BIMAN Bangladesh Airlines S12 Operation Changes as of 01FEB12

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As per 01FEB12 GDS timetable and inventory display, BIMAN Bangladesh Airlines’ Summer 2012 operation changes, effective 25MAR12, as follows.

Additional changes remain possible:

Dhaka – Abu Dhabi 1 weekly NONSTOP service in both direction to be operated by Boeing 777-300ER, replacing DC10
BG027 DAC1745 – 2045AUH 77W 4
BG028 AUH2215 – 0500+1DAC 77W 4

Dhaka – Bangkok 25MAR12 – 30MAY12 Service reduces from 6 weekly (Day x7) to 5 weekly (Day x37)
Dhaka – Delhi Increases from 2 to 3 weekly, Boeing 737-800 operating
Dhaka – Dammam – Riyadh – Dhaka 3 weekly Boeing 777-300ER service (777-300ER operation begins from 16FEB12 with 2 of 3 weekly by 777, 1 weekly by 747)
Dhaka – Jeddah Boeing 777-300ER operation replaced by DC10/747 from 16FEB12
Dhaka – Kuala Lumpur Capacity increase with Boeing 747 and 777-300ER as well as A310 operating. Service increases from 7 to 8 weekly
25MAR12 – 20SEP12 310 Day 35 747 Day 17 77W Day 246 (KUL departs next day)
21SEP12 – 27OCT12 D10 Day 17 310 Day 35 77W Day 246 (KUL departs next day)

747 Day 4 (D10 from 27SEP12)

BG080 DAC0800 – 1345KUL EQV 4
BG086 DAC1915 – 0010+1KUL EQV D

BG087 KUL0215 – 0400DAC EQV D
BG081 KUL1510 – 1655DAC EQV 4

Dhaka – Muscat Overall service increases from 4 to 5 weekly, with the re-introduction of nonstop flight in both direction once a week with DC10
BG021 DAC2155 – 0020+1MCT D10 6
BG022 MCT0145 – 0810DAC D10 7

Dhaka – Riyadh NONSTOP service in both direction increases from 2 to 3 weekly, operated by Boeing 777-300ER

For European service, BIMAN operates
Dhaka – London Heathrow 1 weekly 777-300ER
Dhaka – London Heathrow – Manchester – Dhaka 2 weekly 777-300ER
Dhaka – Rome – Milan Malpensa – Dhaka 2 weekly 777-300ER

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