Biman Bangladesh Airlines is going to bring back the stranded Bangladeshis home from London on June 13. The government of Bangladesh in coordination with Bangladesh High Commission in the United Kingdom (UK) has arranged second chartered flight from London to take its citizens who have been stuck in the UK due to international flight suspension in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic.
The special Biman aircraft will depart from Terminal 2 of Heathrow Airport at 10 am (London time) on June 13 carrying stranded Bangladeshi nationals, a press release issued by Bangladesh High Commission in the UK has reported today.
Bangladesh High Commission in London has requested the Bangladesh citizens, eager to return home, to go to this link – https://forms.gle/qFXRvriFCLUUVV857 and get registered themselves to secure their seats. Only the passengers registered with the High Commission can travel on this special flight.
The passengers must have valid Bangladeshi passports and NVR. And as for the passport holders of other countries, they should have a valid visa and COVID-19 negative medical certificates.
Seat arrangement of the flight will be allocated maintaining social distancing while the ticket prices were fixed at 600 pounds for economy class and 1435 pounds for business class.
The High Commission suggested the passengers take visas from London as the on-arrival visa system is suspended at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport, Dhaka.