Biman Bangladesh Airlines (Dhaka) has four Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners on order.
The company is now planning to add two new Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft to the aircraft fleet in 2018 as it celebrates its 46th anniversary.
On January 4, 2018 the airline celebrated its 46th anniversary. Biman’s journey began on January 4, 1972.
The new Dreamliner aircraft will have 24 business class seats and a total of 271 seats, including 277 economy classes.
The airline is expanding its network to Guangzhou, one of the most important business cities of China this year, the capital of Sri Lanka’s capital, Colombo, and Maldives capital Male.
Currently, there are 4 Boeing 777-300 ERs, 2 Boeing 777-200 ERs, 2 Boeing 737-800s, 2 Bombardier Q400s and 1 Airbus A330 aircraft in the fleet.
Above Image: The 2009 livery (with the 787 shown) was briefly adopted but quickly rejected by the government. Aircraft were reverted back to the previous less-controversial livery (top).
The airline now operates to 15 international and 7 domestic airports.
Images: Boeing/Biman Bangladesh Airlines.
Biman Bangladesh aircraft slide show: