The Turkish Airlines has decided to increase its flight frequency on Istanbul-Dhaka-Istanbul route to five weekly flight from today.
“From tomorrow, the Turkish airlines will operate flight from Dhaka to Istanbul on every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday,” a press release issued by Turkish Airlines.
The airline is operating Istanbul-Dhaka-Istanbul flight through Boeing Dreamliner 787-9, the press release added.
It also requested all passengers to follow health and travel guidelines of Turkish airlines available at its website.
The Turkish airlines continued its operation on Dhaka sector on July 17 with three weekly flights after approximately four months suspension because of COVID-19 pandemic.
On March 21, the CAAB first imposed a ban on commercial international flight operation to and from 10 countries – Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Turkey, Malaysia, Oman and Singapore – because of the pandemic.
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