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Bangladesh travel restrictions

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Open for citizens: partial Open for foreigners: partial Open for tourism: partial Quarantine: yes
Airlines Updates
Published on 30.06.2021
Biman cancels domestic flights for a week
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/06/30/biman-cancels-domestic-flights-for-a-week?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=d05e95544bbf9f89ded5c4e0ce1035a2e239fdb9-1625126053-0-AYsz82b2wKC4tmk8OjdxgRkDjBaLP-aWDgpVEGGCT2aPvgdZCufulcdZywcxemh_c4w2a4BCF-2bLEa3zkMHEMebFe0zg_0y-Xfna0ohhB7hnGz9x8FEMW15_A8jnYJBJQAR52yyY24VhIKuKbqpDvNjOUZtb9KodXdFVBTi6I90thXlS9iU07NYHb5mWgg2lJdXRxFY0-nOvLwXEDDoTd_tJTd_yvJj_GCyTfhIDznCcEIXGkA-FIDiG0zNLRDfU9d6ucYWpJFihmjvl_fRYuGX5IlGuA9hwCcE-aC9aYzaGIVeK0I1UA2gaEGG-SH3Z9Bb2y9QoEXsWpQKkxf9Kf4dlpOX2vTsV9YYT90nJ6ZNDltnvvI5GvDtoC9VMVY_QDeQQH6Mqm2m7-1YmIvVdEl2XUW32aUga6Yesb7NvI7n5QnREWSqU2vLJKHVK3PLHED4qcorQHzjemjb7JWf5mWBHWUhG2dVvSi89UgLFPKUGZJ-tDX-y6CEogzmbbJC-Z_BiZrP6a0mhsyQWuAqWFdiO1qn9X19Ol142RtFGpkpnXikB6h0sBXcsR8sbQT05ooGOCV4fdVXkpQOEl3CvKGT_48t_-gOv1bC-PbYmdR_UCS_jUkkw2OiEQBvtlMXO2R2nBnN54rQZHU8PNrFMTmrg7QUZ6tW9l3eTnuFvMfwjJLk8qP9tnPrBm4d8ZrK9B_J4yNknmrZh3OWsFdpdE8
Published on Pakistan
Source: Sri Lanka and the United Arab Emirates.
Published on 14.07.2021
Latest News: Government allows resumption of flight operations to all domestic destinations for eight days from 15JUL21 (New Age BD, 13.07.2021). Public transport will resume on limited scale as COVID-19 restrictions relaxed from 15-22 July (Dhaka Tribune, 12.07.2021).
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Published on Pakistan
Source: Sri Lanka and the United Arab Emirates.
Published on 14.07.2021
Latest News: Government allows resumption of flight operations to all domestic destinations for eight days from 15JUL21 (New Age BD, 13.07.2021). Public transport will resume on limited scale as COVID-19 restrictions relaxed from 15-22 July (Dhaka Tribune, 12.07.2021).
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Published on 30.06.2021
Biman cancels domestic flights for a week
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/06/30/biman-cancels-domestic-flights-for-a-week?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=d05e95544bbf9f89ded5c4e0ce1035a2e239fdb9-1625126053-0-AYsz82b2wKC4tmk8OjdxgRkDjBaLP-aWDgpVEGGCT2aPvgdZCufulcdZywcxemh_c4w2a4BCF-2bLEa3zkMHEMebFe0zg_0y-Xfna0ohhB7hnGz9x8FEMW15_A8jnYJBJQAR52yyY24VhIKuKbqpDvNjOUZtb9KodXdFVBTi6I90thXlS9iU07NYHb5mWgg2lJdXRxFY0-nOvLwXEDDoTd_tJTd_yvJj_GCyTfhIDznCcEIXGkA-FIDiG0zNLRDfU9d6ucYWpJFihmjvl_fRYuGX5IlGuA9hwCcE-aC9aYzaGIVeK0I1UA2gaEGG-SH3Z9Bb2y9QoEXsWpQKkxf9Kf4dlpOX2vTsV9YYT90nJ6ZNDltnvvI5GvDtoC9VMVY_QDeQQH6Mqm2m7-1YmIvVdEl2XUW32aUga6Yesb7NvI7n5QnREWSqU2vLJKHVK3PLHED4qcorQHzjemjb7JWf5mWBHWUhG2dVvSi89UgLFPKUGZJ-tDX-y6CEogzmbbJC-Z_BiZrP6a0mhsyQWuAqWFdiO1qn9X19Ol142RtFGpkpnXikB6h0sBXcsR8sbQT05ooGOCV4fdVXkpQOEl3CvKGT_48t_-gOv1bC-PbYmdR_UCS_jUkkw2OiEQBvtlMXO2R2nBnN54rQZHU8PNrFMTmrg7QUZ6tW9l3eTnuFvMfwjJLk8qP9tnPrBm4d8ZrK9B_J4yNknmrZh3OWsFdpdE8
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 30.06.2021
Biman cancels domestic flights for a week
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/06/30/biman-cancels-domestic-flights-for-a-week?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=d05e95544bbf9f89ded5c4e0ce1035a2e239fdb9-1625126053-0-AYsz82b2wKC4tmk8OjdxgRkDjBaLP-aWDgpVEGGCT2aPvgdZCufulcdZywcxemh_c4w2a4BCF-2bLEa3zkMHEMebFe0zg_0y-Xfna0ohhB7hnGz9x8FEMW15_A8jnYJBJQAR52yyY24VhIKuKbqpDvNjOUZtb9KodXdFVBTi6I90thXlS9iU07NYHb5mWgg2lJdXRxFY0-nOvLwXEDDoTd_tJTd_yvJj_GCyTfhIDznCcEIXGkA-FIDiG0zNLRDfU9d6ucYWpJFihmjvl_fRYuGX5IlGuA9hwCcE-aC9aYzaGIVeK0I1UA2gaEGG-SH3Z9Bb2y9QoEXsWpQKkxf9Kf4dlpOX2vTsV9YYT90nJ6ZNDltnvvI5GvDtoC9VMVY_QDeQQH6Mqm2m7-1YmIvVdEl2XUW32aUga6Yesb7NvI7n5QnREWSqU2vLJKHVK3PLHED4qcorQHzjemjb7JWf5mWBHWUhG2dVvSi89UgLFPKUGZJ-tDX-y6CEogzmbbJC-Z_BiZrP6a0mhsyQWuAqWFdiO1qn9X19Ol142RtFGpkpnXikB6h0sBXcsR8sbQT05ooGOCV4fdVXkpQOEl3CvKGT_48t_-gOv1bC-PbYmdR_UCS_jUkkw2OiEQBvtlMXO2R2nBnN54rQZHU8PNrFMTmrg7QUZ6tW9l3eTnuFvMfwjJLk8qP9tnPrBm4d8ZrK9B_J4yNknmrZh3OWsFdpdE8
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 30.06.2021
Biman cancels domestic flights for a week
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/06/30/biman-cancels-domestic-flights-for-a-week?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=d05e95544bbf9f89ded5c4e0ce1035a2e239fdb9-1625126053-0-AYsz82b2wKC4tmk8OjdxgRkDjBaLP-aWDgpVEGGCT2aPvgdZCufulcdZywcxemh_c4w2a4BCF-2bLEa3zkMHEMebFe0zg_0y-Xfna0ohhB7hnGz9x8FEMW15_A8jnYJBJQAR52yyY24VhIKuKbqpDvNjOUZtb9KodXdFVBTi6I90thXlS9iU07NYHb5mWgg2lJdXRxFY0-nOvLwXEDDoTd_tJTd_yvJj_GCyTfhIDznCcEIXGkA-FIDiG0zNLRDfU9d6ucYWpJFihmjvl_fRYuGX5IlGuA9hwCcE-aC9aYzaGIVeK0I1UA2gaEGG-SH3Z9Bb2y9QoEXsWpQKkxf9Kf4dlpOX2vTsV9YYT90nJ6ZNDltnvvI5GvDtoC9VMVY_QDeQQH6Mqm2m7-1YmIvVdEl2XUW32aUga6Yesb7NvI7n5QnREWSqU2vLJKHVK3PLHED4qcorQHzjemjb7JWf5mWBHWUhG2dVvSi89UgLFPKUGZJ-tDX-y6CEogzmbbJC-Z_BiZrP6a0mhsyQWuAqWFdiO1qn9X19Ol142RtFGpkpnXikB6h0sBXcsR8sbQT05ooGOCV4fdVXkpQOEl3CvKGT_48t_-gOv1bC-PbYmdR_UCS_jUkkw2OiEQBvtlMXO2R2nBnN54rQZHU8PNrFMTmrg7QUZ6tW9l3eTnuFvMfwjJLk8qP9tnPrBm4d8ZrK9B_J4yNknmrZh3OWsFdpdE8
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 30.06.2021
Biman cancels domestic flights for a week
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/06/30/biman-cancels-domestic-flights-for-a-week?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=d05e95544bbf9f89ded5c4e0ce1035a2e239fdb9-1625126053-0-AYsz82b2wKC4tmk8OjdxgRkDjBaLP-aWDgpVEGGCT2aPvgdZCufulcdZywcxemh_c4w2a4BCF-2bLEa3zkMHEMebFe0zg_0y-Xfna0ohhB7hnGz9x8FEMW15_A8jnYJBJQAR52yyY24VhIKuKbqpDvNjOUZtb9KodXdFVBTi6I90thXlS9iU07NYHb5mWgg2lJdXRxFY0-nOvLwXEDDoTd_tJTd_yvJj_GCyTfhIDznCcEIXGkA-FIDiG0zNLRDfU9d6ucYWpJFihmjvl_fRYuGX5IlGuA9hwCcE-aC9aYzaGIVeK0I1UA2gaEGG-SH3Z9Bb2y9QoEXsWpQKkxf9Kf4dlpOX2vTsV9YYT90nJ6ZNDltnvvI5GvDtoC9VMVY_QDeQQH6Mqm2m7-1YmIvVdEl2XUW32aUga6Yesb7NvI7n5QnREWSqU2vLJKHVK3PLHED4qcorQHzjemjb7JWf5mWBHWUhG2dVvSi89UgLFPKUGZJ-tDX-y6CEogzmbbJC-Z_BiZrP6a0mhsyQWuAqWFdiO1qn9X19Ol142RtFGpkpnXikB6h0sBXcsR8sbQT05ooGOCV4fdVXkpQOEl3CvKGT_48t_-gOv1bC-PbYmdR_UCS_jUkkw2OiEQBvtlMXO2R2nBnN54rQZHU8PNrFMTmrg7QUZ6tW9l3eTnuFvMfwjJLk8qP9tnPrBm4d8ZrK9B_J4yNknmrZh3OWsFdpdE8
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 30.06.2021
Biman cancels domestic flights for a week
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/06/30/biman-cancels-domestic-flights-for-a-week?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=d05e95544bbf9f89ded5c4e0ce1035a2e239fdb9-1625126053-0-AYsz82b2wKC4tmk8OjdxgRkDjBaLP-aWDgpVEGGCT2aPvgdZCufulcdZywcxemh_c4w2a4BCF-2bLEa3zkMHEMebFe0zg_0y-Xfna0ohhB7hnGz9x8FEMW15_A8jnYJBJQAR52yyY24VhIKuKbqpDvNjOUZtb9KodXdFVBTi6I90thXlS9iU07NYHb5mWgg2lJdXRxFY0-nOvLwXEDDoTd_tJTd_yvJj_GCyTfhIDznCcEIXGkA-FIDiG0zNLRDfU9d6ucYWpJFihmjvl_fRYuGX5IlGuA9hwCcE-aC9aYzaGIVeK0I1UA2gaEGG-SH3Z9Bb2y9QoEXsWpQKkxf9Kf4dlpOX2vTsV9YYT90nJ6ZNDltnvvI5GvDtoC9VMVY_QDeQQH6Mqm2m7-1YmIvVdEl2XUW32aUga6Yesb7NvI7n5QnREWSqU2vLJKHVK3PLHED4qcorQHzjemjb7JWf5mWBHWUhG2dVvSi89UgLFPKUGZJ-tDX-y6CEogzmbbJC-Z_BiZrP6a0mhsyQWuAqWFdiO1qn9X19Ol142RtFGpkpnXikB6h0sBXcsR8sbQT05ooGOCV4fdVXkpQOEl3CvKGT_48t_-gOv1bC-PbYmdR_UCS_jUkkw2OiEQBvtlMXO2R2nBnN54rQZHU8PNrFMTmrg7QUZ6tW9l3eTnuFvMfwjJLk8qP9tnPrBm4d8ZrK9B_J4yNknmrZh3OWsFdpdE8
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 30.06.2021
Biman cancels domestic flights for a week
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/06/30/biman-cancels-domestic-flights-for-a-week?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=d05e95544bbf9f89ded5c4e0ce1035a2e239fdb9-1625126053-0-AYsz82b2wKC4tmk8OjdxgRkDjBaLP-aWDgpVEGGCT2aPvgdZCufulcdZywcxemh_c4w2a4BCF-2bLEa3zkMHEMebFe0zg_0y-Xfna0ohhB7hnGz9x8FEMW15_A8jnYJBJQAR52yyY24VhIKuKbqpDvNjOUZtb9KodXdFVBTi6I90thXlS9iU07NYHb5mWgg2lJdXRxFY0-nOvLwXEDDoTd_tJTd_yvJj_GCyTfhIDznCcEIXGkA-FIDiG0zNLRDfU9d6ucYWpJFihmjvl_fRYuGX5IlGuA9hwCcE-aC9aYzaGIVeK0I1UA2gaEGG-SH3Z9Bb2y9QoEXsWpQKkxf9Kf4dlpOX2vTsV9YYT90nJ6ZNDltnvvI5GvDtoC9VMVY_QDeQQH6Mqm2m7-1YmIvVdEl2XUW32aUga6Yesb7NvI7n5QnREWSqU2vLJKHVK3PLHED4qcorQHzjemjb7JWf5mWBHWUhG2dVvSi89UgLFPKUGZJ-tDX-y6CEogzmbbJC-Z_BiZrP6a0mhsyQWuAqWFdiO1qn9X19Ol142RtFGpkpnXikB6h0sBXcsR8sbQT05ooGOCV4fdVXkpQOEl3CvKGT_48t_-gOv1bC-PbYmdR_UCS_jUkkw2OiEQBvtlMXO2R2nBnN54rQZHU8PNrFMTmrg7QUZ6tW9l3eTnuFvMfwjJLk8qP9tnPrBm4d8ZrK9B_J4yNknmrZh3OWsFdpdE8
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 30.06.2021
Biman cancels domestic flights for a week
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/06/30/biman-cancels-domestic-flights-for-a-week?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=d05e95544bbf9f89ded5c4e0ce1035a2e239fdb9-1625126053-0-AYsz82b2wKC4tmk8OjdxgRkDjBaLP-aWDgpVEGGCT2aPvgdZCufulcdZywcxemh_c4w2a4BCF-2bLEa3zkMHEMebFe0zg_0y-Xfna0ohhB7hnGz9x8FEMW15_A8jnYJBJQAR52yyY24VhIKuKbqpDvNjOUZtb9KodXdFVBTi6I90thXlS9iU07NYHb5mWgg2lJdXRxFY0-nOvLwXEDDoTd_tJTd_yvJj_GCyTfhIDznCcEIXGkA-FIDiG0zNLRDfU9d6ucYWpJFihmjvl_fRYuGX5IlGuA9hwCcE-aC9aYzaGIVeK0I1UA2gaEGG-SH3Z9Bb2y9QoEXsWpQKkxf9Kf4dlpOX2vTsV9YYT90nJ6ZNDltnvvI5GvDtoC9VMVY_QDeQQH6Mqm2m7-1YmIvVdEl2XUW32aUga6Yesb7NvI7n5QnREWSqU2vLJKHVK3PLHED4qcorQHzjemjb7JWf5mWBHWUhG2dVvSi89UgLFPKUGZJ-tDX-y6CEogzmbbJC-Z_BiZrP6a0mhsyQWuAqWFdiO1qn9X19Ol142RtFGpkpnXikB6h0sBXcsR8sbQT05ooGOCV4fdVXkpQOEl3CvKGT_48t_-gOv1bC-PbYmdR_UCS_jUkkw2OiEQBvtlMXO2R2nBnN54rQZHU8PNrFMTmrg7QUZ6tW9l3eTnuFvMfwjJLk8qP9tnPrBm4d8ZrK9B_J4yNknmrZh3OWsFdpdE8
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 30.06.2021
Biman cancels domestic flights for a week
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/06/30/biman-cancels-domestic-flights-for-a-week?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=d05e95544bbf9f89ded5c4e0ce1035a2e239fdb9-1625126053-0-AYsz82b2wKC4tmk8OjdxgRkDjBaLP-aWDgpVEGGCT2aPvgdZCufulcdZywcxemh_c4w2a4BCF-2bLEa3zkMHEMebFe0zg_0y-Xfna0ohhB7hnGz9x8FEMW15_A8jnYJBJQAR52yyY24VhIKuKbqpDvNjOUZtb9KodXdFVBTi6I90thXlS9iU07NYHb5mWgg2lJdXRxFY0-nOvLwXEDDoTd_tJTd_yvJj_GCyTfhIDznCcEIXGkA-FIDiG0zNLRDfU9d6ucYWpJFihmjvl_fRYuGX5IlGuA9hwCcE-aC9aYzaGIVeK0I1UA2gaEGG-SH3Z9Bb2y9QoEXsWpQKkxf9Kf4dlpOX2vTsV9YYT90nJ6ZNDltnvvI5GvDtoC9VMVY_QDeQQH6Mqm2m7-1YmIvVdEl2XUW32aUga6Yesb7NvI7n5QnREWSqU2vLJKHVK3PLHED4qcorQHzjemjb7JWf5mWBHWUhG2dVvSi89UgLFPKUGZJ-tDX-y6CEogzmbbJC-Z_BiZrP6a0mhsyQWuAqWFdiO1qn9X19Ol142RtFGpkpnXikB6h0sBXcsR8sbQT05ooGOCV4fdVXkpQOEl3CvKGT_48t_-gOv1bC-PbYmdR_UCS_jUkkw2OiEQBvtlMXO2R2nBnN54rQZHU8PNrFMTmrg7QUZ6tW9l3eTnuFvMfwjJLk8qP9tnPrBm4d8ZrK9B_J4yNknmrZh3OWsFdpdE8
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 30.06.2021
Biman cancels domestic flights for a week
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/06/30/biman-cancels-domestic-flights-for-a-week?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=d05e95544bbf9f89ded5c4e0ce1035a2e239fdb9-1625126053-0-AYsz82b2wKC4tmk8OjdxgRkDjBaLP-aWDgpVEGGCT2aPvgdZCufulcdZywcxemh_c4w2a4BCF-2bLEa3zkMHEMebFe0zg_0y-Xfna0ohhB7hnGz9x8FEMW15_A8jnYJBJQAR52yyY24VhIKuKbqpDvNjOUZtb9KodXdFVBTi6I90thXlS9iU07NYHb5mWgg2lJdXRxFY0-nOvLwXEDDoTd_tJTd_yvJj_GCyTfhIDznCcEIXGkA-FIDiG0zNLRDfU9d6ucYWpJFihmjvl_fRYuGX5IlGuA9hwCcE-aC9aYzaGIVeK0I1UA2gaEGG-SH3Z9Bb2y9QoEXsWpQKkxf9Kf4dlpOX2vTsV9YYT90nJ6ZNDltnvvI5GvDtoC9VMVY_QDeQQH6Mqm2m7-1YmIvVdEl2XUW32aUga6Yesb7NvI7n5QnREWSqU2vLJKHVK3PLHED4qcorQHzjemjb7JWf5mWBHWUhG2dVvSi89UgLFPKUGZJ-tDX-y6CEogzmbbJC-Z_BiZrP6a0mhsyQWuAqWFdiO1qn9X19Ol142RtFGpkpnXikB6h0sBXcsR8sbQT05ooGOCV4fdVXkpQOEl3CvKGT_48t_-gOv1bC-PbYmdR_UCS_jUkkw2OiEQBvtlMXO2R2nBnN54rQZHU8PNrFMTmrg7QUZ6tW9l3eTnuFvMfwjJLk8qP9tnPrBm4d8ZrK9B_J4yNknmrZh3OWsFdpdE8
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 30.06.2021
Biman cancels domestic flights for a week
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/06/30/biman-cancels-domestic-flights-for-a-week?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=d05e95544bbf9f89ded5c4e0ce1035a2e239fdb9-1625126053-0-AYsz82b2wKC4tmk8OjdxgRkDjBaLP-aWDgpVEGGCT2aPvgdZCufulcdZywcxemh_c4w2a4BCF-2bLEa3zkMHEMebFe0zg_0y-Xfna0ohhB7hnGz9x8FEMW15_A8jnYJBJQAR52yyY24VhIKuKbqpDvNjOUZtb9KodXdFVBTi6I90thXlS9iU07NYHb5mWgg2lJdXRxFY0-nOvLwXEDDoTd_tJTd_yvJj_GCyTfhIDznCcEIXGkA-FIDiG0zNLRDfU9d6ucYWpJFihmjvl_fRYuGX5IlGuA9hwCcE-aC9aYzaGIVeK0I1UA2gaEGG-SH3Z9Bb2y9QoEXsWpQKkxf9Kf4dlpOX2vTsV9YYT90nJ6ZNDltnvvI5GvDtoC9VMVY_QDeQQH6Mqm2m7-1YmIvVdEl2XUW32aUga6Yesb7NvI7n5QnREWSqU2vLJKHVK3PLHED4qcorQHzjemjb7JWf5mWBHWUhG2dVvSi89UgLFPKUGZJ-tDX-y6CEogzmbbJC-Z_BiZrP6a0mhsyQWuAqWFdiO1qn9X19Ol142RtFGpkpnXikB6h0sBXcsR8sbQT05ooGOCV4fdVXkpQOEl3CvKGT_48t_-gOv1bC-PbYmdR_UCS_jUkkw2OiEQBvtlMXO2R2nBnN54rQZHU8PNrFMTmrg7QUZ6tW9l3eTnuFvMfwjJLk8qP9tnPrBm4d8ZrK9B_J4yNknmrZh3OWsFdpdE8
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 30.06.2021
Biman cancels domestic flights for a week
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/06/30/biman-cancels-domestic-flights-for-a-week?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=d05e95544bbf9f89ded5c4e0ce1035a2e239fdb9-1625126053-0-AYsz82b2wKC4tmk8OjdxgRkDjBaLP-aWDgpVEGGCT2aPvgdZCufulcdZywcxemh_c4w2a4BCF-2bLEa3zkMHEMebFe0zg_0y-Xfna0ohhB7hnGz9x8FEMW15_A8jnYJBJQAR52yyY24VhIKuKbqpDvNjOUZtb9KodXdFVBTi6I90thXlS9iU07NYHb5mWgg2lJdXRxFY0-nOvLwXEDDoTd_tJTd_yvJj_GCyTfhIDznCcEIXGkA-FIDiG0zNLRDfU9d6ucYWpJFihmjvl_fRYuGX5IlGuA9hwCcE-aC9aYzaGIVeK0I1UA2gaEGG-SH3Z9Bb2y9QoEXsWpQKkxf9Kf4dlpOX2vTsV9YYT90nJ6ZNDltnvvI5GvDtoC9VMVY_QDeQQH6Mqm2m7-1YmIvVdEl2XUW32aUga6Yesb7NvI7n5QnREWSqU2vLJKHVK3PLHED4qcorQHzjemjb7JWf5mWBHWUhG2dVvSi89UgLFPKUGZJ-tDX-y6CEogzmbbJC-Z_BiZrP6a0mhsyQWuAqWFdiO1qn9X19Ol142RtFGpkpnXikB6h0sBXcsR8sbQT05ooGOCV4fdVXkpQOEl3CvKGT_48t_-gOv1bC-PbYmdR_UCS_jUkkw2OiEQBvtlMXO2R2nBnN54rQZHU8PNrFMTmrg7QUZ6tW9l3eTnuFvMfwjJLk8qP9tnPrBm4d8ZrK9B_J4yNknmrZh3OWsFdpdE8
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 30.06.2021
Biman cancels domestic flights for a week
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/06/30/biman-cancels-domestic-flights-for-a-week?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=d05e95544bbf9f89ded5c4e0ce1035a2e239fdb9-1625126053-0-AYsz82b2wKC4tmk8OjdxgRkDjBaLP-aWDgpVEGGCT2aPvgdZCufulcdZywcxemh_c4w2a4BCF-2bLEa3zkMHEMebFe0zg_0y-Xfna0ohhB7hnGz9x8FEMW15_A8jnYJBJQAR52yyY24VhIKuKbqpDvNjOUZtb9KodXdFVBTi6I90thXlS9iU07NYHb5mWgg2lJdXRxFY0-nOvLwXEDDoTd_tJTd_yvJj_GCyTfhIDznCcEIXGkA-FIDiG0zNLRDfU9d6ucYWpJFihmjvl_fRYuGX5IlGuA9hwCcE-aC9aYzaGIVeK0I1UA2gaEGG-SH3Z9Bb2y9QoEXsWpQKkxf9Kf4dlpOX2vTsV9YYT90nJ6ZNDltnvvI5GvDtoC9VMVY_QDeQQH6Mqm2m7-1YmIvVdEl2XUW32aUga6Yesb7NvI7n5QnREWSqU2vLJKHVK3PLHED4qcorQHzjemjb7JWf5mWBHWUhG2dVvSi89UgLFPKUGZJ-tDX-y6CEogzmbbJC-Z_BiZrP6a0mhsyQWuAqWFdiO1qn9X19Ol142RtFGpkpnXikB6h0sBXcsR8sbQT05ooGOCV4fdVXkpQOEl3CvKGT_48t_-gOv1bC-PbYmdR_UCS_jUkkw2OiEQBvtlMXO2R2nBnN54rQZHU8PNrFMTmrg7QUZ6tW9l3eTnuFvMfwjJLk8qP9tnPrBm4d8ZrK9B_J4yNknmrZh3OWsFdpdE8
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 30.06.2021
Biman cancels domestic flights for a week
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/06/30/biman-cancels-domestic-flights-for-a-week?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=d05e95544bbf9f89ded5c4e0ce1035a2e239fdb9-1625126053-0-AYsz82b2wKC4tmk8OjdxgRkDjBaLP-aWDgpVEGGCT2aPvgdZCufulcdZywcxemh_c4w2a4BCF-2bLEa3zkMHEMebFe0zg_0y-Xfna0ohhB7hnGz9x8FEMW15_A8jnYJBJQAR52yyY24VhIKuKbqpDvNjOUZtb9KodXdFVBTi6I90thXlS9iU07NYHb5mWgg2lJdXRxFY0-nOvLwXEDDoTd_tJTd_yvJj_GCyTfhIDznCcEIXGkA-FIDiG0zNLRDfU9d6ucYWpJFihmjvl_fRYuGX5IlGuA9hwCcE-aC9aYzaGIVeK0I1UA2gaEGG-SH3Z9Bb2y9QoEXsWpQKkxf9Kf4dlpOX2vTsV9YYT90nJ6ZNDltnvvI5GvDtoC9VMVY_QDeQQH6Mqm2m7-1YmIvVdEl2XUW32aUga6Yesb7NvI7n5QnREWSqU2vLJKHVK3PLHED4qcorQHzjemjb7JWf5mWBHWUhG2dVvSi89UgLFPKUGZJ-tDX-y6CEogzmbbJC-Z_BiZrP6a0mhsyQWuAqWFdiO1qn9X19Ol142RtFGpkpnXikB6h0sBXcsR8sbQT05ooGOCV4fdVXkpQOEl3CvKGT_48t_-gOv1bC-PbYmdR_UCS_jUkkw2OiEQBvtlMXO2R2nBnN54rQZHU8PNrFMTmrg7QUZ6tW9l3eTnuFvMfwjJLk8qP9tnPrBm4d8ZrK9B_J4yNknmrZh3OWsFdpdE8
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 30.06.2021
Biman cancels domestic flights for a week
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/06/30/biman-cancels-domestic-flights-for-a-week?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=d05e95544bbf9f89ded5c4e0ce1035a2e239fdb9-1625126053-0-AYsz82b2wKC4tmk8OjdxgRkDjBaLP-aWDgpVEGGCT2aPvgdZCufulcdZywcxemh_c4w2a4BCF-2bLEa3zkMHEMebFe0zg_0y-Xfna0ohhB7hnGz9x8FEMW15_A8jnYJBJQAR52yyY24VhIKuKbqpDvNjOUZtb9KodXdFVBTi6I90thXlS9iU07NYHb5mWgg2lJdXRxFY0-nOvLwXEDDoTd_tJTd_yvJj_GCyTfhIDznCcEIXGkA-FIDiG0zNLRDfU9d6ucYWpJFihmjvl_fRYuGX5IlGuA9hwCcE-aC9aYzaGIVeK0I1UA2gaEGG-SH3Z9Bb2y9QoEXsWpQKkxf9Kf4dlpOX2vTsV9YYT90nJ6ZNDltnvvI5GvDtoC9VMVY_QDeQQH6Mqm2m7-1YmIvVdEl2XUW32aUga6Yesb7NvI7n5QnREWSqU2vLJKHVK3PLHED4qcorQHzjemjb7JWf5mWBHWUhG2dVvSi89UgLFPKUGZJ-tDX-y6CEogzmbbJC-Z_BiZrP6a0mhsyQWuAqWFdiO1qn9X19Ol142RtFGpkpnXikB6h0sBXcsR8sbQT05ooGOCV4fdVXkpQOEl3CvKGT_48t_-gOv1bC-PbYmdR_UCS_jUkkw2OiEQBvtlMXO2R2nBnN54rQZHU8PNrFMTmrg7QUZ6tW9l3eTnuFvMfwjJLk8qP9tnPrBm4d8ZrK9B_J4yNknmrZh3OWsFdpdE8
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 30.06.2021
Biman cancels domestic flights for a week
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/06/30/biman-cancels-domestic-flights-for-a-week?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=d05e95544bbf9f89ded5c4e0ce1035a2e239fdb9-1625126053-0-AYsz82b2wKC4tmk8OjdxgRkDjBaLP-aWDgpVEGGCT2aPvgdZCufulcdZywcxemh_c4w2a4BCF-2bLEa3zkMHEMebFe0zg_0y-Xfna0ohhB7hnGz9x8FEMW15_A8jnYJBJQAR52yyY24VhIKuKbqpDvNjOUZtb9KodXdFVBTi6I90thXlS9iU07NYHb5mWgg2lJdXRxFY0-nOvLwXEDDoTd_tJTd_yvJj_GCyTfhIDznCcEIXGkA-FIDiG0zNLRDfU9d6ucYWpJFihmjvl_fRYuGX5IlGuA9hwCcE-aC9aYzaGIVeK0I1UA2gaEGG-SH3Z9Bb2y9QoEXsWpQKkxf9Kf4dlpOX2vTsV9YYT90nJ6ZNDltnvvI5GvDtoC9VMVY_QDeQQH6Mqm2m7-1YmIvVdEl2XUW32aUga6Yesb7NvI7n5QnREWSqU2vLJKHVK3PLHED4qcorQHzjemjb7JWf5mWBHWUhG2dVvSi89UgLFPKUGZJ-tDX-y6CEogzmbbJC-Z_BiZrP6a0mhsyQWuAqWFdiO1qn9X19Ol142RtFGpkpnXikB6h0sBXcsR8sbQT05ooGOCV4fdVXkpQOEl3CvKGT_48t_-gOv1bC-PbYmdR_UCS_jUkkw2OiEQBvtlMXO2R2nBnN54rQZHU8PNrFMTmrg7QUZ6tW9l3eTnuFvMfwjJLk8qP9tnPrBm4d8ZrK9B_J4yNknmrZh3OWsFdpdE8
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 31.05.2021
US-Bangla Airlines, Novoair resume flights between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar from 1 June following COVID-9-related suspensions
Source: https://www.thedailystar.net/travel/news/us-bangla-and-novoair-will-resume-flights-coxs-bazar-tomorrow-2102173
Published on 26.05.2021
Bangladeshi airline to resume flights to Saudi Arabia this week
Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1864641/business-economy
Published on 24.05.2021
Biman Bangladesh unveils recovery plan
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/22/covid-19-biman-unveils-recovery-plan
Published on 23.05.2021
Biman to resume flights to Saudi Arabia from May 29
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/24/biman-to-resume-flights-to-saudi-arabia-from-may-29
Published on 16.05.2021
Biman flights to Medina, Kuwait, Bangkok suspended till May 31
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/16/biman-flights-to-medinah-kuwait-bangkok-suspended-till-may-31
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 31.05.2021
US-Bangla Airlines, Novoair resume flights between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar from 1 June following COVID-9-related suspensions
Source: https://www.thedailystar.net/travel/news/us-bangla-and-novoair-will-resume-flights-coxs-bazar-tomorrow-2102173
Published on 26.05.2021
Bangladeshi airline to resume flights to Saudi Arabia this week
Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1864641/business-economy
Published on 24.05.2021
Biman Bangladesh unveils recovery plan
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/22/covid-19-biman-unveils-recovery-plan
Published on 23.05.2021
Biman to resume flights to Saudi Arabia from May 29
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/24/biman-to-resume-flights-to-saudi-arabia-from-may-29
Published on 16.05.2021
Biman flights to Medina, Kuwait, Bangkok suspended till May 31
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/16/biman-flights-to-medinah-kuwait-bangkok-suspended-till-may-31
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 31.05.2021
US-Bangla Airlines, Novoair resume flights between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar from 1 June following COVID-9-related suspensions
Source: https://www.thedailystar.net/travel/news/us-bangla-and-novoair-will-resume-flights-coxs-bazar-tomorrow-2102173
Published on 26.05.2021
Bangladeshi airline to resume flights to Saudi Arabia this week
Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1864641/business-economy
Published on 24.05.2021
Biman Bangladesh unveils recovery plan
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/22/covid-19-biman-unveils-recovery-plan
Published on 23.05.2021
Biman to resume flights to Saudi Arabia from May 29
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/24/biman-to-resume-flights-to-saudi-arabia-from-may-29
Published on 16.05.2021
Biman flights to Medina, Kuwait, Bangkok suspended till May 31
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/16/biman-flights-to-medinah-kuwait-bangkok-suspended-till-may-31
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 31.05.2021
US-Bangla Airlines, Novoair resume flights between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar from 1 June following COVID-9-related suspensions
Source: https://www.thedailystar.net/travel/news/us-bangla-and-novoair-will-resume-flights-coxs-bazar-tomorrow-2102173
Published on 26.05.2021
Bangladeshi airline to resume flights to Saudi Arabia this week
Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1864641/business-economy
Published on 24.05.2021
Biman Bangladesh unveils recovery plan
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/22/covid-19-biman-unveils-recovery-plan
Published on 23.05.2021
Biman to resume flights to Saudi Arabia from May 29
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/24/biman-to-resume-flights-to-saudi-arabia-from-may-29
Published on 16.05.2021
Biman flights to Medina, Kuwait, Bangkok suspended till May 31
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/16/biman-flights-to-medinah-kuwait-bangkok-suspended-till-may-31
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 31.05.2021
US-Bangla Airlines, Novoair resume flights between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar from 1 June following COVID-9-related suspensions
Source: https://www.thedailystar.net/travel/news/us-bangla-and-novoair-will-resume-flights-coxs-bazar-tomorrow-2102173
Published on 26.05.2021
Bangladeshi airline to resume flights to Saudi Arabia this week
Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1864641/business-economy
Published on 24.05.2021
Biman Bangladesh unveils recovery plan
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/22/covid-19-biman-unveils-recovery-plan
Published on 23.05.2021
Biman to resume flights to Saudi Arabia from May 29
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/24/biman-to-resume-flights-to-saudi-arabia-from-may-29
Published on 16.05.2021
Biman flights to Medina, Kuwait, Bangkok suspended till May 31
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/16/biman-flights-to-medinah-kuwait-bangkok-suspended-till-may-31
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 31.05.2021
US-Bangla Airlines, Novoair resume flights between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar from 1 June following COVID-9-related suspensions
Source: https://www.thedailystar.net/travel/news/us-bangla-and-novoair-will-resume-flights-coxs-bazar-tomorrow-2102173
Published on 26.05.2021
Bangladeshi airline to resume flights to Saudi Arabia this week
Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1864641/business-economy
Published on 24.05.2021
Biman Bangladesh unveils recovery plan
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/22/covid-19-biman-unveils-recovery-plan
Published on 23.05.2021
Biman to resume flights to Saudi Arabia from May 29
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/24/biman-to-resume-flights-to-saudi-arabia-from-may-29
Published on 16.05.2021
Biman flights to Medina, Kuwait, Bangkok suspended till May 31
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/16/biman-flights-to-medinah-kuwait-bangkok-suspended-till-may-31
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 31.05.2021
US-Bangla Airlines, Novoair resume flights between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar from 1 June following COVID-9-related suspensions
Source: https://www.thedailystar.net/travel/news/us-bangla-and-novoair-will-resume-flights-coxs-bazar-tomorrow-2102173
Published on 26.05.2021
Bangladeshi airline to resume flights to Saudi Arabia this week
Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1864641/business-economy
Published on 24.05.2021
Biman Bangladesh unveils recovery plan
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/22/covid-19-biman-unveils-recovery-plan
Published on 23.05.2021
Biman to resume flights to Saudi Arabia from May 29
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/24/biman-to-resume-flights-to-saudi-arabia-from-may-29
Published on 16.05.2021
Biman flights to Medina, Kuwait, Bangkok suspended till May 31
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/16/biman-flights-to-medinah-kuwait-bangkok-suspended-till-may-31
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 31.05.2021
US-Bangla Airlines, Novoair resume flights between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar from 1 June following COVID-9-related suspensions
Source: https://www.thedailystar.net/travel/news/us-bangla-and-novoair-will-resume-flights-coxs-bazar-tomorrow-2102173
Published on 26.05.2021
Bangladeshi airline to resume flights to Saudi Arabia this week
Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1864641/business-economy
Published on 24.05.2021
Biman Bangladesh unveils recovery plan
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/22/covid-19-biman-unveils-recovery-plan
Published on 23.05.2021
Biman to resume flights to Saudi Arabia from May 29
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/24/biman-to-resume-flights-to-saudi-arabia-from-may-29
Published on 16.05.2021
Biman flights to Medina, Kuwait, Bangkok suspended till May 31
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/16/biman-flights-to-medinah-kuwait-bangkok-suspended-till-may-31
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 31.05.2021
US-Bangla Airlines, Novoair resume flights between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar from 1 June following COVID-9-related suspensions
Source: https://www.thedailystar.net/travel/news/us-bangla-and-novoair-will-resume-flights-coxs-bazar-tomorrow-2102173
Published on 26.05.2021
Bangladeshi airline to resume flights to Saudi Arabia this week
Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1864641/business-economy
Published on 24.05.2021
Biman Bangladesh unveils recovery plan
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/22/covid-19-biman-unveils-recovery-plan
Published on 23.05.2021
Biman to resume flights to Saudi Arabia from May 29
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/24/biman-to-resume-flights-to-saudi-arabia-from-may-29
Published on 16.05.2021
Biman flights to Medina, Kuwait, Bangkok suspended till May 31
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/16/biman-flights-to-medinah-kuwait-bangkok-suspended-till-may-31
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 31.05.2021
US-Bangla Airlines, Novoair resume flights between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar from 1 June following COVID-9-related suspensions
Source: https://www.thedailystar.net/travel/news/us-bangla-and-novoair-will-resume-flights-coxs-bazar-tomorrow-2102173
Published on 26.05.2021
Bangladeshi airline to resume flights to Saudi Arabia this week
Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1864641/business-economy
Published on 24.05.2021
Biman Bangladesh unveils recovery plan
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/22/covid-19-biman-unveils-recovery-plan
Published on 23.05.2021
Biman to resume flights to Saudi Arabia from May 29
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/24/biman-to-resume-flights-to-saudi-arabia-from-may-29
Published on 16.05.2021
Biman flights to Medina, Kuwait, Bangkok suspended till May 31
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/16/biman-flights-to-medinah-kuwait-bangkok-suspended-till-may-31
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 31.05.2021
US-Bangla Airlines, Novoair resume flights between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar from 1 June following COVID-9-related suspensions
Source: https://www.thedailystar.net/travel/news/us-bangla-and-novoair-will-resume-flights-coxs-bazar-tomorrow-2102173
Published on 26.05.2021
Bangladeshi airline to resume flights to Saudi Arabia this week
Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1864641/business-economy
Published on 24.05.2021
Biman Bangladesh unveils recovery plan
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/22/covid-19-biman-unveils-recovery-plan
Published on 23.05.2021
Biman to resume flights to Saudi Arabia from May 29
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/24/biman-to-resume-flights-to-saudi-arabia-from-may-29
Published on 16.05.2021
Biman flights to Medina, Kuwait, Bangkok suspended till May 31
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/16/biman-flights-to-medinah-kuwait-bangkok-suspended-till-may-31
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 31.05.2021
US-Bangla Airlines, Novoair resume flights between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar from 1 June following COVID-9-related suspensions
Source: https://www.thedailystar.net/travel/news/us-bangla-and-novoair-will-resume-flights-coxs-bazar-tomorrow-2102173
Published on 26.05.2021
Bangladeshi airline to resume flights to Saudi Arabia this week
Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1864641/business-economy
Published on 24.05.2021
Biman Bangladesh unveils recovery plan
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/22/covid-19-biman-unveils-recovery-plan
Published on 23.05.2021
Biman to resume flights to Saudi Arabia from May 29
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/24/biman-to-resume-flights-to-saudi-arabia-from-may-29
Published on 16.05.2021
Biman flights to Medina, Kuwait, Bangkok suspended till May 31
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/16/biman-flights-to-medinah-kuwait-bangkok-suspended-till-may-31
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 31.05.2021
US-Bangla Airlines, Novoair resume flights between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar from 1 June following COVID-9-related suspensions
Source: https://www.thedailystar.net/travel/news/us-bangla-and-novoair-will-resume-flights-coxs-bazar-tomorrow-2102173
Published on 26.05.2021
Bangladeshi airline to resume flights to Saudi Arabia this week
Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1864641/business-economy
Published on 24.05.2021
Biman Bangladesh unveils recovery plan
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/22/covid-19-biman-unveils-recovery-plan
Published on 23.05.2021
Biman to resume flights to Saudi Arabia from May 29
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/24/biman-to-resume-flights-to-saudi-arabia-from-may-29
Published on 16.05.2021
Biman flights to Medina, Kuwait, Bangkok suspended till May 31
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/16/biman-flights-to-medinah-kuwait-bangkok-suspended-till-may-31
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 31.05.2021
US-Bangla Airlines, Novoair resume flights between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar from 1 June following COVID-9-related suspensions
Source: https://www.thedailystar.net/travel/news/us-bangla-and-novoair-will-resume-flights-coxs-bazar-tomorrow-2102173
Published on 26.05.2021
Bangladeshi airline to resume flights to Saudi Arabia this week
Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1864641/business-economy
Published on 24.05.2021
Biman Bangladesh unveils recovery plan
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/22/covid-19-biman-unveils-recovery-plan
Published on 23.05.2021
Biman to resume flights to Saudi Arabia from May 29
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/24/biman-to-resume-flights-to-saudi-arabia-from-may-29
Published on 16.05.2021
Biman flights to Medina, Kuwait, Bangkok suspended till May 31
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/16/biman-flights-to-medinah-kuwait-bangkok-suspended-till-may-31
Published on 14.06.2021
Bangladesh prepares to meet FAA terms to resume flight services to USA
Source: http://www.newagebd.net/article/140583/bangladesh-prepares-to-meet-faa-terms-to-resume-flight-services-to-usa
Published on 31.05.2021
US-Bangla Airlines, Novoair resume flights between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar from 1 June following COVID-9-related suspensions
Source: https://www.thedailystar.net/travel/news/us-bangla-and-novoair-will-resume-flights-coxs-bazar-tomorrow-2102173
Published on 26.05.2021
Bangladeshi airline to resume flights to Saudi Arabia this week
Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1864641/business-economy
Published on 24.05.2021
Biman Bangladesh unveils recovery plan
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/22/covid-19-biman-unveils-recovery-plan
Published on 23.05.2021
Biman to resume flights to Saudi Arabia from May 29
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/24/biman-to-resume-flights-to-saudi-arabia-from-may-29
Published on 16.05.2021
Biman flights to Medina, Kuwait, Bangkok suspended till May 31
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/16/biman-flights-to-medinah-kuwait-bangkok-suspended-till-may-31
Published on 31.05.2021
US-Bangla Airlines, Novoair resume flights between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar from 1 June following COVID-9-related suspensions
Source: https://www.thedailystar.net/travel/news/us-bangla-and-novoair-will-resume-flights-coxs-bazar-tomorrow-2102173
Published on 26.05.2021
Bangladeshi airline to resume flights to Saudi Arabia this week
Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1864641/business-economy
Published on 24.05.2021
Biman Bangladesh unveils recovery plan
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/22/covid-19-biman-unveils-recovery-plan
Published on 23.05.2021
Biman to resume flights to Saudi Arabia from May 29
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/24/biman-to-resume-flights-to-saudi-arabia-from-may-29
Published on 16.05.2021
Biman flights to Medina, Kuwait, Bangkok suspended till May 31
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/16/biman-flights-to-medinah-kuwait-bangkok-suspended-till-may-31
Published on 31.05.2021
US-Bangla Airlines, Novoair resume flights between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar from 1 June following COVID-9-related suspensions
Source: https://www.thedailystar.net/travel/news/us-bangla-and-novoair-will-resume-flights-coxs-bazar-tomorrow-2102173
Published on 26.05.2021
Bangladeshi airline to resume flights to Saudi Arabia this week
Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1864641/business-economy
Published on 24.05.2021
Biman Bangladesh unveils recovery plan
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/22/covid-19-biman-unveils-recovery-plan
Published on 23.05.2021
Biman to resume flights to Saudi Arabia from May 29
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/24/biman-to-resume-flights-to-saudi-arabia-from-may-29
Published on 16.05.2021
Biman flights to Medina, Kuwait, Bangkok suspended till May 31
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/16/biman-flights-to-medinah-kuwait-bangkok-suspended-till-may-31
Published on 31.05.2021
US-Bangla Airlines, Novoair resume flights between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar from 1 June following COVID-9-related suspensions
Source: https://www.thedailystar.net/travel/news/us-bangla-and-novoair-will-resume-flights-coxs-bazar-tomorrow-2102173
Published on 26.05.2021
Bangladeshi airline to resume flights to Saudi Arabia this week
Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1864641/business-economy
Published on 24.05.2021
Biman Bangladesh unveils recovery plan
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/22/covid-19-biman-unveils-recovery-plan
Published on 23.05.2021
Biman to resume flights to Saudi Arabia from May 29
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/24/biman-to-resume-flights-to-saudi-arabia-from-may-29
Published on 16.05.2021
Biman flights to Medina, Kuwait, Bangkok suspended till May 31
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/16/biman-flights-to-medinah-kuwait-bangkok-suspended-till-may-31
Published on 31.05.2021
US-Bangla Airlines, Novoair resume flights between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar from 1 June following COVID-9-related suspensions
Source: https://www.thedailystar.net/travel/news/us-bangla-and-novoair-will-resume-flights-coxs-bazar-tomorrow-2102173
Published on 26.05.2021
Bangladeshi airline to resume flights to Saudi Arabia this week
Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1864641/business-economy
Published on 24.05.2021
Biman Bangladesh unveils recovery plan
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/22/covid-19-biman-unveils-recovery-plan
Published on 23.05.2021
Biman to resume flights to Saudi Arabia from May 29
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/24/biman-to-resume-flights-to-saudi-arabia-from-may-29
Published on 16.05.2021
Biman flights to Medina, Kuwait, Bangkok suspended till May 31
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/16/biman-flights-to-medinah-kuwait-bangkok-suspended-till-may-31
Published on 31.05.2021
US-Bangla Airlines, Novoair resume flights between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar from 1 June following COVID-9-related suspensions
Source: https://www.thedailystar.net/travel/news/us-bangla-and-novoair-will-resume-flights-coxs-bazar-tomorrow-2102173
Published on 26.05.2021
Bangladeshi airline to resume flights to Saudi Arabia this week
Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1864641/business-economy
Published on 24.05.2021
Biman Bangladesh unveils recovery plan
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/22/covid-19-biman-unveils-recovery-plan
Published on 23.05.2021
Biman to resume flights to Saudi Arabia from May 29
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/24/biman-to-resume-flights-to-saudi-arabia-from-may-29
Published on 16.05.2021
Biman flights to Medina, Kuwait, Bangkok suspended till May 31
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/16/biman-flights-to-medinah-kuwait-bangkok-suspended-till-may-31
Published on 31.05.2021
US-Bangla Airlines, Novoair resume flights between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar from 1 June following COVID-9-related suspensions
Source: https://www.thedailystar.net/travel/news/us-bangla-and-novoair-will-resume-flights-coxs-bazar-tomorrow-2102173
Published on 26.05.2021
Bangladeshi airline to resume flights to Saudi Arabia this week
Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1864641/business-economy
Published on 24.05.2021
Biman Bangladesh unveils recovery plan
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/22/covid-19-biman-unveils-recovery-plan
Published on 23.05.2021
Biman to resume flights to Saudi Arabia from May 29
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/24/biman-to-resume-flights-to-saudi-arabia-from-may-29
Published on 16.05.2021
Biman flights to Medina, Kuwait, Bangkok suspended till May 31
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/16/biman-flights-to-medinah-kuwait-bangkok-suspended-till-may-31
Published on 31.05.2021
US-Bangla Airlines, Novoair resume flights between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar from 1 June following COVID-9-related suspensions
Source: https://www.thedailystar.net/travel/news/us-bangla-and-novoair-will-resume-flights-coxs-bazar-tomorrow-2102173
Published on 26.05.2021
Bangladeshi airline to resume flights to Saudi Arabia this week
Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1864641/business-economy
Published on 24.05.2021
Biman Bangladesh unveils recovery plan
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/22/covid-19-biman-unveils-recovery-plan
Published on 23.05.2021
Biman to resume flights to Saudi Arabia from May 29
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/24/biman-to-resume-flights-to-saudi-arabia-from-may-29
Published on 16.05.2021
Biman flights to Medina, Kuwait, Bangkok suspended till May 31
Source: https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2021/05/16/biman-flights-to-medinah-kuwait-bangkok-suspended-till-may-31

Published on 02.11.2020
Biman Bangladesh Airlines cancels flights to Manchester, Medina, Bangkok, Kathmandu and Kuwait until 30 November
Biman cancels flights on five international routes till November 30

Published on 26.10.2020
Biman Bangladesh Airlines will resume passenger flights to India from 29 October

Published on 27.09.2020
US-Bangla decides to resume Muscat flights from Oct 1

Published on 25.09.2020
Biman Bangladesh Airlines W20 UK operations as of 24SEP20
Biman to resume flights on Dhaka-Singapore route from Oct 1

10.09.2020 Bangladeshi-carrier US-Bangla Airlines during the month of September 2020 schedules following International routes, including service increase to Malaysia. Planned operation with Boeing 737-800 aircraft as follows.

Dhaka – Doha 3 weekly
Dhaka – Guangzhou 1 weekly
Dhaka – Kuala Lumpur 3 weekly (Increase from 2 weekly)

Published on 03.09.2020
Biman Bangladesh Airlines will resume flights to Doha

Published on 26.08.2020
Biman suspends international flights till Sept 15

Published on 19.08.2020
Biman cuts flights to Abu Dhabi after UAE denies Bangladeshis entry

Published on 14.08.2020
Biman Bangladesh Airlines resumes Malaysia service from mid-August 2020

Published on 11.08.2020
Biman Bangladesh Airlines to resume flights to Kuala Lumpur, Guangzhou from next week

Published on 31.07.2020
Biman Bangladesh Airlines increases Dubai service in August 2020

Published on 28.07.2020
Biman Bangladesh Airlines resumes Kuwait service from August 2020

Published on 22.07.2020
Biman Bangladesh Airlines to resume domestic flights from 25 July

Published on 16.07.2020
Biman Bangladesh resumes UAE service in mid-July 2020

Published on 11.07.2020
Bangladesh: NOVOAIR to start flights from Dhaka to Barishal on 12 July

Published on 07.07.2020
Biman Bangladesh Airlines July 2020 International service as of 03JUL20

Published on 06.07.2020
Biman Bangladesh Airlines suspends all international flights, except for service to London, until 30 July

Published on 01.07.2020
Biman to operate commercial flights from July 6

Published on 18.06.2020
Biman Bangladesh Airlines resumes regular London service from late-June 2020
Novoair June 2020 operations
US-Bangla Airlines June 2020 operations

Published on 10.06.2020

Biman continues flight cancellations due to passenger shortage

 

Published on 07.06.2020

Biman cancels all flights till Monday due to lack of passengers

 

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Full Restrictions
Open for travel from Bangladesh
Crossing Rules

Entry restrictions
Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result. The test must have been taken at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point.
– This does not apply to passengers younger than 10 years.

Special requirements for all international flights
Flights to Bangladesh are suspended.
– This does not apply to flights arriving from Bahrain, China (People’s Rep.), Kuwait, Malaysia, Maldives, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Turkey, United Arab Emirates or United Kingdom.
– This does not apply to humanitarian and repatriation flights.

Forced isolation
Passengers are subject to medical screening and quarantine.

Forced isolation for passengers who arrive from or have been in United Kingdom
Passengers arriving from the United Kingdom are subject to quarantine for at least 14 days.

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Flight Restrictions

published 09.11.2020

Entry restrictions
Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) RT-PCR test result issued at most 72 hours before arrival.
– This does not apply to family members of passengers with a diplomatic or an official passport.
– This does not apply to family members of passengers with a Laissez-Passer.
– This does not apply to passengers younger than 10 years.

All international flights are suspended
Flights to Bangladesh are suspended.
– This does not apply to flights arriving from China (People’s Rep.), Malaysia, Maldives, Qatar, Sri Lanka, Turkey, United Arab Emirates or United Kingdom.
– This does not apply to humanitarian and repatriation flights.

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Quarantine

Self-isolation at own accommodation or government facility.
Bangladesh operates a number of quarantine regimes depending on passengers’ circumstances:
– Passengers arriving from the UK are required to complete a 14-day period of quarantine. Those that have completed a COVID-19 vaccination course can complete quarantine at home. Those who are not vaccinated will be required to quarantine at a government nominated hotel. This regime also applies to those arriving from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Georgia, Kuwait, Malaysia, Maldives, Oman, UAE and Uruguay. As appropriate, passengers must travel with confirmation of their vaccination status or with confirmation of their approved quarantine hotel booking.
– Passengers whose journey originates from, or who have visited within the previous 15 days, Botswana, India, Mongolia, Namibia, Nepal, Panama, South Africa and Tunisia are not permitted to travel to or enter Bangladesh. Airport transit via these countries is allowed.
– Passengers arriving from all other countries, i.e. those not mentioned above, can complete their 14 day period of quarantine at home.
– In all circumstances, anyone displaying COVID-19 symptoms on arrival will be transferred to a designated government hospital where their quarantine period will be assessed and determined.

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Insurance
Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals aged 10 years and over need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative.

Vaccination
COVID-19 Total Vaccination date: 2021-07-22
COVID-19 Total Vaccination: 10320579
COVID-19 Daily Vaccination: 30180
COVID-19 Vacc. (per 100 citizens, %): 6.27
COVID-19 Daily Vacc. (per 1 million citizens): 183

Yellow fever (2019)
Country requirement at entry: a yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for travellers aged 1 year
or over arriving from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission and for travellers having transited
through an airport of a country with risk of yellow fever transmission.
WHO vaccination recommendation: no

Malaria (2019)
Malaria risk exists throughout the year with a peak from May through October, but transmission occurs only
in 13 of 64 districts in both rural and urban areas. Risk is high in Chittagong Hill Tract districts (Bandarban,
Rangamati and Khagrachari), Chattogram District, and Cox’s Bazaar District. Low risk exists in the districts
of Hobigonj, Kurigram, Moulvibazar, Mymensingh, Netrakona, Sherpur, Sunamgonj and Sylhet. Most parts
of the country, including Dhaka City, have no risk of malaria.
WHO recommended prevention in risk areas: C

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Full Restrictions

  • Bangladesh Latest News: Government allows resumption of flight operations to all domestic destinations for eight days from 15JUL21 (New Age BD, 13.07.2021). Public transport will resume on limited scale as COVID-19 restrictions relaxed from 15-22 July (Dhaka Tribune, 12.07.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bangladesh: Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, including the UK, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport.
    *Medical certificate: On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals aged 10 years and over need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative. You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Quarantine requirements: Bangladesh operates a number of quarantine regimes depending on passengers’ circumstances:
    • Passengers arriving from the UK are required to complete a 14-day period of quarantine. Those that have completed a COVID-19 vaccination course can complete quarantine at home. Those who are not vaccinated will be required to quarantine at a government nominated hotel. This regime also applies to those arriving from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Georgia, Kuwait, Malaysia, Maldives, Oman, UAE and Uruguay. As appropriate, passengers must travel with confirmation of their vaccination status or with confirmation of their approved quarantine hotel booking.
    • Passengers whose journey originates from, or who have visited within the previous 15 days, Botswana, India, Mongolia, Namibia, Nepal, Panama, South Africa and Tunisia are not permitted to travel to or enter Bangladesh. Airport transit via these countries is allowed.
    • Passengers arriving from all other countries, i.e. those not mentioned above, can complete their 14 day period of quarantine at home.
    • In all circumstances, anyone displaying COVID-19 symptoms on arrival will be transferred to a designated government hospital where their quarantine period will be assessed and determined.
    The Bangladesh authorities will retain passports of any passengers in quarantine and will return them at the end of the quarantine period. In all circumstances, people staying in a government approved hotel, government facility or hospital will need to cover the costs of those stays. You may be tested for COVID-19 during these stays.
    Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be transferred to a government facility where their quarantine period will be assessed and determined.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Bangladesh: As part of COVID-19 measures, the Government of Bangladesh has introduced restrictions on movements. Public transport is operating with restrictions, some services are limiting passenger numbers.
    Check local guidance and media reports for detail of the latest travel restrictions. Further restrictions may come into force at short notice.
    You should check with airlines to confirm what domestic flight options are available. Restrictions may come into force at short notice.
    Face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    *Curfew: Despite the easing of some COVID-19 restrictions, the government still requires people to stay at home unless there is an urgent need. You should follow all public health regulations.
    *Businesses and services: Banking services are also likely to be affected. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lock down buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.
    Accommodation: Hotels and guesthouses are also affected by the lockdown measures, and may be closed completely. Check with your travel or accommodation provider.

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    14.07.2021
  • Bangladesh Latest News: Government extends hard COVID-19 lockdown until 14 July (Xinhua, 05.07.2021). International flights will continue, domestic flights suspended from 1-7 July amid hard COVID-19 lockdown (Dhaka tribune, 30.06.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bangladesh: Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, including the UK, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport.
    *Medical certificate: On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals aged 10 years and over need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative. You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Quarantine requirements: Bangladesh operates a number of quarantine regimes depending on passengers’ circumstances:
    • Passengers arriving from the UK are required to complete a 14-day period of quarantine. Those that have completed a COVID-19 vaccination course can complete quarantine at home. Those who are not vaccinated will be required to quarantine at a government nominated hotel. This regime also applies to those arriving from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Georgia, Kuwait, Malaysia, Maldives, Oman, UAE and Uruguay. As appropriate, passengers must travel with confirmation of their vaccination status or with confirmation of their approved quarantine hotel booking.
    • Passengers whose journey originates from, or who have visited within the previous 15 days, Botswana, India, Mongolia, Namibia, Nepal, Panama, South Africa and Tunisia are not permitted to travel to or enter Bangladesh. Airport transit via these countries is allowed.
    • Passengers arriving from all other countries, i.e. those not mentioned above, can complete their 14 day period of quarantine at home.
    • In all circumstances, anyone displaying COVID-19 symptoms on arrival will be transferred to a designated government hospital where their quarantine period will be assessed and determined.
    The Bangladesh authorities will retain passports of any passengers in quarantine and will return them at the end of the quarantine period. In all circumstances, people staying in a government approved hotel, government facility or hospital will need to cover the costs of those stays. You may be tested for COVID-19 during these stays.
    Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be transferred to a government facility where their quarantine period will be assessed and determined.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Bangladesh: As part of COVID-19 measures, the Government of Bangladesh has introduced restrictions on movements and ordered the closure of non-essential shops and services. All forms of public transport are suspended.
    Check local guidance and media reports for detail of the latest travel restrictions. Further restrictions may come into force at short notice.
    Domestic air travel is suspended. You should check with airlines to confirm what flight options are available.
    Face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    *Curfew: The Government is requiring people to stay at home. People should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. Anyone not complying with these requests risks legal action.
    *Businesses and services: Banking services are also likely to be affected. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. All shopping malls, markets, shops (except those dealing in essentials) are closed. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.
    *Accommodation: Hotels and guesthouses are also affected by the lockdown measures, and may be closed completely Check with your travel or accommodation provider.

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    06.07.2021
  • Bangladesh Latest News: Government extends hard COVID-19 lockdown until 14 July (Xinhua, 05.07.2021). International flights will continue, domestic flights suspended from 1-7 July amid hard COVID-19 lockdown (Dhaka tribune, 30.06.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bangladesh: Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, including the UK, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport.
    *Medical certificate: On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals aged 10 years and over need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative. You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Quarantine requirements: Bangladesh operates a number of quarantine regimes depending on where passengers are travelling from:
    • Passengers arriving from the UK, together with other countries not listed below, are required to complete a 14 day period of quarantine. In most cases this will be home quarantine; however, health officials at the point of entry may determine that a government facility, or approved hotel, must be used instead
    • Passengers whose journey originates from, or who have visited within the previous 15 days, Argentina, Bahrain, Bolivia, Brazil, India, Malaysia, the Maldives, Nepal, Paraguay, Trinidad and Tobago and Uruguay are not permitted to travel to or enter Bangladesh. Airport transit via these countries is allowed.
    • Passengers arriving from Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark and Greece are required to complete the 14 day period of quarantine at a government approved hotel, and must travel with confirmation of these arrangements.
    • Passengers arriving from Kuwait and Oman are required to complete a 3 day period of quarantine at a government approved hotel, and must travel with confirmation of these arrangements, where they will be tested for COVID-19. Those testing negative for COVID-19 will be allowed to complete the remainder of a 14 day quarantine period through home quarantine. Those testing positive will be transferred to a designated government hospital where their remaining quarantine period will be assessed and determined.
    The Bangladesh authorities will retain passports of any passengers in quarantine and will return them at the end of the quarantine period. In all circumstances, people staying in a government approved hotel, government facility or hospital will need to cover the costs of those stays. You may be tested for COVID-19 during these stays.
    Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be transferred to a government facility where their quarantine period will be assessed and determined.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Bangladesh: As part of COVID-19 measures, the Government of Bangladesh has introduced restrictions on movements and ordered the closure of non-essential shops and services. All forms of public transport are suspended.
    Check local guidance and media reports for detail of the latest travel restrictions. Further restrictions may come into force at short notice.
    Domestic air travel is suspended: You should check with airlines to confirm what flight options are available.
    Face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your houhold is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    *Curfew: The Government is requiring people to stay at home. People should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. Anyone not complying with these requests risks legal action.
    *Businesses and services: Banking services are also likely to be affected. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. All shopping malls, markets, shops (except those dealing in essentials) are closed. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.
    *Accommodation: Hotels and guesthouses are also affected by the lockdown measures, and may be closed completely Check with your travel or accommodation provider.

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    30.06.2021
  • Bangladesh Latest News: International flights will continue, domestic flights suspended from 1-7 July amid hard COVID-19 lockdown (Dhaka tribune, 30.06.2021). Public transport will be suspended from 28 June because of COVID-19; strict nationwide lockdown deferred until 1 July (Xinhua, 27.06.2021). Government extends countrywide COVID-19 restrictions on public and transport movement until 15 July (Xinhua, 16.06.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bangladesh: Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, including the UK, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport.
    *Medical certificate: On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals aged 10 years and over need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative. You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Quarantine requirements: Bangladesh operates a number of quarantine regimes depending on where passengers are travelling from:
    • Passengers arriving from the UK, together with other countries not listed below, are required to complete a 14 day period of quarantine. In most cases this will be home quarantine; however, health officials at the point of entry may determine that a government facility, or approved hotel, must be used instead
    • Passengers whose journey originates from, or who have visited within the previous 15 days, Argentina, Bahrain, Bolivia, Brazil, India, Malaysia, the Maldives, Nepal, Paraguay, Trinidad and Tobago and Uruguay are not permitted to travel to or enter Bangladesh. Airport transit via these countries is allowed.
    • Passengers arriving from Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark and Greece are required to complete the 14 day period of quarantine at a government approved hotel, and must travel with confirmation of these arrangements.
    • Passengers arriving from Kuwait and Oman are required to complete a 3 day period of quarantine at a government approved hotel, and must travel with confirmation of these arrangements, where they will be tested for COVID-19. Those testing negative for COVID-19 will be allowed to complete the remainder of a 14 day quarantine period through home quarantine. Those testing positive will be transferred to a designated government hospital where their remaining quarantine period will be assessed and determined.
    The Bangladesh authorities will retain passports of any passengers in quarantine and will return them at the end of the quarantine period. In all circumstances, people staying in a government approved hotel, government facility or hospital will need to cover the costs of those stays. You may be tested for COVID-19 during these stays.
    Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be transferred to a government facility where their quarantine period will be assessed and determined.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Bangladesh: As part of COVID-19 measures, the Government of Bangladesh has introduced restrictions on movements. All forms of public transport are suspended.
    Check local guidance and media reports for detail of the latest travel restrictions. Restrictions may come into force at short notice.
    Domestic air travel is operating a limited service. You should check with airlines to confirm what flight options are available.
    Face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    *Curfew: The Government is requiring people to stay at home. People should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. Anyone not complying with these requests risks legal action.
    *Businesses and services: Banking services are also likely to be affected. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and guesthouses will also be affected. In areas with high infection rates hotels and guesthouses may close completely. Check with your travel or accommodation provider.

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    28.06.2021
  • Bangladesh Latest News: Bangladesh Civil Aviation Authority suspends flights from Nepal from 10 May until further notice (Dhaka Tribune, 09.05.2021). Countrywide lockdown extended through 16 May (OSAC, 05.05.2021). Civil aviation authority allows international flights to resume with rules for some countries vulnerable to COVID-19 (NNB, 01.05.2021). Bangladesh authorities impose ban on entry of travelers from India via land ports; air travel also suspended (Xinhua, 26.04.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bangladesh: Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport.
    In addition to the COVID-19 test requirements for entry, the government also require passengers to carry a negative test certificate for COVID-19, issued by a government authorised facility, on departure from Bangladesh. Airlines may have slightly different requirements and you should confirm that your test also meets the specific requirements of your airline in advance of your departure. If your journey to or from Bangladesh includes a transit stop you may need to meet separate COVID-19 certificate requirements for that country.
    *Medical certificate: On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative.
    *Quarantine requirements: Bangladesh operates a number of quarantine regimes depending on where passengers are travelling from:
    – Passengers from, or who have visited within the previous 15 days, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Georgia, India, Iran, Mongolia, Oman, South Africa and Tunisia are NOT permitted to travel to or enter Bangladesh.
    – Passengers arriving from many other countries, including the UK, are required to complete a 14 day period of quarantine. In most cases this will be home quarantine; however, health officials at the point of entry may determine that a government facility, or approved hotel, must be used instead.
    – Passengers arriving from Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Chile, Croatia, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iraq, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Paraguay, Peru, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and Uruguay are required to complete the 14 day period of quarantine at a government approved hotel, and must travel with confirmation of these arrangements.
    – Passengers arriving from Bahrain, Kuwait and Qatar are required to complete a 3 day period of quarantine at a government approved hotel, and must travel with confirmation of these arrangements, where they will be tested for COVID-19. Those testing negative for COVID-19 will be allowed to complete the remainder of a 14 day quarantine period through home quarantine. Those testing positive will be transferred to a designated government hospital where their remaining quarantine period will be assessed and determined
    The Bangladesh authorities will retain passports of any passengers in quarantine and will return them at the end of the quarantine period. In all circumstances, people staying in a government approved hotel, government facility or hospital will need to cover the costs of those stays. You may be tested for COVID-19 during these stays.
    Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be transferred to a government facility where their quarantine period will be assessed and determined.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Bangladesh: As part of COVID-19 measures, the Government of Bangladesh has introduced restrictions on movements. While some bus services have resumed in urban areas, all forms of inter-district public transport including road, rail and waterways, remain suspended. Domestic air travel is operating a limited service. Further restrictions may come into force at short notice. Face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    *Curfew: The Government is requiring people to stay at home. People should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. Anyone not complying with these requests risks legal action.
    *Businesses and services: Shops, including shopping malls, are operating reduced hours. Banking services are also likely to be affected. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and guesthouses are open, but services and guest capacity are limited. In areas with high infection rates hotels and guesthouses may close completely. Check with your travel or accommodation provider.

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    10.05.2021
  • Bangladesh Latest News: Countrywide lockdown extended through 16 May (OSAC, 05.05.2021). Civil aviation authority allows international flights to resume with rules for some countries vulnerable to COVID-19 (NNB, 01.05.2021). Bangladesh authorities impose ban on entry of travelers from India via land ports; air travel also suspended (Xinhua, 26.04.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bangladesh: Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport.
    In addition to the COVID-19 test requirements for entry, the government also require passengers to carry a negative test certificate for COVID-19, issued by a government authorised facility, on departure from Bangladesh. Airlines may have slightly different requirements and you should confirm that your test also meets the specific requirements of your airline in advance of your departure. If your journey to or from Bangladesh includes a transit stop you may need to meet separate COVID-19 certificate requirements for that country.
    *Medical certificate: On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative.
    *Quarantine requirements: Bangladesh operates a number of quarantine regimes depending on where passengers are travelling from:
    – Passengers from, or who have visited within the previous 15 days, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Georgia, India, Iran, Mongolia, Oman, South Africa and Tunisia are NOT permitted to travel to or enter Bangladesh.
    – Passengers arriving from many other countries, including the UK, are required to complete a 14 day period of quarantine. In most cases this will be home quarantine; however, health officials at the point of entry may determine that a government facility, or approved hotel, must be used instead.
    – Passengers arriving from Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Chile, Croatia, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iraq, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Paraguay, Peru, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and Uruguay are required to complete the 14 day period of quarantine at a government approved hotel, and must travel with confirmation of these arrangements.
    – Passengers arriving from Bahrain, Kuwait and Qatar are required to complete a 3 day period of quarantine at a government approved hotel, and must travel with confirmation of these arrangements, where they will be tested for COVID-19. Those testing negative for COVID-19 will be allowed to complete the remainder of a 14 day quarantine period through home quarantine. Those testing positive will be transferred to a designated government hospital where their remaining quarantine period will be assessed and determined
    The Bangladesh authorities will retain passports of any passengers in quarantine and will return them at the end of the quarantine period. In all circumstances, people staying in a government approved hotel, government facility or hospital will need to cover the costs of those stays. You may be tested for COVID-19 during these stays.
    Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be transferred to a government facility where their quarantine period will be assessed and determined.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Bangladesh: As part of COVID-19 measures, the Government of Bangladesh has introduced restrictions on movements. While some bus services have resumed in urban areas, all forms of inter-district public transport including road, rail and waterways, remain suspended. Domestic air travel is operating a limited service. Further restrictions may come into force at short notice. Face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    *Curfew: The Government is requiring people to stay at home. People should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. Anyone not complying with these requests risks legal action.
    *Businesses and services: Shops, including shopping malls, are operating reduced hours. Banking services are also likely to be affected. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and guesthouses are open, but services and guest capacity are limited. In areas with high infection rates hotels and guesthouses may close completely. Check with your travel or accommodation provider.

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    06.05.2021
  • Bangladesh Latest News: Civil aviation authority allows international flights to resume with rules for some countries vulnerable to COVID-19 (NNB, 01.05.2021). Bangladesh authorities impose ban on entry of travelers from India via land ports; air travel also suspended (Xinhua, 26.04.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bangladesh: Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport.
    In addition to the COVID-19 test requirements for entry, the government also require passengers to carry a negative test certificate for COVID-19, issued by a government authorised facility, on departure from Bangladesh. Airlines may have slightly different requirements and you should confirm that your test also meets the specific requirements of your airline in advance of your departure. If your journey to or from Bangladesh includes a transit stop you may need to meet separate COVID-19 certificate requirements for that country.
    *Medical certificate: On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative.
    *Quarantine requirements: Bangladesh operates a number of quarantine regimes depending on where passengers are travelling from:
    – Passengers from, or who have visited within the previous 15 days, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Georgia, India, Iran, Mongolia, Oman, South Africa and Tunisia are NOT permitted to travel to or enter Bangladesh.
    – Passengers arriving from many other countries, including the UK, are required to complete a 14 day period of quarantine. In most cases this will be home quarantine; however, health officials at the point of entry may determine that a government facility, or approved hotel, must be used instead.
    – Passengers arriving from Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Chile, Croatia, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iraq, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Paraguay, Peru, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and Uruguay are required to complete the 14 day period of quarantine at a government approved hotel, and must travel with confirmation of these arrangements.
    – Passengers arriving from Bahrain, Kuwait and Qatar are required to complete a 3 day period of quarantine at a government approved hotel, and must travel with confirmation of these arrangements, where they will be tested for COVID-19. Those testing negative for COVID-19 will be allowed to complete the remainder of a 14 day quarantine period through home quarantine. Those testing positive will be transferred to a designated government hospital where their remaining quarantine period will be assessed and determined
    The Bangladesh authorities will retain passports of any passengers in quarantine and will return them at the end of the quarantine period. In all circumstances, people staying in a government approved hotel, government facility or hospital will need to cover the costs of those stays. You may be tested for COVID-19 during these stays.
    Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be transferred to a government facility where their quarantine period will be assessed and determined.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Bangladesh: As part of COVID-19 measures, the Government of Bangladesh has introduced restrictions on movements. From 14 April until 5 May, all forms of public transport including road, rail and waterways, are suspended. Domestic air travel is operating a limited service. Further restrictions may come into force at short notice. Face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    *Curfew: The Government is requiring people to stay at home. People should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. Anyone not complying with these requests risks legal action.
    *Businesses and services: Shops, including shopping malls, are operating reduced hours. Banking services are also likely to be affected. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and guesthouses are open, but services and guest capacity are limited. In areas with high infection rates hotels and guesthouses may close completely. Check with your travel or accommodation provider.

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    04.05.2021
  • Bangladesh Latest News: Updated Quarantine Requirements to Enter Bangladesh flying to/from China, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, and the U.A.E. effective immediately, until April 28 (OSAC, 26.04.2021). Bangladesh authorities impose ban on entry of travelers from India via land ports because of COVID-19; air travel also suspended (Xinhua, 26.04.2021). Countrywide lockdown continues from 21-28 April; flights limited in bid to halt spread of COVID-19 (OSAC, 21.04.2021). Domestic flight operations in Bangladesh will resume on limited scale on 21 April; flights to China also allowed (The Daily Star, 21.04.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bangladesh: Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport.
    *Medical certificate: On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative.
    *Quarantine requirements: Passengers arriving from the Middle East, Singapore, Malaysia and China who have the required COVID-19 negative certificate and have been vaccinated with two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine, and have supporting documents to confirm this, are permitted to quarantine at home for 14 days.
    Passengers arriving from the Middle East, Singapore, Malaysia and China who have the required COVID-19 negative certificate, but do not have COVID-19 vaccination evidence, are required to quarantine at a government facility, or government approved hotel, where they will be tested for COVID-19 after 3-5 days. Those testing negative for COVID-19 in that test will be allowed to complete the remainder of a 14 day quarantine period through home quarantine.
    Passengers arriving from locations other than the Middle East, Singapore, Malaysia and China are required to complete a 14 day period of quarantine at a government facility, or government approved hotel. You may be tested for COVID-19 during this time.
    Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be transferred to a government facility where their quarantine period will be assessed and determined.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Bangladesh: As part of COVID-19 measures, the Government of Bangladesh has introduced restrictions on movements. From 14 April until 28 April, all forms of public transport including road, rail and waterways, are suspended. Domestic air travel is operating a limited service. Further restrictions may come into force at short notice. Face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    *Curfew: From 14 April until 28 April, the Government is requiring people to stay at home. People should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. Anyone not complying with these requests risks legal action.
    *Businesses and services: Shops, including shopping malls, are operating reduced hours. Banking services are also likely to be affected. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and guesthouses are open, but services and guest capacity are limited. In areas with high infection rates hotels and guesthouses may close completely. Check with your travel or accommodation provider.

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    28.04.2021
  • Bangladesh Latest News: Updated Quarantine Requirements to Enter Bangladesh flying to/from China, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, and the U.A.E. effective immediately, until April 28 (OSAC, 26.04.2021). Bangladesh authorities impose ban on entry of travelers from India via land ports because of COVID-19; air travel also suspended (Xinhua, 26.04.2021). Countrywide lockdown continues from 21-28 April; flights limited in bid to halt spread of COVID-19 (OSAC, 21.04.2021). Domestic flight operations in Bangladesh will resume on limited scale on 21 April; flights to China also allowed (The Daily Star, 21.04.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bangladesh: Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport.
    *Medical certificate: On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative.
    *Quarantine requirements: Passengers are required to complete a 14 day period of quarantine at a government facility, or government approved hotel. You may be tested for COVID-19 during this time. Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be transferred to a government facility where their quarantine period will be assessed and determined.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Bangladesh: As part of COVID-19 measures, the Government of Bangladesh has introduced restrictions on movements. From 14 April until 28 April, all forms of public transport including road, rail and waterways, are suspended. Domestic air travel is operating a limited service. Further restrictions may come into force at short notice. Face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    *Curfew: From 14 April until 28 April, the Government is requiring people to stay at home. People should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. Anyone not complying with these requests risks legal action.
    *Businesses and services: Shops, including shopping malls, are operating reduced hours. Banking services are also likely to be affected. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and guesthouses are open, but services and guest capacity are limited. In areas with high infection rates hotels and guesthouses may close completely. Check with your travel or accommodation provider.

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    26.04.2021
  • Bangladesh Latest News: Countrywide lockdown continues from 21-28 April; flights limited in bid to halt spread of COVID-19 (OSAC, 21.04.2021). Domestic flight operations in Bangladesh will resume on limited scale on 21 April; flights to China also allowed (The Daily Star, 21.04.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bangladesh: Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport.
    *Medical certificate: On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative.
    *Quarantine requirements: Passengers are required to complete a 14 day period of quarantine at a government facility, or government approved hotel. You may be tested for COVID-19 during this time. Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be transferred to a government facility where their quarantine period will be assessed and determined.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Bangladesh: As part of COVID-19 measures, the Government of Bangladesh has introduced restrictions on movements and ordered the closure of non-essential shops and services. From 14 April until 28 April, all forms of public transport including road, rail and waterways, are suspended. Domestic air travel is operating a limited service. Further restrictions may come into force at short notice.
    Face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    *Curfew: From 14 April until 28 April, the Government is requiring people to stay at home. People should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. Anyone not complying with these requests risks legal action.
    *Businesses and services: From 14 April until 28 April, non-essential shops, including shopping malls, will be closed. Banking services are also likely to be affected. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and guesthouses are open, but services and guest capacity are limited. In areas with high infection rates hotels and guesthouses may close completely. Check with your travel or accommodation provider.

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    21.04.2021
  • Bangladesh Latest News: Civil aviation authority extends ban on all domestic and international flights until 28 April (BDNews24, 20.04.2021). Authorities will suspend all international flights from 14-20 April during lockdown (BDNews24, 11.04.2021). All passenger train services, all domestic flights suspended from 5 April (DDNews, 03.04.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bangladesh: Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport.
    *Medical certificate: On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative.
    *Quarantine requirements: Passengers are required to complete a 14 day period of quarantine at a government facility, or government approved hotel. You may be tested for COVID-19 during this time. Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be transferred to a government facility where their quarantine period will be assessed and determined.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Bangladesh: As part of COVID-19 measures, the Government of Bangladesh has introduced restrictions on movements and ordered the closure of non-essential shops and services. Domestic air travel remains suspended and from 14 April until 21 April, all other forms of public transport including road, rail and waterways, will also be suspended. Further restrictions may come into force at short notice.
    Face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    *Curfew: From 14 April until 21 April, the Government is requiring people to stay at home. People should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. Anyone not complying with these requests risks legal action.
    *Businesses and services: From 14 April until 21 April, non-essential shops, including shopping malls, will be closed. Banking services are also likely to be affected. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and guesthouses are open, but services and guest capacity are limited. In areas with high infection rates hotels and guesthouses may close completely. Check with your travel or accommodation provider.

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    20.04.2021
  • Bangladesh Latest News: Authorities will suspend all international flights from 14-20 April during lockdown (BDNews24, 11.04.2021). All passenger train services, all domestic flights suspended from 5 April (DDNews, 03.04.2021). Bangladesh government imposes two-week quarantine on passengers arriving from Europe (Xinhua, 30.03.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bangladesh: Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport.
    *Medical certificate: On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative.
    *Quarantine requirements: Passengers are required to complete a 14 day period of quarantine at a government facility, or government approved hotel. You may be tested for COVID-19 during this time. Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be transferred to a government facility where their quarantine period will be assessed and determined.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Bangladesh: As part of COVID-19 measures, the Government of Bangladesh has introduced restrictions on movements and ordered the closure of non-essential shops and services. From 5 April until 11 April, all forms of public transport including road, rail, waterways and domestic air travel will not be permitted. Further restrictions may come into force at short notice.
    Face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    *Curfew: From 5 April until 11 April, the Government is requiring people to stay at home from 6pm until 6am. Outside these hours the Government has instructed that people should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. Anyone not complying with these requests risks legal action.

    *Transport: From 5 April until 11 April, all forms of public transport including road, rail, waterways and domestic travel will not be permitted.
    *Businesses and services: From 5 April until 11 April, non-essential shops, including shopping malls, will be closed. Banking services are also likely to be affected. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and guesthouses are open, but services and guest capacity are limited. In areas with high infection rates hotels and guesthouses may close completely. Check with your travel or accommodation provider.

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    12.04.2021
  • Bangladesh Latest News: All passenger train services, all domestic flights suspended from 5 April (DDNews, 03.04.2021). Bangladesh government imposes two-week quarantine on passengers arriving from Europe (Xinhua, 30.03.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bangladesh: Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, including the UK, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport.
    *Medical certificate: On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative. You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Quarantine requirements: Until 3 April, those arriving from, or transiting, the UK are required to quarantine at a government facility, or government approved hotel, where they will be tested for COVID-19 after seven days. Those testing negative for COVID-19 in that test will be allowed to complete the remainder of a 14 day quarantine period through ‘home quarantine’. Those testing positive will be transferred to a designated government hospital where their remaining quarantine period will be assessed and determined. For those arriving from locations other than the UK, health officials at the point of entry to Bangladesh will assess whether you are able to self-quarantine for 14 days or need to be taken to a government facility or government approved hotel.
    From 3 April, passengers, regardless of nationality, originating from Argentina, Bahrain, Brazil, Chile, Europe (not the UK), Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Peru, Qatar, South Africa, Turkey and Uruguay will not be permitted to enter Bangladesh. Whilst transiting through these countries is permitted, should you exit the airport at your transit point your COVID-19 negative certificate will become void. You will then be required to complete a period of institutional quarantine on arrival in Bangladesh for a minimum of four days and until you are able to test negative for COVID 19.
    From 3 April, passengers, regardless of nationality, originating from the UK or elsewhere (excluding Argentina, Bahrain, Brazil, Chile, Europe, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Peru, Qatar, South Africa, Turkey and Uruguay), will be subject to an assessment by health officials at the point of entry to Bangladesh. They will assess whether you are able to self-quarantine for 14 days or need to be taken to a government facility or government approved hotel.
    Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be transferred to a government facility where their quarantine period will be assessed and determined.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Bangladesh: As part of COVID-19 measures, the Government of Bangladesh has introduced restrictions on movements and ordered the closure of non-essential shops and services. From 5 April until 11 April, all forms of public transport including road, rail, waterways and domestic air travel will not be permitted. Further restrictions may come into force at short notice.
    Face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    *Curfew: From 5 April until 11 April, the Government is requiring people to stay at home from 6pm until 6am. Outside these hours the Government has instructed that people should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. Anyone not complying with these requests risks legal action.

    *Transport: From 5 April until 11 April, all forms of public transport including road, rail, waterways and domestic travel will not be permitted.
    *Businesses and services: From 5 April until 11 April, non-essential shops, including shopping malls, will be closed. Banking services are also likely to be affected. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and guesthouses are open, but services and guest capacity are limited. In areas with high infection rates hotels and guesthouses may close completely. Check with your travel or accommodation provider.

    Read more
    04.04.2021
  • Bangladesh Latest News: Bangladesh government imposes two-week quarantine on passengers arriving from Europe (Xinhua, 30.03.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bangladesh: Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, including the UK, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport.
    *Medical certificate: On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative. You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Quarantine requirements: Until 3 April, those arriving from, or transiting, the UK are required to quarantine at a government facility, or government approved hotel, where they will be tested for COVID-19 after seven days. Those testing negative for COVID-19 in that test will be allowed to complete the remainder of a 14 day quarantine period through ‘home quarantine’. Those testing positive will be transferred to a designated government hospital where their remaining quarantine period will be assessed and determined. For those arriving from locations other than the UK, health officials at the point of entry to Bangladesh will assess whether you are able to self-quarantine for 14 days or need to be taken to a government facility or government approved hotel.
    From 3 April, passengers, regardless of nationality, originating from Argentina, Bahrain, Brazil, Chile, Europe (not the UK), Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Peru, Qatar, South Africa, Turkey and Uruguay will not be permitted to enter Bangladesh. Whilst transiting through these countries is permitted, should you exit the airport at your transit point your COVID-19 negative certificate will become void. You will then be required to complete a period of institutional quarantine on arrival in Bangladesh for a minimum of four days and until you are able to test negative for COVID 19.
    From 3 April, passengers, regardless of nationality, originating from the UK or elsewhere (excluding Argentina, Bahrain, Brazil, Chile, Europe, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Peru, Qatar, South Africa, Turkey and Uruguay), will be subject to an assessment by health officials at the point of entry to Bangladesh. They will assess whether you are able to self-quarantine for 14 days or need to be taken to a government facility or government approved hotel.
    Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be transferred to a government facility where their quarantine period will be assessed and determined.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Bangladesh: As part of COVID-19 measures, the Government of Bangladesh has asked people to stay at home after 10pm, unless there is an urgent need, and to avoid public gatherings. The Government has also warned of restrictions on movements to and from areas with high infection rates and where public gatherings are prohibited. Tourist facilities may also be affected.
    Face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. This includes wearing a mask inside all workplaces (public and private), educational institutions, places of worship, hotels, shops, malls, markets, restaurants, hospitals and at social gatherings. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    *Public places and services: Public transport passenger capacity has been reduced to fifty percent. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and guesthouses are open, but services and guest capacity are limited. In areas with high infection rates hotels and guesthouses may close completely. Check with your travel or accommodation provider.

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    01.04.2021
  • Bangladesh Latest News: Bangladesh government imposes two-week quarantine on passengers arriving from Europe (Xinhua, 30.03.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bangladesh: Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, including the UK, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport.
    *Medical certificate: On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative. You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Quarantine requirements: Passengers originating from the UK and Europe are required to quarantine at a government facility, or government approved hotel, where they will be tested for COVID-19 after 14 days. Those testing negative for COVID-19 in that test will be released from quarantine. The Bangladesh authorities will retain passports of passengers while they remain in quarantine and will return them at the end of the quarantine period. Passengers arriving in Bangladesh, from countries other than the UK and Europe need to quarantine for 14 days. Typically this can be completed as self-quarantine but health officials at the point of entry to Bangladesh will assess whether passengers are able to self-quarantine or need to be taken to a government facility. In all circumstances, people staying in a government approved hotel, government facility or hospital will need to cover the costs of those stays.
    Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be transferred to a government facility where their quarantine period will be assessed and determined.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Bangladesh: As part of COVID-19 measures, the Government of Bangladesh has asked people to stay at home after 10pm, unless there is an urgent need, and to avoid public gatherings. The Government has also warned of restrictions on movements to and from areas with high infection rates and where public gatherings are prohibited.
    Face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. This includes wearing a mask inside all workplaces (public and private), educational institutions, places of worship, hotels, shops, malls, markets, restaurants, hospitals and at social gatherings. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    *Public places and services: Public transport passenger capacity has been reduced to fifty percent. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and guesthouses are open, but services and guest capacity are limited. Check with your travel or accommodation provider.

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    30.03.2021
  • Bangladesh International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bangladesh: Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, including the UK, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport.
    *Medical certificate: On arrival, all foreign nationals need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative.
    *Quarantine requirements: Those arriving from, or transiting, the UK are required to quarantine at a government facility, or government approved hotel, where they will be tested for COVID-19 after seven days. Those testing negative for COVID-19 in that test will be allowed to complete the remainder of a 14 day quarantine period through ‘home quarantine’. Those testing positive will be transferred to a designated government hospital where their remaining quarantine period will be assessed and determined. For those arriving from locations other than the UK, health officials at the point of entry to Bangladesh will assess whether you are able to self-quarantine for 14 days or need to be taken to a government facility or government approved hotel. In all circumstances, people staying in a government approved hotel, government facility or hospital will need to cover the costs of those stays.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Bangladesh: As part of COVID-19 measures, face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. This includes wearing a mask inside all workplaces (public and private), educational institutions, places of worship, hotels, shops, malls, markets, restaurants, hospitals and at social gatherings. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    *Public places and services: Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus. Face masks must be worn at all times when travelling to and visiting public places and services.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and guesthouses are open, but not all, and services may be limited. Check with your travel or accommodation provider.

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    29.03.2021
  • Bangladesh Latest News: SpiceJet launches flights to Chittagong and Dhaka amid air bubble agreement (DNA India, 26.10.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bangladesh: Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, including the UK, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport.
    *Medical certificate: On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative.
    *Quarantine requirements: Those arriving from, or transiting, the UK are required to quarantine at a government facility, or government approved hotel, where they will be tested for COVID-19 after seven days. Those testing negative for COVID-19 in that test will be allowed to complete the remainder of the 14 day quarantine period through ‘home quarantine’. Those testing positive will be transferred to a designated government hospital where their remaining quarantine period will be assessed and determined. The Bangladesh authorities will retain passports of passengers while they remain in quarantine and will return them at the end of the quarantine period. Passengers arriving in Bangladesh, from countries other than the UK (i.e. NOT the UK) need to quarantine for 14 days. Typically this can be completed as self-quarantine but health officials at the point of entry to Bangladesh will assess whether passengers are able to self-quarantine or need to be taken to a government facility. In all circumstances, people staying in a government approved hotel, government facility or hospital will need to cover the costs of those stays.
    Passengers arriving in Bangladesh, from countries other than the UK (i.e. NOT the UK) need to quarantine for 14 days. Typically this can be completed as self-quarantine but health officials at the point of entry to Bangladesh will assess whether passengers are able to self-quarantine or need to be taken to a government facility. Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be transferred to a government facility where their quarantine period will be assessed and determined.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Bangladesh: As part of COVID-19 measures, face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. This includes wearing a mask inside all workplaces (public and private), educational institutions, places of worship, hotels, shops, malls, markets, restaurants, hospitals and at social gatherings. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    *Public places and services: Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.
    Face masks must be worn at all times when travelling to and visiting public places and services.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and guesthouses are open, but not all, and services may be limited. Check with your travel or accommodation provider.

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    04.02.2021
  • Bangladesh Latest News: SpiceJet launches flights to Chittagong and Dhaka amid air bubble agreement (DNA India, 26.10.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bangladesh: Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, including the UK, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport.
    *Medical certificate: On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative.
    *Quarantine requirements: Those arriving from, or transiting, the UK are required to quarantine at a government facility, or government approved hotel, where they will be tested for COVID-19 after seven days. Those testing negative for COVID-19 in that test will be allowed to complete the remainder of the 14 day quarantine period through ‘home quarantine’. Those testing positive will be transferred to a designated government hospital where their remaining quarantine period will be assessed and determined. The Bangladesh authorities will retain passports of passengers while they remain in quarantine and will return them at the end of the quarantine period. Passengers arriving in Bangladesh, from countries other than the UK (i.e. NOT the UK) need to quarantine for 14 days. Typically this can be completed as self-quarantine but health officials at the point of entry to Bangladesh will assess whether passengers are able to self-quarantine or need to be taken to a government facility. In all circumstances, people staying in a government approved hotel, government facility or hospital will need to cover the costs of those stays.
    Passengers arriving in Bangladesh, from countries other than the UK (i.e. NOT the UK) need to quarantine for 14 days. Typically this can be completed as self-quarantine but health officials at the point of entry to Bangladesh will assess whether passengers are able to self-quarantine or need to be taken to a government facility. Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be transferred to a government facility where their quarantine period will be assessed and determined.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Bangladesh: As part of COVID-19 measures, face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. This includes wearing a mask inside all workplaces (public and private), educational institutions, places of worship, hotels, shops, malls, markets, restaurants, hospitals and at social gatherings. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    *Public places and services: Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus. Face masks must be worn at all times when travelling to and visiting public places and services.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and guesthouses are open, but not all, and services may be limited. Check with your travel or accommodation provider.

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    25.01.2021
  • Bangladesh Latest News: SpiceJet launches flights to Chittagong and Dhaka amid air bubble agreement (DNA India, 26.10.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bangladesh: Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, including the UK, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport.
    *Medical certificate: On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative.
    *Quarantine requirements: Those arriving from, or transiting, the UK are required to complete a period of quarantine at a government facility or government approved hotel. Until 24 January arrivals will be required to undertake a test after four days, increasing to seven days from 25 January. Those testing negative for COVID-19 in those tests will be allowed to complete the remainder of the 14 day quarantine period through ‘home quarantine’. Those testing positive for COVID-19 will be transferred to a designated government hospital where their remaining quarantine period will be assessed and determined. The Bangladesh authorities will retain passports of passengers while they remain in quarantine and will return them at the end of the quarantine period. Passengers arriving in Bangladesh, from countries other than the UK (i.e. NOT the UK) need to quarantine for 14 days. Typically this can be completed as self-quarantine but health officials at the point of entry to Bangladesh will assess whether passengers are able to self-quarantine or need to be taken to a government facility. In all circumstances, people staying in a government approved hotel, government facility or hospital will need to cover the costs of those stays. Passengers arriving in Bangladesh, from countries other than the UK (i.e. NOT the UK) need to quarantine for 14 days. Typically this can be completed as self-quarantine but health officials at the point of entry to Bangladesh will assess whether passengers are able to self-quarantine or need to be taken to a government facility. Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be transferred to a government facility where their quarantine period will be assessed and determined.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Bangladesh: As part of COVID-19 measures, face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. This includes wearing a mask inside all workplaces (public and private), educational institutions, places of worship, hotels, shops, malls, markets, restaurants, hospitals and at social gatherings. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    *Public places and services: Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus. Face masks must be worn at all times when travelling to and visiting public places and services.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and guesthouses are open, but not all, and services may be limited. Check with your travel or accommodation provider.

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    24.01.2021
  • Bangladesh Latest News: SpiceJet launches flights to Chittagong and Dhaka amid air bubble agreement (DNA India, 26.10.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bangladesh: Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, including the UK, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport.
    *Medical certificate: On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative.
    *Quarantine requirements: Those arriving from the UK are required to complete 14 days of quarantine at a government facility or government approved hotel. From 16 January arrivals will be required to undertake a test after four days. Those testing negative for COVID-19 will be allowed to complete the remainder of the 14 day period through ‘home quarantine’. Those testing positive for COVID-19 will be transferred to a designated government hospital where their remaining quarantine period will be assessed. People staying in a government approved hotel, government facility or hospital will need to cover the costs of those stays. The Bangladesh authorities will retain passports of passengers while they remain in quarantine and will return them at the end of the quarantine period. Passengers arriving in Bangladesh, from countries other than the UK (i.e. NOT the UK) need to quarantine for 14 days. Typically this can be completed as self-quarantine but health officials at the point of entry to Bangladesh will assess whether passengers are able to self-quarantine or need to be taken to a government facility. Passengers arriving in Bangladesh, from countries other than the UK (i.e. NOT the UK) need to quarantine for 14 days. Typically this can be completed as self-quarantine but health officials at the point of entry to Bangladesh will assess whether passengers are able to self-quarantine or need to be taken to a government facility. Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be placed into quarantine in a government facility for 14 days.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Bangladesh: As part of COVID-19 measures, face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. This includes wearing a mask inside all workplaces (public and private), educational institutions, places of worship, hotels, shops, malls, markets, restaurants, hospitals and at social gatherings. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    *Public places and services: Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus. Face masks must be worn at all times when travelling to and visiting public places and services.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and guesthouses are open, but not all, and services may be limited. Check with your travel or accommodation provider.

    Read more
    14.01.2021
  • Bangladesh Latest News: SpiceJet launches flights to Chittagong and Dhaka amid air bubble agreement (DNA India, 26.10.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bangladesh: Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, including the UK, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport.
    Commercial passenger flights have resumed to the majority of destinations previously served from Bangladesh, including the UK. You should check with airlines to confirm what flight options are available. Flight schedules are subject to change at short notice and you should monitor travel arrangements closely.
    *Medical certificate: On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative.
    *Quarantine requirements: Following the identification of a new variant of COVID-19 in the UK, those arriving from the UK from 1 January to 15 January 2021 are required to complete 14 days of quarantine at a government facility. Passengers will also have the option of quarantining in designated hotels under government supervision. The costs of this option will need to be met by passengers. The Bangladesh authorities will retain passports of passengers while they remain in quarantine and will return them at the end of the quarantine period. Passengers arriving in Bangladesh, from countries other than the UK (i.e. NOT the UK) need to quarantine for 14 days. Typically this can be completed as self-quarantine but health officials at the point of entry to Bangladesh will assess whether passengers are able to self-quarantine or need to be taken to a government facility. Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be placed into quarantine in a government facility for 14 days.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Bangladesh: As part of COVID-19 measures, face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. This includes wearing a mask inside all workplaces (public and private), educational institutions, places of worship, hotels, shops, malls, markets, restaurants, hospitals and at social gatherings. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    *Public places and services: Banking services are limited with many shops operating reduced hours. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus. Face masks must be worn at all times when travelling to and visiting public places and services.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and guesthouses are open, but not all, and services may be limited. Check with your travel or accommodation provider.

    Read more
    05.01.2021
  • Bangladesh Latest News: SpiceJet launches flights to Chittagong and Dhaka amid air bubble agreement (DNA India, 26.10.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bangladesh: Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, including the UK, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport.
    Commercial passenger flights have resumed to the majority of destinations previously served from Bangladesh. You should check with airlines to confirm what flight options are available. Flight schedules are subject to change at short notice and you should monitor travel arrangements closely.
    *Medical certificate: On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative.
    *Quarantine requirements: Following the identification of a new variant of COVID-19 in the UK, those arriving from the UK from 1 January to 15 January 2021 are required to complete 14 days of quarantine at a government facility. Passengers will also have the option of quarantining in designated hotels under government supervision. The costs of this option will need to be met by passengers. Passengers arriving in Bangladesh, from countries other than the UK (i.e. NOT the UK) need to quarantine for 14 days. Typically this can be completed as self-quarantine but health officials at the point of entry to Bangladesh will assess whether passengers are able to self-quarantine or need to be taken to a government facility. Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be placed into quarantine in a government facility for 14 days.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Bangladesh: As part of COVID-19 measures, face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. This includes wearing a mask inside all workplaces (public and private), educational institutions, places of worship, hotels, shops, malls, markets, restaurants, hospitals and at social gatherings. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    *Public places and services: Banking services are limited with many shops operating reduced hours. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus. Face masks must be worn at all times when travelling to and visiting public places and services.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and guesthouses are open, but not all, and services may be limited. Check with your travel or accommodation provider.

    Read more
    29.12.2020
  • Bangladesh Latest News: SpiceJet launches flights to Chittagong and Dhaka amid air bubble agreement (DNA India, 26.10.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bangladesh: Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, including the UK, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport.
    Commercial passenger flights have resumed to the majority of destinations previously served from Bangladesh. You should check with airlines to confirm what flight options are available. Flight schedules are subject to change at short notice and you should monitor travel arrangements closely.
    *Medical certificate: On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals need to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative.
    *Quarantine requirements: Passengers arriving in Bangladesh need to self-quarantine for 14 days. Health officials at the point of entry to Bangladesh will assess whether passengers are able to self-quarantine or need to be taken to a government facility. Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be placed into quarantine in a government facility for 14 days. Such passengers who arrive with a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative need to self-isolate at home for 14 days.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Bangladesh: As part of COVID-19 measures, face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. This includes wearing a mask inside all workplaces (public and private), educational institutions, places of worship, hotels, shops, malls, markets, restaurants, hospitals and at social gatherings. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    *Public places and services: Banking services are limited with many shops operating reduced hours. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus. Face masks must be worn at all times when travelling to and visiting public places and services.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and guesthouses are open, but not all, and services may be limited. Check with your travel or accommodation provider.

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    15.12.2020
  • Bangladesh International Restrictions:
    Commercial passenger flights have resumed to some destinations.Commercial passenger flights from the UK, together with flights from Malaysia, Turkey, the UAE, Qatar and Sri Lanka are now permitted to land in Bangladesh. You should check with airlines to confirm what flight options are available. Flight schedules are subject to change at short notice and you should monitor travel arrangements closely. All foreign nationals departing from Bangladesh are required to provide a COVID-19 test certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative. In addition to the COVID-19 requirements set by the government, some airlines may also require passengers to carry a certificate confirming a negative test for COVID-19 on departure from Bangladesh. You should confirm any such requirement with your airline in advance of your departure. If your journey to or from Bangladesh includes a transit stop you may be required to meet separate COVID-19 certificate requirements for that country. You should check the requirements for all locations in your journey, both transit and final destinations, before travelling.
    The temporary suspension of international passenger flights from: Bahrain, Bhutan, Hong Kong, India, Kuwait, the Maldives, Nepal, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and Thailand remains in force. Public health requirements for humanitarian flights .
    From 26 July all foreign nationals departing from Bangladesh are required to provide a COVID-19 test certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative. This test certificate must be issued by one of the hospitals listed on the official Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh website. You are exempt from this requirement if you have spent less than 14 days in Bangladesh or you are under the age of 10.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Domestic flights on Dhaka, Chattogram, Sylhet and Syedpur routes are operational from 1 June. (BD News 24, 28.05.2020)
    As part of COVID-19 measures, face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. This includes wearing a mask inside all workplaces (public and private), educational institutions, places of worship, hotels, shops, malls, markets, restaurants, hospitals and at social gatherings. You should also wear a mask at home if anyone in your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    Bangladesh authorities have announced a new traffic light system for lockdown restrictions. Areas across the country with a high number of COVID-19 cases will be designated as red zones. These restrictions may come into force at short notice. You should consult local media for the latest on red zones and follow the lockdown measures set by local authorities. A limited public transport service has resumed across Bangladesh; however public transport in designated red zones may be restricted. Bangladesh authorities have also suspended train services to and from India until further notice.
    Cox’s Bazar district:
    The Government of Bangladesh has classified Cox’s Bazar town as a red zone and placed specific lockdown restrictions on the area. All types of shops will be closed apart from food markets which will be limited to opening on Sundays and Thursdays only. Access to the Rohingya camps via Cox’s Bazar town is likely to be affected.
    Public places and services:
    Banking services are limited with many shops operating reduced hours. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus. The government has asked people to stay at home from 10 pm until 5 am. Outside these hours the Government has instructed that people should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. There are ongoing restrictions of movement between districts.
    Accommodation: some hotels and guesthouses are open, but not all, and services may be limited.

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    08.10.2020
  • Bangladesh Aviation authority to resume flights in Dhaka-Cox’s Bazar route from 30 July (Dhaka Tribune, 28.07.2020)

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    International restrictions:

    Commercial passenger flights have resumed to some destinations.Commercial passenger flights from the UK, together with flights from Malaysia, Turkey, the UAE, Qatar and Sri Lanka are now permitted to land in Bangladesh. You should check with airlines to confirm what flight options are available. Flight schedules are subject to change at short notice and you should monitor travel arrangements closely. All foreign nationals departing from Bangladesh are required to provide a COVID-19 test certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative. In addition to the COVID-19 requirements set by the government, some airlines may also require passengers to carry a certificate confirming a negative test for COVID-19 on departure from Bangladesh. You should confirm any such requirement with your airline in advance of your departure. If your journey to or from Bangladesh includes a transit stop you may be required to meet separate COVID-19 certificate requirements for that country. You should check the requirements for all locations in your journey, both transit and final destinations, before travelling.
    The temporary suspension of international passenger flights from: Bahrain, Bhutan, Hong Kong, India, Kuwait, the Maldives, Nepal, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and Thailand remains in force. Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]
    From 26 July all foreign nationals departing from Bangladesh are required to provide a COVID-19 test certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative. This test certificate must be issued by one of the hospitals listed on the official Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh website. You are exempt from this requirement if you have spent less than 14 days in Bangladesh or you are under the age of 10.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Domestic flights on Dhaka, Chattogram, Sylhet and Syedpur routes are operational from June 1. (BD News 24, 28.05.2020)
    As part of COVID-19 measures, face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. The Government has asked people to stay at home from 10 pm until 5 am. Outside these hours the Government has instructed that people should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. There are ongoing restrictions of movement between districts. Anyone not complying with these requests could face legal action. Bangladesh authorities have announced a new traffic light system for lockdown restrictions. Areas across the country with a high number of COVID-19 cases will be designated as red zones. These restrictions may come into force at short notice. You should consult local media for the latest on red zones and follow the lockdown measures set by local authorities. A limited public transport service has resumed across Bangladesh; however public transport in designated red zones may be restricted. Bangladesh authorities have also suspended train services to and from India until further notice.The Government of Bangladesh has classified Cox’s Bazar town as a red zone and placed specific lockdown restrictions on the area. All types of shops will be closed apart from food markets which will be limited to opening on Sundays and Thursdays only. Access to the Rohingya camps via Cox’s Bazar town is likely to be affected. Banking services are limited with many shops operating reduced hours. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus. The government has asked people to stay at home from 10 pm until 5 am. Outside these hours the Government has instructed that people should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. There are ongoing restrictions of movement between districts.
    Some hotels and guesthouses are open, but not all, and services may be limited.

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    03.08.2020
  • Bangladesh Aviation authority to resume flights in Dhaka-Cox’s Bazar route from 30 July (Dhaka Tribune, 28.07.2020)

    *****

    International restrictions:

    Commercial passenger flights have resumed to some destinations.Commercial passenger flights from the UK, together with flights from Malaysia, Turkey, the UAE, Qatar and Sri Lanka are now permitted to land in Bangladesh. You should check with airlines to confirm what flight options are available. Flight schedules are subject to change at short notice and you should monitor travel arrangements closely. All foreign nationals departing from Bangladesh are required to provide a COVID-19 test certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative. In addition to the COVID-19 requirements set by the government, some airlines may also require passengers to carry a certificate confirming a negative test for COVID-19 on departure from Bangladesh. You should confirm any such requirement with your airline in advance of your departure. If your journey to or from Bangladesh includes a transit stop you may be required to meet separate COVID-19 certificate requirements for that country. You should check the requirements for all locations in your journey, both transit and final destinations, before travelling.
    The temporary suspension of international passenger flights from: Bahrain, Bhutan, Hong Kong, India, Kuwait, the Maldives, Nepal, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and Thailand remains in force. Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Domestic flights on Dhaka, Chattogram, Sylhet and Syedpur routes are operational from June 1. (BD News 24, 28.05.2020)
    As part of COVID-19 measures, face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. The Government has asked people to stay at home from 10 pm until 5 am. Outside these hours the Government has instructed that people should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. There are ongoing restrictions of movement between districts. Anyone not complying with these requests could face legal action. Bangladesh authorities have announced a new traffic light system for lockdown restrictions. Areas across the country with a high number of COVID-19 cases will be designated as red zones. These restrictions may come into force at short notice. You should consult local media for the latest on red zones and follow the lockdown measures set by local authorities. A limited public transport service has resumed across Bangladesh; however public transport in designated red zones may be restricted. Bangladesh authorities have also suspended train services to and from India until further notice.The Government of Bangladesh has classified Cox’s Bazar town as a red zone and placed specific lockdown restrictions on the area. All types of shops will be closed apart from food markets which will be limited to opening on Sundays and Thursdays only. Access to the Rohingya camps via Cox’s Bazar town is likely to be affected. Banking services are limited with many shops operating reduced hours. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus. The government has asked people to stay at home from 10 pm until 5 am. Outside these hours the Government has instructed that people should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. There are ongoing restrictions of movement between districts.
    Some hotels and guesthouses are open, but not all, and services may be limited.

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    31.07.2020
  • Bangladesh Aviation authority to resume flights in Dhaka-Cox’s Bazar route from 30 July (Dhaka Tribune, 28.07.2020)

    *****

    International restrictions:

    Commercial passenger flights have resumed to some destinations.Commercial passenger flights from the UK, together with flights from Malaysia, Turkey, the UAE, Qatar and Sri Lanka are now permitted to land in Bangladesh. You should check with airlines to confirm what flight options are available. Flight schedules are subject to change at short notice and you should monitor travel arrangements closely.
    The temporary suspension of international passenger flights from: Bahrain, Bhutan, Hong Kong, India, Kuwait, the Maldives, Nepal, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and Thailand remains in force. Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Domestic flights on Dhaka, Chattogram, Sylhet and Syedpur routes are operational from June 1. (BD News 24, 28.05.2020)
    As part of COVID-19 measures, face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. The Government has asked people to stay at home from 10 pm until 5 am. Outside these hours the Government has instructed that people should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. There are ongoing restrictions of movement between districts. Anyone not complying with these requests could face legal action. Bangladesh authorities have announced a new traffic light system for lockdown restrictions. Areas across the country with a high number of COVID-19 cases will be designated as red zones. These restrictions may come into force at short notice. You should consult local media for the latest on red zones and follow the lockdown measures set by local authorities. A limited public transport service has resumed across Bangladesh; however public transport in designated red zones may be restricted. Bangladesh authorities have also suspended train services to and from India until further notice.The Government of Bangladesh has classified Cox’s Bazar town as a red zone and placed specific lockdown restrictions on the area. All types of shops will be closed apart from food markets which will be limited to opening on Sundays and Thursdays only. Access to the Rohingya camps via Cox’s Bazar town is likely to be affected. Banking services are limited with many shops operating reduced hours. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.

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    29.07.2020
  • Bangladesh Authorities extend COVID-19 restrictions until August 3 (Garda, 02.07.2020). Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh allows Turkish Airlines, Air Arabia to operate flights from Dhaka amid COVID-19 pandemic (Dhaka Tribune, 28.06.2020).

    *****

    International restrictions:

    Commercial passenger flights have resumed to some destinations. Some airlines may require passengers to carry a certificate confirming a negative test for COVID-19 on departure from Bangladesh.Train services to and from India are currently suspended. Commercial passenger flights from the UK, together with flights from Malaysia, Turkey, the UAE, Qatar and Sri Lanka are now permitted to land in Bangladesh. You should check with airlines to confirm what flight options are available. Flight schedules are subject to change at short notice and you should monitor travel arrangements closely. The temporary suspension of international passenger flights from: Bahrain, Bhutan, Hong Kong, India, Kuwait, the Maldives, Nepal, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and Thailand remains in force. Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Domestic flights on Dhaka, Chattogram, Sylhet and Syedpur routes are operational from June 1. (BD News 24, 28.05.2020)
    As part of COVID-19 measures, face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. The Government has asked people to stay at home from 10 pm until 5 am. Outside these hours the Government has instructed that people should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. There are ongoing restrictions of movement between districts. Anyone not complying with these requests could face legal action. Bangladesh authorities have announced a new traffic light system for lockdown restrictions. Areas across the country with a high number of COVID-19 cases will be designated as red zones. These restrictions may come into force at short notice. You should consult local media for the latest on red zones and follow the lockdown measures set by local authorities. A limited public transport service has resumed across Bangladesh; however public transport in designated red zones may be restricted. Bangladesh authorities have also suspended train services to and from India until further notice.The Government of Bangladesh has classified Cox’s Bazar town as a red zone and placed specific lockdown restrictions on the area. All types of shops will be closed apart from food markets which will be limited to opening on Sundays and Thursdays only. Access to the Rohingya camps via Cox’s Bazar town is likely to be affected. Banking services are limited with many shops operating reduced hours. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.

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    24.07.2020
  • Bangladesh Authorities extend COVID-19 restrictions until August 3 (Garda, 02.07.2020). Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh allows Turkish Airlines, Air Arabia to operate flights from Dhaka amid COVID-19 pandemic (Dhaka Tribune, 28.06.2020). Resumption of limited international commercial flights (OASC, 25.06.2020). Domestic flights on Dhaka, Chattogram, Sylhet and Syedpur routes will be operational from June 1. (BD News 24, 28.05.2020)

    *****

    International restrictions:

    Commercial passenger flights have resumed to some destinations. Some airlines may require passengers to carry a certificate confirming a negative test for COVID-19 on departure from Bangladesh.Train services to and from India are currently suspended. Commercial passenger flights from the UK, together with flights from Malaysia, Turkey, the UAE, Qatar and Sri Lanka are now permitted to land in Bangladesh. You should check with airlines to confirm what flight options are available. Flight schedules are subject to change at short notice and you should monitor travel arrangements closely. The temporary suspension of international passenger flights from: Bahrain, Bhutan, Hong Kong, India, Kuwait, the Maldives, Nepal, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and Thailand remains in force. Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    As part of COVID-19 measures, face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. The Government has asked people to stay at home from 10 pm until 5 am. Outside these hours the Government has instructed that people should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. There are ongoing restrictions of movement between districts. Anyone not complying with these requests could face legal action. Bangladesh authorities have announced a new traffic light system for lockdown restrictions. Areas across the country with a high number of COVID-19 cases will be designated as red zones. These restrictions may come into force at short notice. You should consult local media for the latest on red zones and follow the lockdown measures set by local authorities. A limited public transport service has resumed across Bangladesh; however public transport in designated red zones may be restricted. Bangladesh authorities have also suspended train services to and from India until further notice.The Government of Bangladesh has classified Cox’s Bazar town as a red zone and placed specific lockdown restrictions on the area. All types of shops will be closed apart from food markets which will be limited to opening on Sundays and Thursdays only. Access to the Rohingya camps via Cox’s Bazar town is likely to be affected. Banking services are limited with many shops operating reduced hours. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.

    Read more
    22.07.2020
  • Bangladesh Authorities extend COVID-19 restrictions until August 3 (Garda, 02.07.2020). Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh allows Turkish Airlines, Air Arabia to operate flights from Dhaka amid COVID-19 pandemic (Dhaka Tribune, 28.06.2020). Resumption of limited international commercial flights (OASC, 25.06.2020). Domestic flights on Dhaka, Chattogram, Sylhet and Syedpur routes will be operational from June 1. (BD News 24, 28.05.2020)

    *****

    International restrictions:

    Commercial passenger flights have resumed to some destinations.
    Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport. The Government of Bangladesh has extended until further notice the temporary suspension of international passenger flights landing in Bangladesh from the following countries: Bahrain, Bhutan, Hong Kong, India, Kuwait, the Maldives, Malaysia, Nepal, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Turkey.
    On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals are required to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative.
    Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be placed into quarantine in a government facility for 14 days. Such passengers who arrive with a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative are required to self-isolate at home for 14 days.

    Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    As part of COVID-19 measures, face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. The Government has asked people to stay at home from 8 pm until 6 am. Outside these hours the Government has instructed that people should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. There are ongoing restrictions of movement between districts. Anyone not complying with these requests could face legal action. Bangladesh authorities have announced a new traffic light system for lockdown restrictions. Areas across the country with a high number of COVID-19 cases will be designated as red zones. These restrictions may come into force at short notice. You should consult local media for the latest on red zones and follow the lockdown measures set by local authorities. A limited public transport service has resumed across Bangladesh; however public transport in designated red zones may be restricted. Bangladesh authorities have also suspended train services to and from India until further notice.
    The Government of Bangladesh has classified Cox’s Bazar town as a red zone and placed specific lockdown restrictions on the area. All types of shops will be closed apart from food markets which will be limited to opening on Sundays and Thursdays only. Access to the Rohingya camps via Cox’s Bazar town is likely to be affected.
    Banking services are limited with many shops operating reduced hours. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.
    From 31 May, face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. The Government has asked people to stay at home from 8 pm until 6 am. Outside these hours the Government has instructed that people should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. There are ongoing restrictions of movement between districts. Anyone not complying with these requests could face legal action. Some hotels and guesthouses are open, but not all, and services may be limited.

    Read more
    13.07.2020
  • Bangladesh Authorities extend COVID-19 restrictions until August 3 (Garda, 02.07.2020)
    Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh allows Turkish Airlines, Air Arabia to operate flights from Dhaka amid COVID-19 pandemic (Dhaka Tribune, 28.06.2020)
    Resumption of limited international commercial flights (OASC, 25.06.2020). Domestic flights on Dhaka, Chattogram, Sylhet and Syedpur routes will be operational from June 1. (BD News 24, 28.05.2020)

    *****

    International restrictions:

    Commercial passenger flights between Bangladesh and a limited number of destinations have been allowed to resume. Some airlines may require passengers to carry a certificate confirming a negative test for COVID-19 on departure from Bangladesh.
    Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport. Commercial passenger flights from the UK, the UAE and Qatar are permitted to land in Bangladesh. The Government of Bangladesh has extended until further notice the temporary suspension of international passenger flights landing in Bangladesh from the following countries: Bahrain, Bhutan, Hong Kong, India, Kuwait, the Maldives, Nepal, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, and Thailand. On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals are required to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative. Passengers arriving from coronavirus affected countries, are also required to self-quarantine for 14 days. Health officials at the point of entry to Bangladesh will assess whether passengers are able to self-quarantine or need to be taken to a government facility. Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be placed into quarantine in a government facility for 14 days. Such passengers who arrive with a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative are required to self-isolate at home for 14 days.

    Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Bangladeshi authorities announced on Tuesday, June 30, that the restrictions in place to contain the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the country have been extended until August 3. Curfew hours have been shortened to between 22:00 – 05:00 (local time). However, all non-essential travel remains prohibited. The wearing of face masks and social distancing measures also remain compulsory in public places, while a ban on rallies, meetings, and mass gatherings remain in place.
    Public transportation has been allowed to operate in some regions at a reduced capacity.
    From 31 May, face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. The Bangladesh authorities have announced a new traffic light system for lockdown restrictions. Areas across the country with a high number of COVID-19 cases will be designated as red zones. These restrictions may come into force at short notice. You should consult local media for the latest on red zones and follow the lockdown measures set by local authorities. The Government has asked people to stay at home from 8 pm until 6 am. Outside these hours the Government has instructed that people should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. There are ongoing restrictions of movement between districts. Anyone not complying with these requests risks legal action. Public transport is slowly being restored following Government restrictions. A limited public transport service has resumed across Bangladesh; however public transport in designated red zones may be restricted. Bangladesh authorities have also suspended train services to and from India until further notice. The Government of Bangladesh has classified Cox’s Bazar town as a red zone and placed specific lockdown restrictions on the area. All types of shops will be closed apart from food markets which will be limited to opening on Sundays and Thursdays only. Access to the Rohingya camps via Cox’s Bazar town is likely to be affected. Banking services are limited with many shops operating reduced hours. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.

    Read more
    08.07.2020
  • Bangladesh Authorities extend COVID-19 restrictions until August 3 (Garda, 02.07.2020)
    Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh allows Turkish Airlines, Air Arabia to operate flights from Dhaka amid COVID-19 pandemic (Dhaka Tribune, 28.06.2020)
    Resumption of limited international commercial flights (OASC, 25.06.2020). Domestic flights on Dhaka, Chattogram, Sylhet and Syedpur routes will be operational from June 1. (BD News 24, 28.05.2020)

    *****

    International restrictions:

    Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport. Commercial passenger flights from the UK, the UAE and Qatar are permitted to land in Bangladesh. The Government of Bangladesh has extended until further notice the temporary suspension of international passenger flights landing in Bangladesh from the following countries: Bahrain, Bhutan, Hong Kong, India, Kuwait, the Maldives, Malaysia, Nepal, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Turkey. On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals are required to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative. Passengers arriving from coronavirus affected countries, are also required to self-quarantine for 14 days. Health officials at the point of entry to Bangladesh will assess whether passengers are able to self-quarantine or need to be taken to a government facility. Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be placed into quarantine in a government facility for 14 days. Such passengers who arrive with a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative are required to self-isolate at home for 14 days.

    Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Bangladeshi authorities announced on Tuesday, June 30, that the restrictions in place to contain the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the country have been extended until August 3. Curfew hours have been shortened to between 22:00 – 05:00 (local time). However, all non-essential travel remains prohibited. The wearing of face masks and social distancing measures also remain compulsory in public places, while a ban on rallies, meetings, and mass gatherings remain in place.
    Public transportation has been allowed to operate in some regions at a reduced capacity.
    From 31 May, face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. The Bangladesh authorities have announced a new traffic light system for lockdown restrictions. Areas across the country with a high number of COVID-19 cases will be designated as red zones. These restrictions may come into force at short notice. You should consult local media for the latest on red zones and follow the lockdown measures set by local authorities. The Government has asked people to stay at home from 8 pm until 6 am. Outside these hours the Government has instructed that people should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. There are ongoing restrictions of movement between districts. Anyone not complying with these requests risks legal action. Public transport is slowly being restored following Government restrictions. A limited public transport service has resumed across Bangladesh; however public transport in designated red zones may be restricted. Bangladesh authorities have also suspended train services to and from India until further notice. The Government of Bangladesh has classified Cox’s Bazar town as a red zone and placed specific lockdown restrictions on the area. All types of shops will be closed apart from food markets which will be limited to opening on Sundays and Thursdays only. Access to the Rohingya camps via Cox’s Bazar town is likely to be affected. Banking services are limited with many shops operating reduced hours. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.

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    03.07.2020
  • Bangladesh Resumption of limited international commercial flights (OASC, 25.06.2020). Domestic flights on Dhaka, Chattogram, Sylhet and Syedpur routes will be operational from June 1. (BD News 24, 28.05.2020)

    *****

    International restrictions:

    Bangladesh authorities have said passengers arriving from coronavirus-affected countries, including the UK, should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator Forms provided by cabin crew. You may be subjected to additional health screening measures at the airport. Commercial passenger flights from the UK, the UAE and Qatar are permitted to land in Bangladesh. The Government of Bangladesh has extended until further notice the temporary suspension of international passenger flights landing in Bangladesh from the following countries: Bahrain, Bhutan, Hong Kong, India, Kuwait, the Maldives, Malaysia, Nepal, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Turkey. On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals are required to produce a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative. Passengers arriving from coronavirus affected countries, are also required to self-quarantine for 14 days. Health officials at the point of entry to Bangladesh will assess whether passengers are able to self-quarantine or need to be taken to a government facility. Passengers with a No Visa Required certificate (an arrangement for foreign nationals of Bangladeshi heritage) arriving in Bangladesh without a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative, or such passengers who display symptoms, will be placed into quarantine in a government facility for 14 days. Such passengers who arrive with a medical certificate indicating they are COVID-19 negative are required to self-isolate at home for 14 days.

    Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    From 31 May, face masks must be worn at all times when moving in and around Bangladesh. The Bangladesh authorities have announced a new traffic light system for lockdown restrictions. Areas across the country with a high number of COVID-19 cases will be designated as red zones. These restrictions may come into force at short notice. You should consult local media for the latest on red zones and follow the lockdown measures set by local authorities. The Government has asked people to stay at home from 8 pm until 6 am. Outside these hours the Government has instructed that people should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. There are ongoing restrictions of movement between districts. Anyone not complying with these requests risks legal action. Public transport is slowly being restored following Government restrictions. A limited public transport service has resumed across Bangladesh; however public transport in designated red zones may be restricted. Bangladesh authorities have also suspended train services to and from India until further notice. The Government of Bangladesh has classified Cox’s Bazar town as a red zone and placed specific lockdown restrictions on the area. All types of shops will be closed apart from food markets which will be limited to opening on Sundays and Thursdays only. Access to the Rohingya camps via Cox’s Bazar town is likely to be affected. Banking services are limited with many shops operating reduced hours. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.

    Read more
    25.06.2020
  • Bangladesh Authorities resume international flights on 16 June (Dhaka Tribune, 16.06.2020) Domestic flights on Dhaka, Chattogram, Sylhet and Syedpur routes will be operational from June 1. (BD News 24, 28.05.2020)

    1. Suspension of visa on arrival facilities.
    -This does not apply to passengers traveling on business with a return/onward ticket. They must:
    – have a confirmation letter issued by the Bangladesh Board of Investment (BOI). The letter must contain a BOI registration number. The accredited inviting organization must notify the Immigration authorities prior to arrival, and
    – have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 72 hours before arrival.
    2. Flights from Bahrain, Bhutan, Hong Kong (SAR China), India, Kuwait, Malaysia, Maldives, Nepal, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Thailand and Turkey to Bangladesh are suspended.
    3. Passengers who have a valid visa must show a medical certificate (with English translation) obtained within 72 hours of travel. The medical certificate must be submitted upon arrival and must indicate that the passenger does not have any symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
    4. Passengers with Bangladesh origin are subject to quarantine for 14 days.

    Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

    International restrictions:

    The Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) has announced the resumption of domestic flights from 1 June. All foreigners arriving in Bangladesh must submit a health certificate obtained within 72 hours prior to their arrival indicating that they are COVID-19 free, in addition to a valid visa; they are also required to undergo mandatory 14-day quarantine, regardless of nationality and traveller type. Bangladeshi nationals returning can home quarantine if they provide a health certificate.
    All travellers with a travel history (including transits) from all European countries, with the exception of the UK, are banned from entry. This is in addition to the existing ban on travellers from India, Kuwait, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Bangladeshi nationals are included in the ban. However, those travelling on diplomatic missions and their family members are exempted. Foreigners who are already in Bangladesh with valid visas will have the option of extending their existing visas by three months. International flights are not allowed to land at the Shah Amanat International Airport in Chittagong, until further notice.
    Foreigners are not allowed to enter via land ports. The ports are: Akhaura, Banglabandha, Benapole, Bhomra, Burimari, Darshana, Hili, Nakugaon, Roumari, Shaola and Tamabil. Bangladeshi nationals returning can home quarantine if they provide a health certificate.

    Internal restrictions:

    From 31 May until 15 June, the Government has asked people to stay at home from 8 pm until 8 am. Outside these hours the Government has instructed that people should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. There are ongoing restrictions of movement between districts. Anyone not complying with these requests risks legal action.
    Public transport is slowly being restored following Government restrictions. A limited public transport service has resumed.
    The Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) has announced the resumption of domestic flights from 1 June.
    Bangladesh authorities have also suspended train services to and from India until further notice. Banking services are limited with many shops operating reduced hours. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.
    Cox’s Bazar district: From 6 to 20 June, the Government of Bangladesh has classified Cox’s Bazar town as a red zone and placed specific lockdown restrictions on the area. All types of shops will be closed apart from food markets which will be limited to opening on Sundays and Thursdays only. Access to the Rohingya camps via Cox’s Bazar town is likely to be affected.

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    21.06.2020
  • Bangladesh Authorities resume international flights on 16 June (Dhaka Tribune, 16.06.2020) Domestic flights on Dhaka, Chattogram, Sylhet and Syedpur routes will be operational from June 1. (BD News 24, 28.05.2020)

    1. The visa on arrival facility has been suspended for all nationalities.
    2. Flights from Bahrain, Bhutan, Hong Kong (SAR China), India, Kuwait, Malaysia, Maldives, Nepal, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom are suspended.
    3. Passengers who have a valid visa must show a medical certificate (with English translation) obtained within 72 hours of travel. The medical certificate must be submitted upon arrival and must indicate that the passenger does not have any symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
    4. Passengers with Bangladesh origin who do not submit a medical certificate stating that the passenger does not have any symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19), will be institutionally quarantined in Dhaka for 14 days.
    5. Passengers with Bangladesh origin who submits a medical certificate stating that the passenger does not have any symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19), will be home quarantined in Dhaka for 14 days. If the medical certificate shows that the passenger has symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19), they will be institutionally quarantined in Dhaka for 14 days.

    Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

    International restrictions:

    The Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) has announced the resumption of domestic flights from 1 June. All foreigners arriving in Bangladesh must submit a health certificate obtained within 72 hours prior to their arrival indicating that they are COVID-19 free, in addition to a valid visa; they are also required to undergo mandatory 14-day quarantine, regardless of nationality and traveller type. Bangladeshi nationals returning can home quarantine if they provide a health certificate.
    All travellers with a travel history (including transits) from all European countries, with the exception of the UK, are banned from entry. This is in addition to the existing ban on travellers from India, Kuwait, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Bangladeshi nationals are included in the ban. However, those travelling on diplomatic missions and their family members are exempted. Foreigners who are already in Bangladesh with valid visas will have the option of extending their existing visas by three months. International flights are not allowed to land at the Shah Amanat International Airport in Chittagong, until further notice.
    Foreigners are not allowed to enter via land ports. The ports are: Akhaura, Banglabandha, Benapole, Bhomra, Burimari, Darshana, Hili, Nakugaon, Roumari, Shaola and Tamabil. Bangladeshi nationals returning can home quarantine if they provide a health certificate.

    Internal restrictions:

    From 31 May until 15 June, the Government has asked people to stay at home from 8 pm until 8 am. Outside these hours the Government has instructed that people should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. There are ongoing restrictions of movement between districts. Anyone not complying with these requests risks legal action.
    Public transport is slowly being restored following Government restrictions. A limited public transport service has resumed.
    The Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) has announced the resumption of domestic flights from 1 June.
    Bangladesh authorities have also suspended train services to and from India until further notice. Banking services are limited with many shops operating reduced hours. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.
    Cox’s Bazar district: From 6 to 20 June, the Government of Bangladesh has classified Cox’s Bazar town as a red zone and placed specific lockdown restrictions on the area. All types of shops will be closed apart from food markets which will be limited to opening on Sundays and Thursdays only. Access to the Rohingya camps via Cox’s Bazar town is likely to be affected.

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    15.06.2020
  • Bangladesh The domestic flights on Dhaka, Chattogram, Sylhet and Syedpur routes will be operational from June 1. (BD News 24, 28.05.2020)

    1. The visa on arrival facility has been suspended for all nationalities.
    2. Flights from Bahrain, Bhutan, Hong Kong (SAR China), India, Kuwait, Malaysia, Maldives, Nepal, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom are suspended.
    3. Passengers who have a valid visa must show a medical certificate (with English translation) obtained within 72 hours of travel. The medical certificate must be submitted upon arrival and must indicate that the passenger does not have any symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
    4. Passengers with Bangladesh origin who do not submit a medical certificate stating that the passenger does not have any symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19), will be institutionally quarantined in Dhaka for 14 days.
    5. Passengers with Bangladesh origin who submits a medical certificate stating that the passenger does not have any symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19), will be home quarantined in Dhaka for 14 days. If the medical certificate shows that the passenger has symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19), they will be institutionally quarantined in Dhaka for 14 days.

    Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

    International restrictions:

    The Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) has announced the resumption of domestic flights from 1 June. All foreigners arriving in Bangladesh must submit a health certificate obtained within 72 hours prior to their arrival indicating that they are COVID-19 free, in addition to a valid visa; they are also required to undergo mandatory 14-day quarantine, regardless of nationality and traveller type. Bangladeshi nationals returning can home quarantine if they provide a health certificate.
    All travellers with a travel history (including transits) from all European countries, with the exception of the UK, are banned from entry. This is in addition to the existing ban on travellers from India, Kuwait, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Bangladeshi nationals are included in the ban. However, those travelling on diplomatic missions and their family members are exempted. Foreigners who are already in Bangladesh with valid visas will have the option of extending their existing visas by three months. International flights are not allowed to land at the Shah Amanat International Airport in Chittagong, until further notice.
    Foreigners are not allowed to enter via land ports. The ports are: Akhaura, Banglabandha, Benapole, Bhomra, Burimari, Darshana, Hili, Nakugaon, Roumari, Shaola and Tamabil. Bangladeshi nationals returning can home quarantine if they provide a health certificate.

    Internal restrictions:

    From 31 May until 15 June, the Government has asked people to stay at home from 8 pm until 8 am. Outside these hours the Government has instructed that people should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. There are ongoing restrictions of movement between districts. Anyone not complying with these requests risks legal action.
    Public transport is slowly being restored following Government restrictions. A limited public transport service has resumed.
    The Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) has announced the resumption of domestic flights from 1 June.
    Bangladesh authorities have also suspended train services to and from India until further notice. Banking services are limited with many shops operating reduced hours. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.
    Cox’s Bazar district: From 6 to 20 June, the Government of Bangladesh has classified Cox’s Bazar town as a red zone and placed specific lockdown restrictions on the area. All types of shops will be closed apart from food markets which will be limited to opening on Sundays and Thursdays only. Access to the Rohingya camps via Cox’s Bazar town is likely to be affected.

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    12.06.2020
  • Bangladesh The domestic flights on Dhaka, Chattogram, Sylhet and Syedpur routes will be operational from June 1. (BD News 24, 28.05.2020) 1. The visa on arrival facility has been suspended for all nationalities. 2. Flights from Bahrain, Bhutan, Hong Kong (SAR China), India, Kuwait, Malaysia, Maldives, Nepal, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom are suspended. 3. Passengers who have a valid visa must show a medical certificate (with English translation) obtained within 72 hours of travel. The medical certificate must be submitted upon arrival and must indicate that the passenger does not have any symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19). 4. Passengers with Bangladesh origin who do not submit a medical certificate stating that the passenger does not have any symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19), will be institutionally quarantined in Dhaka for 14 days. 5. Passengers with Bangladesh origin who submits a medical certificate stating that the passenger does not have any symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19), will be home quarantined in Dhaka for 14 days. If the medical certificate shows that the passenger has symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19), they will be institutionally quarantined in Dhaka for 14 days.

    International restrictions:

    International passenger flights to/from all countries, except China, are suspended until 30 May. Cargo, special flights, air ambulances, relief carrying flights and emergency landing aircrafts are outside the purview of the ban. The suspension of visa-on-arrival services has been extended further until 30 May. All foreigners arriving in Bangladesh must submit a health certificate obtained within 72 hours prior to their arrival indicating that they are COVID-19 free, in addition to a valid visa; they are also required to undergo mandatory 14-day quarantine, regardless of nationality and traveller type. Bangladeshi nationals returning can home quarantine if they provide a health certificate. All travellers with a travel history (including transits) from all European countries, with the exception of the UK, are banned from entry. This is in addition to the existing ban on travellers from India, Kuwait, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Bangladeshi nationals are included in the ban. However, those travelling on diplomatic missions and their family members are exempted. Foreigners who are already in Bangladesh with valid visas will have the option of extending their existing visas by three months. International flights are not allowed to land at the Shah Amanat International Airport in Chittagong, until further notice. Foreigners are not allowed to enter via land ports. The ports are: Akhaura, Banglabandha, Benapole, Bhomra, Burimari, Darshana, Hili, Nakugaon, Roumari, Shaola and Tamabil. Bangladeshi nationals returning can home quarantine if they provide a health certificate.

    Internal restrictions:

    Domestic flights are suspended until 30 May. Movement in and out of Dhaka is restricted for everyone except those working in emergency services. Movement restrictions (both entry and exit) also remain in effect in the metropolitan areas of Barisal, Chittagong, Khulna, Mymensingh, Rajshahi, Rangpur and Sylhet divisions. The country-wide shutdown has been further extended until 30 May. The authorities have also asked people to minimise all non-essential movement from 20.00 onwards everyday, during Ramadan. The army has been deployed to assist the local government to stop non-essential movement. Ahead of Eid-ul-Fitr, the government has allowed shopping malls, grocery shops, district level-marketplaces to operate until 17.00 daily. Factory owners involved in export, pharmaceuticals and manufacturing sectors are allowed to resume operations, provided that safety of employees is maintained. Factory workers are required to show valid identification to enter premises. During the lockdown period all manufacturing industries have been allowed to resume operations from now on with safety measures in place for workers. While most forms of transportation such as intercity and commuter busses and trains and ferries have been shut down, public transport operations are expected to resume gradually, depending on the situation. All private offices remain closed until further notice. Education institutions are closed until 30 May. Meanwhile, essential public offices will resume operation in a limited capacity during the lockdown.

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    28.05.2020
  • Bangladesh

    International restrictions:

    International passenger flights to/from all countries, except China, are suspended until 30 May. Cargo, special flights, air ambulances, relief carrying flights and emergency landing aircrafts are outside the purview of the ban. The suspension of visa-on-arrival services has been extended further until 30 May. All foreigners arriving in Bangladesh must submit a health certificate obtained within 72 hours prior to their arrival indicating that they are COVID-19 free, in addition to a valid visa. All travellers arriving in Bangladesh are required to undergo mandatory 14-day quarantine, regardless of nationality and traveller type. All travellers with a travel history (including transits) from all European countries, with the exception of the UK, are banned from entry. This is in addition to the existing ban on travellers from India, Kuwait, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Bangladeshi nationals are included in the ban. However, those travelling on diplomatic missions and their family members are exempted. Foreigners who are already in Bangladesh with valid visas will have the option of extending their existing visas by three months. International flights are not allowed to land at the Shah Amanat International Airport in Chittagong, until further notice. Foreigners are not allowed to enter via land ports. The ports are: Akhaura, Banglabandha, Benapole, Bhomra, Burimari, Darshana, Hili, Nakugaon, Roumari, Shaola and Tamabil. Bangladeshi nationals returning can home quarantine if they provide a health certificate.

    Internal restrictions:

    Domestic flights are suspended until 30 May. Authorities have restricted movement in and out of Dhaka until further notice for everyone except those working in emergency services. Movement restrictions (both entry and exit) also remain in effect in the metropolitan areas of Barisal, Chittagong, Khulna, Mymensingh, Rajshahi, Rangpur and Sylhet divisions. The country-wide shutdown has been further extended until 30 May. The authorities have also asked people to minimise all non-essential movement from 20.00 onwards everyday, during Ramadan. The army has been deployed to assist the local government to stop non-essential movement. Ahead of Eid-ul-Fitr, the government has allowed shopping malls, grocery shops, district level-marketplaces to operate until 17.00 daily. Factory owners involved in export, pharmaceuticals and manufacturing sectors are allowed to resume operations, provided that safety of employees is maintained. Factory workers are required to show valid identification to enter premises. During the lockdown period all manufacturing industries have been allowed to resume operations from now on with safety measures in place for workers. While most forms of transportation such as intercity and commuter busses and trains and ferries have been shut down, public transport operations are expected to resume gradually, depending on the situation. All private offices remain closed until further notice. Education institutions are closed until 30 May. Meanwhile, essential public offices will resume operation in a limited capacity during the lockdown.

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    21.05.2020
  • Bangladesh

    International restrictions:

    International passenger flights to/from all countries, except China, are suspended until 30 May. Cargo, special flights, air ambulances, relief carrying flights and emergency landing aircrafts are outside the purview of the ban. The suspension of visa-on-arrival services has been extended further until 30 May. All foreigners arriving in Bangladesh must submit a health certificate obtained within 72 hours prior to their arrival indicating that they are COVID-19 free, in addition to a valid visa. All travellers arriving in Bangladesh are required to undergo mandatory 14-day quarantine, regardless of nationality and traveller type. All travellers with a travel history (including transits) from all European countries, with the exception of the UK, are banned from entry. This is in addition to the existing ban on travellers from India, Kuwait, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Bangladeshi nationals are included in the ban. However, those travelling on diplomatic missions and their family members are exempted. Foreigners who are already in Bangladesh with valid visas will have the option of extending their existing visas by three months. International flights are not allowed to land at the Shah Amanat International Airport in Chittagong, until further notice. Foreigners are not allowed to enter via land ports. The ports are: Akhaura, Banglabandha, Benapole, Bhomra, Burimari, Darshana, Hili, Nakugaon, Roumari, Shaola and Tamabil. Bangladeshi nationals returning can home quarantine if they provide a health certificate.

    Internal restrictions:

    Domestic flights are suspended until 30 May. Authorities have restricted movement in and out of Dhaka until further notice for everyone except those working in emergency services. Movement restrictions (both entry and exit) also remain in effect in the metropolitan areas of Barisal, Chittagong, Khulna, Mymensingh, Rajshahi, Rangpur and Sylhet divisions. The country-wide shutdown has been further extended until 30 May. The authorities have also asked people to minimise all non-essential movement from 20.00 onwards everyday, during Ramadan. The army has been deployed to assist the local government to stop non-essential movement. Ahead of Eid-ul-Fitr, the government has allowed shopping malls, grocery shops, district level-marketplaces to operate until 17.00 daily. Factory owners involved in export, pharmaceuticals and manufacturing sectors are allowed to resume operations, provided that safety of employees is maintained. Factory workers are required to show valid identification to enter premises. During the lockdown period all manufacturing industries have been allowed to resume operations from now on with safety measures in place for workers. While most forms of transportation such as intercity and commuter busses and trains and ferries have been shut down, public transport operations are expected to resume gradually, depending on the situation. All private offices remain closed until further notice. Education institutions are closed until 30 May. Meanwhile, essential public offices will resume operation in a limited capacity during the lockdown.

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    19.05.2020
  • Bangladesh Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh directed all the airlines to take preparations for resuming domestic flights from May 8 if the coronavirus situation improves. (New Age, 03.05.2020)

    All international and domestic flights are suspended until May 16.

    1. The visa on arrival facility has been suspended for all nationalities.
    2. Flights from Bahrain, Bhutan, Hong Kong (SAR China), India, Kuwait, Malaysia, Maldives, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom are suspended.
    3. Passengers who have been Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden or Switzerland on or after 1 March 2020 are not allowed to enter Bangladesh.
    – This does not apply to passengers traveling on diplomatic missions and their family members.
    4. Nationals of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland who reside outside the EU region or Iran since 29 February 2020 can travel to Bangladesh. They must have a visa.
    5. Passengers who have a valid visa must show a medical certificate (with English translation) obtained within 72 hours of travel. The medical certificate must be submitted upon arrival and must indicate that the passenger does not have any symptoms of COVID-19.
    6. Passengers with Bangladesh origin who do not submit a medical certificate stating that the passenger does not have any symptoms of COVID-19, will be institutionally quarantined in Dhaka for 14 days.
    7. Passengers with Bangladesh origin who submits a medical certificate stating that the passenger does not have any symptoms of COVID-19, will be home quarantined in Dhaka for 14 days. If the medical certificate shows that the passenger has symptoms of COVID-19, they will be institutionally quarantined in Dhaka for 14 days.

    International restrictions:

    International passenger flights to/from all countries, except China, are suspended until 16 May. Cargo, special flights, air ambulances, relief carrying flights and emergency landing aircrafts are outside the purview of the ban.
    All foreigners arriving in Bangladesh must submit a health certificate obtained within 72 hours prior to their arrival indicating that they are COVID-19 free, in addition to a valid visa.
    All travellers arriving in Bangladesh are required to undergo mandatory 14-day quarantine, regardless of nationality and traveller type.
    Visa-on-arrival has been suspended for all travellers regardless of nationality until further notice. This excludes those who already possess a Bangladesh visa.
    All travellers with a travel history (including transits) from all European countries, with the exception of the UK, are banned from entry. This is in addition to the existing ban on travellers from India, Kuwait, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Bangladeshi nationals are included in the ban. However, those travelling on diplomatic missions and their family members are exempted.
    Foreigners who are already in Bangladesh with valid visas will have the option of extending their existing visas by three months.
    International flights are not allowed to land at the Shah Amanat International Airport in Chittagong, until further notice.
    Foreigners are not allowed to enter via land ports. The ports are: Akhaura, Banglabandha, Benapole, Bhomra, Burimari, Darshana, Hili, Nakugaon, Roumari, Shaola and Tamabil.

    Internal restrictions:

    Domestic flights are suspended until 16 May.
    Authorities have restricted movement in and out of Dhaka until further notice for everyone except those working in emergency services. Movement restrictions are extended for entry and exit in Chittagong, Khulna, and Rajshahi metropolitan areas.
    The country-wide shutdown has been further extended until 16 May. The authorities have also asked people to minimise all non-essential movement from 20.00 onwards everyday, during Ramadan. The army has been deployed to assist the local government to stop non-essential movement. Ahead of Eid-ul-Fitr, the government has allowed shopping malls, grocery shops, district level-marketplaces to operate until 17.00 daily.
    Factory owners involved in export, pharmaceuticals and manufacturing sectors are allowed to resume operations, provided that safety of employees is maintained. Factory workers are required to show valid identification to enter premises. During the lockdown period all manufacturing industries have been allowed to resume operations from now on with safety measures in place for workers.
    While most forms of transportation such as intercity and commuter busses and trains and ferries have been shut down, public transport operations are expected to resume gradually, depending on the situation.
    All private office and education institutions are closed until at least 16 May. Meanwhile, essential public offices will resume operation in a limited capacity during the lockdown.

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    10.05.2020
  • Source Foreign travel advice, Gov.UK/
    US State Dept. COVID-19 Country Specific Information/
    COVID Country Tracker/
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