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  • Withdrawal of UK Ban: No cheers for Biman, in fact

    Nearly three weeks after the UK government's withdrawal of the ban on Dhaka-London direct cargo flights, Bangladeshi exporters are yet to reap any benefit from the decision.

  • Not a day too soon

    We welcome the UK government's decision to fully withdraw the two-year-long ban on direct cargo flights from Dhaka to London with immediate effect.

  • Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport

    SI breaches security at Dhaka airport

    A police sub-inspector in uniform boarded a Bangkok-bound flight without any travel documents at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport early yesterday, said airport officials.

  • UK cargo ban 'to be lifted next week'

    The UK government is likely to lift the ban on Dhaka-London direct air cargo early next week, putting forward some “observations”

  • Sloppy job in screening led to cargo ban

    False entries made by an airport screener on the list of checked goods and a casual smoke break taken by another one were the last straw for the UK monitoring team, leading to the temporary ban on Dhaka-London direct air cargo. The Daily Star learnt this from a report of the UK Department for Transport (DfT) and a reliable source in the British High Commission in Dhaka.

  • UK firm asks for Tk 58cr for 6 months

    British company Redline Assured Security has demanded Tk 58 crore for overall security management at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport for six months while negotiation with another British company, Restrata, was going on yesterday.

  • Efforts on to get UK cargo ban lifted

    Bangladesh has launched hectic efforts at home and abroad for the withdrawal of UK's ban on all direct cargo flights from Dhaka to London.

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