Satisfied with the improvement of security standards, Australia has lifted its five-year ban on direct cargo flights from Bangladesh.
It’s a long-awaited measure applauded by top exporters, after the country, with several others including the UK and EU, imposed the ban in December 2015, citing inadequate security at Bangladeshi airports.
The Australian High Commissioner in Dhaka, Jeremy Bruer, yesterday told Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh chairman Mafidur Rahman an amendment to the policy was underway.
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