Biman and US-Bangla Airlines yesterday decided to resume their flights on Dhaka-Muscat-Dhaka route from October 2 and 1 respectively.
Both Biman and US-Bangla will operate two weekly scheduled flights on this Middle Eastern destination in compliance with all the health guidelines.
The national flag carrier will operate its flights on Mondays and Fridays, Biman Managing Director and CEO Mokabbir Hossain said in a message.
US-Bangla Airlines will operate flights on Mondays and Thursdays to Muscat, the airlines said in a release.
Flight of US-Bangla Airlines is scheduled to leave Dhaka at 10pm on Mondays and Thursdays. The return flight from Muscat will leave at 2pm (local time) for Dhaka.
With the resumption of Muscat route from October 1, Biman so far resumed its regular flight operations on Kuala Lumpur, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, London and Doha routes.
The national airliner is also scheduled to resume regular flight operations to Saudi Arabia from October 1.