Biman Bangladesh Airlines has issued a tender seeking to lease two Boeing 777-300ERs, which may include mid-life aircraft.

Tender documents show that the carrier is seeking delivery of the aircraft on or before 31 May 2019, and intends to lease them for a minimum of five years. At 31 May, the aircraft must be no older than 13 years, and be delivered fresh from a C-check.

It is seeking the aircraft in a 400-seat, dual-class layout, with a preference for sister-ships from the same lessor.

Proposals are due by 20 January.

Flight Fleets Analyzer shows that the airline already operates four 777-300ERs in its fleet of 14 aircraft.

Source: Cirium Dashboard