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Aircraft leased to carry Hajj pilgrims arrives at ZIA
12/10/2005
 

          A Boeing 747-300 leased for transportation of Hajj pilgrims landed in Zia International Airport Friday. A Biman press release said that the 576-seat aircraft is expected to start flying Hajj pilgrims from December 11 as part of the 86 flights to be conducted by Biman. Another 387-seated airbus 330-300 leased from the Air Cros will arrive at ZIA on December 12, Biman sources said. Besides, Biman will carry a good number of Hajj pilgrims through its scheduled flights also. Prime Minister Khaleda Zia will inaugurate the first Hajj flight with 274 ballottee hajj pilgrims scheduled to take off for Jeddah tomorrow at 11 am. BDNEWS

 

 
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