Tomorrow, June 10, 2020, US-Bangla Airlines has decided to operate a special flight from Dhaka to Delhi to repatriate Indian Seafarers stranded in Bangladesh due to the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. Forty-five Indian
Seafarers are stationed in the port city of Chittagong. US-Bangla Airlines will take off from Dhaka at 9 am on June 10 and arrive at 12:30 pm local time in Delhi in direct collaboration with the Indian HighCommission in Dhaka, Bangladesh Foreign Ministry, Indian Ministry of External Affairs, Bangladesh Civil Aviation Authority and Indian Civil Aviation Authority. Mumbai-based Sea Dogs Marine Services Pvt Ltd is in overall charge
of repatriating 45 Indian Seafarers. The special flight will be operated by a 72-seat brand new ATR 72-600 aircraft.
US-Bangla Airlines has already operated few special flights from Chennai and Bangkok to Dhaka to bring back 3,000 Bangladeshi nationals stranded in Chennai and Bangkok due to the outbreak of Covid-19 and also 26 Taiwanesenationals travel from Dhaka to Delhi.
US-Bangla Airlines plans to operate a special flight from Dhaka to Delhi in compliance with all types of health rules, including social distance, as directed by Bangladesh Civil Aviation Authority.