Civil aviation, tourism gets BDT 2619cr more budget than FY22

Dhaka : The proposed budget allocation for the Ministry of Civil Aviation and Tourism is BDT 7,004 crore for FY23. This is BDT 2619 crore more than the revised budget for the current FY.
The allocation for the ministry was BDT 4,385 crore in FY22 while the proposed allocation was BDT 4,032 crore.
In his budget speech, Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Ka Read more...

Jet fuel price hiked for 15th time in 19 months to BDT 111

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Bangladesh-India bus services resume after two years

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Strong int'l traffic propels continuing air travel recovery

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Civil aviation, tourism gets BDT 2619cr more budget than FY22

Dhaka : The proposed budget allocation for the Ministry of Civil Aviation and Tourism is BDT 7,004 crore for FY23. This is BD Read more...

Bangladesh-India train services resume

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Accelerate Asia-Pacific aviation recovery : IATA

_A Monitor Report
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Tourism can play major role in global pandemic recovery

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Third Terminal may outsource ground handling to third party

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Global air passenger capacity reaches 2022 high

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