Eastern Times Correspondent, Dhaka, 3 September : The Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) has agreed to resume air bubble flights to India.
According to a CAAB official notice released on Friday, flights may restart on Saturday and will continue to operate in this manner until scheduled international flights between the two nations resume.
Under the current bubble air flight arrangement, Bangladesh Biman, Novoair, and US Bangla Airlines will fly a total of seven flights each week between Dhaka and various cities of India, the notice added.
However, CAAB proposed increasing the frequency to 10 flights each week.
The planes will fly with 90% of their total seating capacity, with required 14-day quarantines and PCR tests for all passengers, regardless of whether or not they show symptoms of Covid-19.