Another 2 flights for Saudi expatriates
Published: 08:07 PM, 24 September 2020 Updated: 08:08 PM, 24 September 2020
Biman Bangladesh Airlines will operate two more flights to send Saudi Arabia expatriate Bangladeshis stranded in the country due to coronavirus. The two flights will be operated on September 29 and 30.
According to Biman’s website on Thursday, Biman will operate two chartered flights to Saudi Arabia, on Dhaka-Jeddha and on Dhaka-Riyadh on September 29 and 30 respectively for the passengers who have return tickets suspended March 18-20 and March 18-19 flights to these destinations.
It is also requested to contact the Biman Sales Office for booking the flight on September 25-26 with ticket, passport, approval from the specified apps/links by Saudi Arabia.
According to the website, booking tickets will be given on a first come first service-based. Other passengers will also be notified for booking in phases subject to new flight approval. So they have been requested not to crowd the counter unnecessarily.
Besides, all the passengers from Dhaka have been asked to undergo the Covid-19 test. Only the Covid-Negative Certificate carrying passengers are allowed to travel to Saudi Arabia and must arrive there within 48 hours of sample collection.
Meanwhile, to know more about this, visit Biman’s website www.biman-airlines.com.