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Dhaka, June 3: E-passport has been launched at the Bangladesh High Commission in Australia's capital Canberra. Bangladesh High Commissioner to Australia, M Allama Siddiqui, inaugurated the e-passport program on Saturday.
June 2, 2023: Aviation in Bangladesh will double in the next decade due to Bangladesh's growing population, expanding economy and growing middle class, US aircraft manufacturer Boeing has predicted.
Dhaka, May 31: On the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha, there is no ban on motorcycles crossing the launch. State Minister for Shipping Khalid Mahmud Chowdhury gave this information after the meeting of the Eid Management Committee regarding smooth boat movement and passenger safety on the occasion of the holy Eid-ul-Azha in the meeting room of the Ministry of Shipping at the Secretariat on Wednesday.
Dhaka, May 28: The Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh has lifted all restrictions related to coronavirus from all international and domestic airports of the country including Dhaka. This information was informed in a circular issued on May 25 by Air Commodore Shah Kawshar Ahmed Chowdhury, a member of the Flight Standards and Regulations Department of Babychock.
Dhaka, May 23: Ashkona Haj camp in the capital is now full of Hajj pilgrims. Every flight since morning left on time with passengers. Hajj pilgrims are quite satisfied with the overall management of Hajj this time. On the first day of Hajj, 140 passengers who got stuck due to visa complications left Dhaka for Saudi Arabia on a flight at 5:20 pm on Monday.
Dhaka, May 20: The first Hajj flight of this year will depart from Dhaka's Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport at 3:00 a.m. on Sunday (May 21). Before this, State Minister for Civil Aviation and Tourism Md. Mahbub Ali will inaugurate the flight at the concourse hall of Terminal-2 of the airport at 12:30 am.
Dhaka, May 18: From May 31, Metrorail will run from 8 am to 8 pm. Besides, instead of Tuesday, Metrorail's weekend will be Friday.
Dhaka, May 18: The picturesque Kashmir Valley has attracted tourists from far and wide places for several decades and in recent times the region is witnessing a surge in visitors from Bangladesh.
Dhaka, May 13: All types of inland waterways have been suspended due to looming threat from Cyclone Mocha. This decision to stop movement of ships will remain in force until further orders.
Dhaka, May 4: According to the decision of the Ministry of Civil Aviation and Tourism, all airlines operating in Bangladesh will have to set flight fares in Taka instead of dollars from July 1. The ministry took this decision due to the fall in the price of Taka against the dollar.
Dhaka, April 22: Considering the current unstable situation in Sudan, the Bangladesh Embassy does not consider the country safe for Bangladeshis to travel. Therefore, Bangladeshi citizens have been requested not to travel to the country. This request was made in a notification sent by the embassy on Saturday.
Dhaka, April 1: Bangladesh Railway has ordered access control to stop ticketless passengers from entering the station and to prevent them from climbing on the roof of the train during the upcoming Eid-ul-Fitr. Eid advance ticket sales will start from April 7. These tickets will be sold online only. Railway police and railway security forces have been instructed to ensure smooth Eid journey.
Dhaka, March 21: Age did not stop him from going to Hajj. The government of Saudi Arabia has removed the condition that the minimum age for Hajj must be 12 years. The Ministry of Religious Affairs announced this information in a circular on Monday, March 20.
Dhaka, March 20: Due to adverse weather conditions, local warning signal No. 2 has been issued at sea, and tourist vessels have been suspended on the Teknaf-Saint Martin waterway. As a result, no tourist ship left for Saint Martin from Damdamiya Ghat in Teknaf on Sunday. As the weather was normal, hundreds of tourists left Saint Martin for Teknaf by trawler-speedboats on Sunday afternoon.
Dhaka, March 4: The three-day long 11th Bangladesh Travel and Tourism Fair (BTTF) has started at the Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in the capital. Various travel agencies have brought great packages for travelling to India in this international tourism fair till March 4.