Biman Bangladesh Airlines has taken delivery of its first Boeing 787-8. The Bangladeshi flag carrier ordered four of the type in 2008. The second aircraft will arrive in the Asian nation later this year and the remaining two in September 2019. Their arrival will mark the conclusion of a complete re-fleeting exercise that has seen the carrier replace several elderly types. In 2014, it was the last remaining national carrier to retire the McDonnell Douglas DC-10. The airline now operates an ...

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