Another Eid is nearing, and Dhaka dwellers are planning to leave the city and head home for the holiday. The country is celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr with a nine-day holiday – giving people the perfect opportunity to spend time with their near and dear ones outside the capital, at home, or at tourist destinations. People in Dhaka can move around with relative ease; however, holiday-makers are expected to face a difficult situation.
Jet fuel price has shot up again from last week – for the 13th hike in 17 months – causing severe blow to the already struggling Bangladeshi aviation industry.
People have now resumed international travelling, although cautiously. With the emergence of a new, more contagious variant, Omicron, however, countries are placing new restrictions on travellers, making international travelling even more uncertain, more hectic
Despite restrictions being lifted and things returning to normal, times are still uncertain with new variants of the virus rising up every other month. With these concerns in mind, there are certain guidelines that you ought to know while travelling outside of the country.
Qatar's international airport is to charge passengers an exit tax as the energy-reliant emirate adjusts to falling oil prices.
Citing security concerns, United Kingdom has suspended direct cargo flights from Dhaka’s Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport.
Flights from the UK to the US could take longer due to the changes in the climate, according to a new study.