Biman Bangladesh Airlines
Biman Bangladesh Airlines is the national carrier in Bangladesh and is one of the most-well connected airlines in the country.
The airline is based out of Shahjalal International Airport, Dhaka from where it flies all to all airports in Bangladesh from.
Other than Shahjalal International, the airline has secondary hubs at Shah Amanat International and Osmani International.
From Shahjalal International, Biman Bangladesh flies domestically to Cox's Bazar and Dhaka. And from Osmani International, it flies domestically to Dhaka.
Biman Bangladesh Airlines also flies internationally to destinations across the rest of Asia, Europe and the US.
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NovoAir is based at Shahjalal International Airport, Dhaka and flies to all airports in Bangladesh from there.
Other than domestic flights, the airline also flies to India and Myanmar
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Regent Airways hub airport is at Shahjalal International Airport, Dhaka, from which it flies to four different destinations in Bangladesh four different destinations Chittagong, Cox's Bazar, Saidpur and Jessore.
The airline also has a secondary hub at Shah Amanat International Airport, from which it offers regular flights to/from Dhaka.
Aside from domestic flights, Regent Airways also flies to India, Malaysia, Nepal, Qatar, Singapore, Thailand and Saudi Arabia.
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The airline is based at Shahjalal International Airport, from which it flies to all airports in Bangladesh from.
US-Bangla Airlines has a strong focus on providing regular flights from Shahjalal International to Shah Amanat International, Chittagong and also offers flights between Chittagong and Cox's Bazar Airport.
Other than destinations within Bangladesh, US-Bangla Airlines flies to international destinations in China, India, Malaysia, Oman, Singapore and Thailand.