British Airways, one of the world’s leading airlines, wants to resume operations in Dhaka.
The Bangladesh Civil Aviation Authority is considering the company’s request to transport passengers on the Dhaka-London route.
The government believes that the resumption of operations of these airlines will have a positive impact on the country’s investment and will allay the fears of various countries and organizations regarding the security of the airport.
On March 29, 2009, British Airways suspended flights on the Dhaka-London route after 34 consecutive years of flights.
Senior Secretary of the Ministry of Civil Aviation and Tourism. Muhibul Haque said, ‘The application of British Airways is being considered by the Civil Aviation Authority.
One of the reasons for their return is the development of security at Shahjalal International Airport and the increase in service quality.
Airport security is better now than ever before.