Airports in Bangladesh

There are currently three international airports in Bangladesh. Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka, Shah Amanat International Airport in Chittagong and Osmani International Airport in Sylhet. All three international airports have direct connections to a number of destinations in the Middle East while Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport has services to the wider Asian region and Europe. In addition to the international airports there are also five domestic airports in Barisal, Cox's Bazar, Jessore, Rajshahi and Saidpur with almost all services from these airports either bound for or originating from Dhaka.

Bangladesh has 3 international airports, 6 domestic airports and 6 STOL (Short Take-off and Landing) ports, with 1 new domestic airport under construction. It also has several airstrips, some built during the World War II. This is a list of airports in Bangladesh, grouped by type and sorted by location. All airports are operated and maintained by the Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh. Bangladesh, officially the People's Republic of Bangladesh, is a country in South Asia. It is bordered by India on all sides except for a small border with Burma (Myanmar) to the far southeast and by the Bay of Bengal to the south. Its capital and largest city is Dhaka. This includes a list of airports in Bangladesh. The list includes commercially used, former, flying schools, military bases. This list contains the following some information. Biman Bangladesh Airlines staff are trained to provide quick and efficient check-in. If your travel takes you through Dhaka for a connecting flight, you will be met by representatives to assist you with flight connections upon arrival. If passengers require any special assistance to their departure gates, we will be happy to escort you to the gate it’s for Biman Bangladesh Airlines. Biman Bangladesh Airlines provides cargo services worldwide.
Cities and airport:

Location served
ICAO
IATA
Airport Division
Airport name
International airports
Dhaka
VGHS
DAC
Dhaka Division
Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport
Chittagong
VGEG
CGP
Chittagong Division
Shah Amanat International Airport
Sylhet
VGSY
ZYL
Sylhet Division
Osmani International Airport
Domestic airports
Rajshahi
VGRJ
RJH
Rajshahi Division
Shah Makhdum Airport
Jessore
VGJR
JSR
Khulna Division
Jessore Airport
Saidpur
VGSD
SPD
Rangpur Division
Saidpur Airport
Cox's Bazar
VGCB
CXB
Chittagong Division
Cox's Bazar Airport
Barisal
VGBR
BZL
Barisal Division
Barisal Airport
Ishwardi Upazila
VGIS
IRD
Rajshahi Division
Ishwardi Airport
Bagerhat

KHL
Khulna Division
Khan Jahan Ali Airport (under construction)
Tejgaon
VGTJ

Dhaka Division
Tejgaon Airport
STOL (Short Take-off and Landing) ports
Comilla
VGCM
CLA
Chittagong Division
Comilla STOLport
Bogra
VGBG
BGG
Rajshahi Division
Bogra STOLport (under construction)
Thakurgaon
VGSG
TKR
Rangpur Division
Thakurgaon STOLport
Lalmonirhat
VGLM
LLJ
Rangpur Division
Lalmonirhat STOLport
Shamshernagar
VGSH
ZHM
Sylhet Division
Shamshernagar STOLport
Noakhali


Chittagong Division
Noakhali Airport (under construction)
Unused Airports
Bay of Bengal / Sandwip

SDW
Chittagong Division
Sandwip Airport
Chakaria


Chittagong Division
Chokoria Airport
Feni


Chittagong Division
Feni Airport
Ghatail


Dhaka Division
Rajendrapur Airport
Maulvi Bazar


Sylhet Division
Maulvi Bazar Airport
Rasulpur


Chittagong Division/Dhaka
Rasulpur Airport
Sirajganj

SAJ
Rajshahi Division
Sirajganj Airport
Bajitpur


Dhaka Division
Bajitpur Airport
Patuakhali


Barisal Division
Patuakhali Airport

Biman Bangladesh Airlines is the national airlines of Bangladesh which commenced operation in 1972. The other Bangladeshi registered passenger airlines are NovoAir, Regent Airways and United Airways. All four of these airlines have a hub at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka and operate both domestic and international flights Dhaka, with the exception of NovoAir which only offers domestic services.