Boeing Delivers Second 777-300ER to Biman Bangladesh Airlines
Boeing delivered Biman Bangladesh Airlines’ second 777-300ER (extended range) as part of the airlines’ fleet replacement and modernization program.
Boeing and Bangladesh’s flag carrier partnered with SpaandanB, a non-profit organization that is dedicated to bettering the lives of the less advantaged in Bangladesh, to load 8,500 pounds of relief items such as clothes and school supplies onto the airplane for the delivery flight.
SpaandanB will deliver the aid to areas in Bangladesh affected by harsh winter conditions.
The Bangladesh community across the U.S. including many Bangladeshi employees at Boeing helped to initiate this humanitarian effort. The effort was led by Syed M. Hussain, a 787 engineer at Boeing, who is scheduled to travel with the goods from Everett to Dhaka. Along with Hussain, many employees have volunteered countless hours to make this humanitarian delivery possible.
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