National Airline Maldivian To Resume Flights To Dhaka Bangladesh From 09th July
National airline Maldivian’s flight to Dhaka Bangladesh was suspended from 1st July due to the suspension of passenger flights to and from the Maldives by the Bangladeshi government.
The restrictions were enforced in an effort to reduce the COVID19 case spread in the Bangladesh.
Maldivian announced today that flights to Dhaka would resume on 9th July. Maldivian is also operating a flight to Cochin on the 9th.
Passengers from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Georgia, Kuwait, Malaysia, Maldives, Oman, UAE, UK, and Uruguay are now permitted to travel to and from Bangladesh.
Passengers arriving in Bangladesh who have completed two doses of COVID19 vaccination will be required to complete a 14 day home quarantine.
Passengers who are not vaccinated will be required to complete a mandatory 14 day quarantine at government authorized hotel at the passenger’s expense.
If any covid symptoms are found on arrival, the passenger would be sent to a government-authorized hospital for an additional checkup and may have to be isolated at a government facility or a hotel depending on the severity.