Two airways, IndiGO and Biman Bangladesh resumed their flights between Dhaka and Kolkata on Sunday. The flights, nonetheless, didn’t function at their full capability. 10% of seats have been left vacant based on the protocol.
Three extra carriers, Air India, US Bangla Airlines and NovoAir will begin their providers on the identical route, later this week. All flights have been ordered to function below the worldwide bubble settlement.
A round was issued by the Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) final week, accepting the Ministry of Civil Aviation of India’s proposal to renew the flights on the Kolkata- Dhaka route.
The flights took off after a four-month-long suspension as a result of lethal second wave of COVID-19 in India. Both, IndiGo and Biman Bangladesh, will fly between Dhaka and Kolkata for 2 days per week.
Bangladesh is a significant participant in boosting the enterprise of Kolkata. The lifting of the suspension comes as a reduction to the big a part of Kolkata’s inhabitants immediately depending on the enterprise travellers from Dhaka.
However, Bangladesh introduced a 14-day necessary house quarantine for passengers travelling from India. The passengers may even be made to take an RT-PCR check for COVID-19.