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Most Out-of-date Airline Schedules On Airline Site

Sun Apr 20, 2008 11:24 am

Biman Bangladesh:

http://www.bangladeshonline.com/biman/flights.htm

28 March to 30th Oct, 1999.

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RE: Most Out-of-date Airline Schedules On Airline

Sun Apr 20, 2008 11:29 am



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Biman Bangladesh Airlines has two types of international flights.

Departure flights
Arrival flights

I am shocked! They really have Departure AND Arrival flights!!!  bightumbsup 

Summer 1999, yes that's indeed really "out- of- date"....

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RE: Most Out-of-date Airline Schedules On Airline

Sun Apr 20, 2008 8:08 pm

If it wasn't for the fact that they have broken most of their aircraft now and had to hire a 742 in, then I'd wonder if it was still in use as a current timetable!  rotfl 
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RE: Most Out-of-date Airline Schedules On Airline

Sun Apr 20, 2008 8:16 pm

LOL.  

On a different note, Bimanair.co.uk isn't too bad for getting up fares now. Can get, for example, LHR-DXB-DAC-BKK-SIN for about £489 all-in return. Pretty good, especially if you can get on the D10 (i.e. DAC-BKK-SIN). But I don't think I'd do that. Instead, I'd probably fly domestically to get on the F28, 310 and D10 (e.g. DAC-CGP; about £34 one-way all-in), and maybe fly CCU-DAC (about £50 one-way all-in). Hmm. Or if I couldn't get to Bangladesh, maybe fly BKK-SIN (about £50 one-way all-in, or £86 or so return all-in) to get on the D10. Hmm. You know what, I'd love to go to Nepal and do some mountain flying. Was looking at some photos of Lukla Airport. Amazing!   Perhaps fly from DAC to KTM. Hmm... Far, far too many options!  

For video on Lukla Airport: http://www.airliners.net/aviation-fo...eneral_aviation/read.main/3946364/

A.net has some cool photos from there.

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