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CAAB’s support to flights that use Myanmar airspace

  • Published at 09:32 pm February 8th, 2021
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A press release was issued in this regard on Monday

The Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) has been providing support to flights that use Myanmar’s airspace following the shutdown of all air travel to and from the country by its army.

CAAB, with the help of neighbouring countries, is ensuring smooth and safe air traffic control service to airlines crossing Myanmar’s airspace, said a press release issued in this regard on Monday.


Also Read- Myanmar shuts down all flights in country


“CAAB is paying special attention to this issue,” the release read.

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