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About Biman Bangladesh Airlines

Biman Bangladesh Airlines, popularly known as Biman, is the national airline of Bangladesh.

The airline's main hub is at Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka and it also operates flights from its secondary hubs at Shah Amanat International Airport in Chittagong and Osmani International Airport in Sylhet.

Biman Bangladesh Airlines flies to many destinations including London, Kuwait, Dammam, Doha, Riyadh, Jeddah, Muscat, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Kathmandu, Kolkata, Dhaka, Jessoire, Rajshah, Sylhet, Saioput, Barisat, Chittagog, Co's Baxar, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Bangkok and Yangon. Biman Bangladesh Airlines has hubs in Chittagong and Sylhet (Osmani International Airport) and as well as the regular leisure, business and cargo business, Biman Air's operations is the Hajj flights that it runs to and from Mecca in Saudi Arabia.

Biman Bangladesh Airlines provides international passenger and cargo services to its destinations; as of April 2015, it has air service agreements with 42 countries, but flies to just 16 of them. The carrier is currently facing stiff competition from a number of domestic Bangladeshi private airlines as well as some international carriers, which offer greater flexibility targeting Bangladesh's air transport sector which is experiencing an 8% annual growth rate, thanks to a large number of tourists and non-resident Bangladeshi travellers.

A member of IATA, Biman Bangladesh Airlines flies passengers and cargo to 18 international destinations in Asia and Europe. It goes to most of the destinations directly or via a stopover. Convenient transfer connections from Dhaka to regional destinations are easily available.



The Fleet

Biman Bangladesh Airlines' fleet consists of A310s, B737s, B777s, B787s and Bombardier Dash 8. Biman signed an agreement with Egypt Air Holding Company for dry lease of two 777-200ER aircraft, which were added to the fleet as of March 2014.

In addition to its own aircraft, Biman’s ground-handling unit also provides support to Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways, Malaysia Airlines, Qatar Airways, Emirates, Kuwait Airways, Oman Air, Saudia, Gulf Air, PIA, Indian Airlines, Dragon Air(also known as Cathay Dragon), Druk Air, Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport, Dhaka.




Checked Baggage

Biman Bangladesh entitles passengers to 30kg of checked baggage for Business Class, 20kg for Economy Class and 10kg for infants.

In Business Class, the 30kgs is limited to a maximum of two pieces.The sum of the 3 dimensions (length + breadth + height) must not exceed 62 inches or 158 centimeters for each piece.The maximum weight permissible for a single piece of baggage is 30 Kgs.

In Economy Class, the free baggage allowance of 20Kgs is limited to a maximum of two pieces.

Carry-on Baggage

Each passenger is entitled to one piece of carry-on baggage, either a handbag or laptop with maximum weight of 7kg.



Frequent Flyer Program

Biman Bangladesh Airlines has a Frequent Flyer Program with tiered benefits, lots of special offers and mileage rewards earned on every Biman flight.

Biman Loyalty Club members can now earn miles for the bookings class and the number of miles of travelled on all Biman operated flights for the following categories: Domestic Flights - 100 miles, London, ROme, Frankfurt - 5000 miles, Bangkok and Delhi - 1000.

There are three tiers to the frequent flyer program: Green Member, Silver Member and Gold Member.

Green Members: This is open and free membership for everybody with no minimum requirements.

Gold members: members receive the best seats on the aircraft and if possible an empty seat next to you. Advanced seating reservation can be chosen allowing you to select the right seat before check-in. In order to qualify for a Gold Membership, you need to have 75,000 miles per year. To maintain Gold status you will need to fly 75,000 miles. You will receive a Gold welcome pack with exclusive present and invitations to VIP events, new personal Gold card, two personal baggage cards and a welcome letter from the CEO.

Silver members: For the Silver Member,You need to have 50,000 miles per year to become a Silver Biman Loyalty Club member. You will receive a personal Silver card and a letter from the CEO. To maintain Silver status you will need to fly 50,000 miles.



The Fleet

The airline operates a fleet of the following aircraft:

Airbus A310-300

Boeing 777-300ER

Boeing 737-800

Bombardier Dash 8Q400

Boeing 777-200ER



Hub Airport

Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport

Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport is the largest airport in Bangladesh. Operated and maintained by the Civil Aviation Authority, Bangladesh, it is also used by the Bangladesh Air Force. Located in Kurmitola in northern Dhaka, it started operations in 1980, taking over as the country's sole international airport from Tejgaon Airport. It is the hub of all Bangladeshi airlines, including Biman Bangladesh Airlines, United Airways, Regent Airways, Novoair and US-Bangla Airlines. Airlines that fly from and to Hazrat ShahjalalInternationalAirport include Etihad, Emirates, QatarJetLite, and United.



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24th April2019

Flights to resume from Dhaka to Delhi

Biman Bangladesh Airlines will have flights resuming again from Dhaka to Dehli after 5 years of suspension, starting from the 13th May.

Prior to the suspension of its flight operations on 17 April, Jet Airwayswas the only airline to fly between Delhi and Dhaka.