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Last return Hajj flight of Biman reaches ZIA
2/16/2006
 

          Biman Bangladesh Airlines brought the last batch of hajj pilgrims back home early Wednesday. Biman sources said some 206 pilgrims arrived at the Zia International Airport (ZIA) by a Biman flight of BG-480 at about 3:40am. High Biman officials were present at the airport to receive them.
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