Bangladesh-India Flights Might Resume Next Week On Limited Scale

by Tania Tarafdar
Bangladesh-India Flights Might Resume Next Week On Limited Scale

Bangladesh suspended operating international flights on April 14 after the country was struck by the Covid second wave. Now it’s likely to resume air communication with India on a limited scale. Under the air bubble agreement, passengers of the two countries cannot visit any other country after landed in either India and Bangladesh. So, travellers, Bangladesh-India flights might resume next week on a limited scale.

UAE Suspended Travellers From Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal & Sri Lanka

The UAE’s National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority and Civil Aviation tweeted: “Suspension of entry for travelers from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka on national and foreign flights, also for transit passengers, with the exception of transit flights traveling to UAE and bound for these countries.”

Apart from India, these countries have also seen a spike in the number of cases in the last few days. The travel restriction is applicable to all travelers who were in Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, and Sri Lanka in the last 14 days before coming to the UAE.

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One-Way Flights From UAE To These Countries Will Be Operational

However, flights between UAE and these countries will continue to operate, allowing passengers to travel from UAE to these countries. However, the UAE has exempted some categories from this travel suspension which include UAE citizens, official delegations, diplomatic missions, business planes, and Golden Residence holders.

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Kuwait Also Suspends Flights From Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal & Sri Lanka

Kuwait has also suspended flights, and barred entry to travellers, from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka until further notice to contain the spread of the coronavirus. To enter Kuwait from the four countries, people must have been in another country for at least 14 days beforehand.

However, travelers in the exempted category will also have to follow certain precautionary measures that include a Covid-19 negative test result only valid for 48 hours. Got your tickets book to UAE in the upcoming days? Follow up with your airline and request them to change or reschedule your flights to ensure you safely return to your final destination without any delay.