Direct flights from Dhaka to Narita will begin on September 1 with Biman.

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Biman Bangladesh Airways is launching its direct flights Dhaka-Narita (Tokyo) direct flight from September 1, 2023, Shafiul Azim, managing director and CEO of the nationwide flag service, knowledgeable UNB.

The Biman CEO acknowledged that the inaugural flight will take off from Dhaka’s Hazrat Shahjalal Worldwide Airport on September 1 at 11:45pm and attain Narita Worldwide Airport in Japan on September 2 at 9:15am native time.

The flight, BG-377, from Narita Worldwide Airport to Dhaka will take off on the similar day.

Azim acknowledged Biman direct flights from Dhaka to Narita will depart every Friday, Monday and Wednesday at 11:45pm and from Narita to Dhaka, every Saturday, Tuesday and Thursday at 11am.

Biman Bangladesh Airways started selling tickets for the Dhaka-Narita (Tokyo) direct flights from July 25. The minimal one-way fare on the route is Tk 70,828 and return ticket price is Tk 1,11,656 per passenger.

Biman offered a discount on the occasion of the inauguration of direct flights on the Dhaka-Narita route. The actual low value was on till August 15.

On the time, the minimal one-way fare on Dhaka-Narita route was Tk 49,100 and return tickets have been Tk 84,496 per passenger. Lots of the opening flight tickets have already been provided.

In keeping with Biman, the number of Bangladeshis residing in Japan should not be important. Japanese nationals engaged in quite a few development initiatives in Bangladesh are primarily anticipated to be passengers on the route.

The Biman CEO acknowledged, “In a short time we will start a 24-hour title centre following the worldwide system. Passengers could have the power to get all the updated knowledge on direct flights across the clock.”

As part of the ‘Wise Bangladesh’ goal, automated baggage system will in all probability be launched shortly, the Biman Bangladesh Airways CEO acknowledged. “Not even 1kg of extra baggage will in all probability be allowed. The automated baggage system will in all probability be purposeful from September 1.”

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