The return of the Italy expatriates did not allay fears

Italian expatriates stranded in Bangladesh are still worried about returning to their workplaces.
Every day they are contacting the embassy as well as inquiring about domestic and foreign airlines.
However, Turkish Airlines is trying to alleviate their fears.
They will be able to return to Turkish Airlines.
To that end, Turkish Airlines authorities have started selling tickets with conditions.

On the other hand, Biman Bangladesh Airlines has decided to operate a flight on the Dhaka-Rome route in the last week of this month.

According to a press release issued by the airline, according to the Italian embassy in Dhaka, any Bangladeshi citizen with a valid resident card issued before July 9 can travel to Italy within 72 hours of entering the country with a COVID-free medical certificate.

Quarantine observance is mandatory under the control of the Healthcare Authority for 14 days from the date of entry of the traveling passengers.
At the same time, citizens have been instructed to use private vehicles instead of buses or trams to reach their respective destinations from the airport.
Passengers of Turkish Airlines who are able to meet the conditions will be given a new flight date by changing the previous flight cancellation ticket date.
Those who wish will be given priority service based on the validity of their valid resident card. In that case, in the first phase, the passengers who are about to expire before November 30 have been requested to contact their respective travel agencies or the Turkish Airlines office in Dhaka.
Turkish Airlines authorities are obliged to periodically change the tickets of all passengers whose resident cards are about to expire.

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