Flight operation between Bangladesh and India is likely to resume tomorrow under the air bubble agreement signed between the two countries to facilitate the movement of passengers and goods.
“Hopefully, flights with India will start from September 4. Flights will operate between the two countries under an air bubble agreement,” State Minister for Civil Aviation and Tourism Mohammad Mahbub Ali told journalists at the airport on Thursday.
Regarding the conditions, Chairman of Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh, Air Vice Marshal M Mafidur Rahman, said, “The conditions will be announced in a circular. We hope to be able to issue a circular by Thursday night (September 2).”