Publish: 07 Sep 2020, 03:36 pm
Turkish Airlines, the current single European airline operating here, has agreed to raise its flight frequency on the Istanbul-Dhaka-Istanbul route to five weekly flights from tomorrow.
"Tomorrow, Turkish airlines will be flying from Dhaka to Istanbul every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday," the press release issued by the airlines said here today, reports BSS.
The airline is operating a Boeing Dreamliner 787-9 Istanbul-Dhaka-Istanbul flight, it added.
It also asked all passengers to follow the travel and health advice of Turkish airlines on its website.
Turkish Airlines resumed operations in the Dhaka sector on 17 July with three weekly flights after almost four months of suspension due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
On 21 March, the CAAB first imposed a ban on international commercial flights to and from 10 countries – Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Turkey, Malaysia, Oman and Singapore – due to a pandemic.