday.
Delivery of goods that had been unloaded on Monday began at 4pm on Tuesday.
Loading and unloading of cargo did not resume as of 7pm as the vessels anchored at the outer anchorage of the port did not return to the jetties.
Omar Faruk, secretary of the Chittagong Port Authority, told the Dhaka Tribune that the operations would resume as soon as the weather returned to normal.
According to sources, a total of 125 vessels including 89 freight ships are currently anchored at the outer anchorage of the Chittagong port.
As many as 24 mother vessels were sent to the outer anchorage from the port jetties to protect the jetties, equipment and goods from possible damage.