Biman special flight to bring back passengers, crews from Myanmar

Prothom Alo English Desk | Update:

Dash-8 airliner of Biman Bangladesh Airlines after it crash landed at Yangon airport. Photo: CollectedA special flight of Biman Bangladesh Airlines has left for Yangon to bring back passengers and crew injured during last week's crash landing, reports UNB.

The flight left Dhaka around 3:30pm on Friday, said Shakil Meraj, Biman's general manager (public relations).

After completing formalities, it will fly back with four passengers, two pilots, two cabin crew and two ground engineers to Dhaka at night, he added.

The fight is scheduled to back home around 10:00pm Friday.

A Biman flight from Dhaka skidded off the runway while landing at Yangon Airport on Wednesday evening due to inclement weather, injuring a number of people on board.

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