From Boxing Day onwards, Biman Bangladesh Airlines will resume flights from Manchester to Dhaka and Sylhet.
Until March 28, the airline aims to fly twice a week utilizing Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft.
Return economy fares begin at £680, with business class fares beginning at £1,796.
The inaugural flight will take off from Manchester on Sunday, and from 30th December on Fridays and Mondays.
Karen Smart, the managing director of Manchester Airport, said: “There has been significant demand for a direct service to Bangladesh for many years, so when the route returned in 2019 it was greatly received.
“It is therefore really positive news to see the route return as the aviation sector begins its road to recovery.
“Within our catchment area there are many long-standing Bangladeshi communities for whom this will make a massive difference.
“There is also a great number of northern companies who trade with Bangladesh, and many more with a desire to do so, meaning this route is a real boost for them and will unlock and enable many business opportunities.”
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