Biman may resume Dhaka-Doha flights from September 7

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Biman Bangladesh Airlines plans to resume flight operation on Dhaka-Doha-Dhaka route from September 7, paving the way for a huge number of Bangladeshis to return to their workplaces in Qatar.

The national flag carrier suspended its flight to this popular Middle Eastern destination since middle of March following global outbreak of Covid-19.

An official of Biman said the national flag carrier is yet to finalise how many flights will be operated on this route.

Besides, he said, passengers will have to follow various terms and conditions to visit Doha.

“We are working to prepare a detailed plan to resume the Dhaka-Doha flights,” said the Biman official.

Wishing anonymity, the Biman official also said intended passengers will be able to get all related information by tomorrow through the Biman website.

Several thousand Bangladeshi expatriate workers who came to visit the country from Qatar after taking leave, remained stranded since March.