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Last Updated on: August 4, 2018
Departure
(Kolkata)
Airlines Days Arrival
(Dhaka)
Flight Num
AI 023 Air-India Daily 19:00 20:20
IX-912 Air-Indian-Express Mo/We/Fr/Sa 17:20 18:40
BG92 Biman-Bangladesh Mo/We/Th/Sa/Su 11:05 12:30
BG96 Biman-Bangladesh Mo/Th/Fr/Su 19:40 21:05
BG96 Biman-Bangladesh Mo/We/Sa 21:10 22:40
9W-274 Jet-Airways Daily 07:45 09:05


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