The United Kingdom is set to operate four chartered flights for taking stranded British visitors to London from Dhaka, British high commissioner Robert Chatterton Dickson said in a message on Saturday.
The first flight will run on Tuesday the 21st of April, and there will be flights on the 23rd, the 25th, and the 26th of April, he said.
The British High Commission also arranged shuttle flights to take people from Sylhet to Dhaka to meet the onward flights to the UK.
The air travel price per head will be £600 whether the passengers start for the UK from Dhaka or Sylhet.
The high commissioner suggested potential travellers to book these flights through Corporate Travel Management (CTM), the travel management partner of the British High Commission.
Potential travellers will find details on how you can book with CTM on social media of the high commission and travel advice website.