Bangladeshi officials say pilots and other employees of the state-run airline Bangladesh Biman have called off their one-day strike after the government agreed to meet their demands.
A spokesman for the airlines says the pilots returned to work on Tuesday after they were promised a pay raise and reinstatement of a senior pilot who was forced to retire last year.
The strike had brought the country's main international airport in Dhaka to a standstill and left thousands of passengers stranded.
It also forced many international airlines to suspend flights or divert them to airports outside Bangladesh.
Matiur Rahman Choudhury has more on the story.