With the addition of this flight, SIA will operate passenger flights to 37 destinations across the globe
Singapore Airlines (SIA) is set to resume its passenger flights on Dhaka-Singapore route from October 20.
Every Tuesday and Thursday passengers can travel to these cities on Airbus A350-900 aircraft, according to a press release.
With the addition of this flight, SIA will operate passenger flights to 37 destinations across the globe.
SIA has been operating regular (PACC) Passenger Aircraft Carrying Cargo flights on the Dhaka-Singapore route since May 18 to facilitate international trade.
The reinstated passenger flights are scheduled to leave Dhaka on Tuesday and Thursday at 23:55 arriving Singapore at 06:05(+1).
From Singapore the flights are scheduled to departure on same days at 20:35 and will arrive Dhaka at 22:40.
More information regarding Health and Safety Measures by SIA, Passenger eligibility for travel, Quarantine and Health Certificate requirements can be found at the following website: https://www.singaporeair.com/en_UK/bd/plan-travel/local-promotions/customer-experience/customer-experience-dac/