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The 8 largest airports and airlines in Bangladesh

Further information is provided on the 8 biggest airports in Bangladesh. At Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport alone, 29 airlines operate and serve flights to and from 33 destinations.

Out of the five airlines of the country we have listed biggest 5. Biman Bangladesh Airlines is leading here with a total of 25 flight destinations.

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The biggest airports in Bangladesh

IATANameCityAirlinesDestinations
DACHazrat Shahjalal International AirportDhaka2933
CGPShah Amanat International AirportChittagong810
ZYLOsmany International AirportSylhet41
CXBCox's Bazar AirportCox's Bazar31
JSRJessore AirportJashahor31
BZLBarisal AirportBarisal11
RJHShah Mokhdum AirportRajshahi11
SPDSaidpur AirportSaidpur12


Freight volume

In 2020, a total of 117.79 million ton-kilometers (= total mass transported in tons multiplied by kilometers traveled) of cargo was moved by air in Bangladesh.

The biggest airlines based in Bangladesh

The largest airline in the country with scheduled passenger traffic and in terms of fleet size is Biman Bangladesh Airlines. It flies to 25 domestic and international airports. It currently has a fleet of 21 aircrafts. The main airlines for civil passenger traffic in Bangladesh are:

IATANameCallsignFleet sizeDestinations
BGBiman Bangladesh AirlinesBangladesh2125
5ZBismillah AirlinesBismillah1816
BSUS-Bangla AirlinesBangla Star1720
VQNovoairNovo Air78
2AAir AstraCapella23

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