To meet the huge passenger demand, Bangladesh Biman is going to increase the number of flights for Dhaka-Delhi route. From October 28th there will be changes in the flight schedule of Dhaka-Delhi route.
Salauddin Ahmed, General Manager of Marketing & Sales of the Biman Bangladesh Airlines, said five flights would be operated on this route instead of weekly three flights. Moreover, the journey time is being brought earlier by three hours. The winter schedule is being rearranged. He said increasing the number of flights on the Dhaka-Delhi route and changing the flight time would have a positive impact on ticket sales.
According to Biman Bangladesh source, the Dhaka to Delhi flight BG-097 will be scheduled at 12 noon instead of 3 pm. The flight would leave for Dhaka from Delhi at 6:20 local time.
Biman Bangladesh airline operates mainly from Shahjalal International Airport, Dhaka. It also operates from Shah Amanat International Airport, Chittagong and Osmani International Airport, Sylhet. Apart from the international flights, it also provides in-house services for passenger and freight transportation. Although they have flying agreements with about 42 countries around the world, it operates only in 16 countries.