Over 340 stranded Canadians leave Bangladesh

11 May 2020 11:14 AM
The Canadian Superior Commission is assessing whether there will do demand for your final flight

At least 340 Canadians, stranded in Bangladesh as a result of global travel restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic, have left for real estate on a particular chartered flight.

The 3rd special flight arranged by the Canadian Superior Commission in Bangladesh departed Dhaka on Sunday, carrying the stranded Canadians citizens and long lasting residents.

The Qatar Airways airline flight is coming to Toronto, via Doha. 

Up to now, the three flights have allowed more than 760 Canadians to come back home, with all travellers expected to purchase or reimburse their tickets.

The Canadian Great Commission happens to be assessing whether there will do demand for a fourth and final assisted flight from Bangladesh to Canada. 

In a news release signed by the Canadian High Commissioner in Bangladesh Benoit Préfontaine, Canada has expressed its gratitude to all or any government authorities involved in addition to Qatar Airways because of their continued support.