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Dhaka, September 3: The Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) has lifted the ban on Bangladesh-India flights under the Air Bubble Agreement. CAAB has agreed to the August 28 proposal of the Civil Aviation Authority of India and has allowed flights to operate from September 4. Flights will continue under the Air Bubble Agreement until regular scheduled flights are introduced. The CAAB sent a letter of consent to India's civil aviation on Thursday (September 2nd).
Dhaka, August 29: Flights between Bangladesh and India will resume on September 3.
Dhaka, November 9: Authorities have suspended Biman Bangladesh Airlines' Kolkata flight indefinitely. This decision is going to be effective from next Thursday (November 12). Biman said this on the notice board of the official website.
Dhaka, November 2: After more than seven-months of inactivity, Bangladesh-India flights have resumed from 26 October. The country's airlines have already launched full-fledged flights. Although the number of India-bound passengers in the first two days was a little less, it has started increasing.
Dhaka, October 28: Flights to various destinations in India are set to resume on Wednesday, after an eight-month hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, following an air bubble offer from India.
Dhaka, October 24: Biman Bangladesh Airlines is going to resume flight operations to India's Delhi and Kolkata under the Air Bubble Agreement, the company notified on Saturday.
Dhaka, October 14: Bangladesh and India are set to launch a special air service this month despite regular flights being suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.