(MENAFN- Bangladesh Monitor) Dhaka: The largest private carrier of the country US-Bangla Airlines is now flying four weekly flights from Muscat to Dhaka.
The airline resumed flight services on the Muscat-Dhaka route from June 5.
Amid the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, it is operating the four weekly flights on the route following all health guidelines.
The flight to Dhaka from Muscat takes off at 2:00 am local time on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday; and will land at the Dhaka Airport at 8:45 am local time, the airline said in a press release.
Passenger arrivals to Dhaka are required to stay in three-day institutional quarantine at their own expense. Upon a negative Covid-19 test, after the completion of institutional quarantine, they will have to stay in home quarantine for 11 more days.
The flight from Muscat to Dhaka is being operated with Boeing 737-800 aircraft with a 164-seat capacity.
In addition to Muscat, US-Bangla also operates flights to Kuala Lumpur, Doha, and Guangzhou amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent global travel restrictions.
Besides, US-Bangla Airlines currently operates flights on all domestic routes.
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