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Dhaka to Chittagong Flights Information:-

Every year, thousands of visitors come to Chittagong for both business and pleasure. Take a break or go on a much-needed trip with flights from Dhaka to Chittagong on GlobalMileage. You will be able to browse famous airlines that fly to Chittagong, verify the best time to visit, and preview the attractions that Chittagong has to offer before you arrive when you use GlobalMileage. Take advantage of the best prices and attractions in Chittagong by booking a flight from Dhaka to Chittagong now! Booking a flight ticket from Dhaka to Chittagong is easier and effortless with GlobalMileage. Whether you're traveling one-way, nonstop, or round-trip, we'll help you to find the best flight. If you want flexibility with your itinerary, book a one-way flight to Chittagong. Choose a round-trip flight if you want to get the best price. You may use GlobalMileage search options to find available flights and hotel rooms and then make your booking quickly and easily online while you're on the go. So pack your luggage, make a must-see list, and book your flight to Chittagong with GlobalMileage today!

Cost Information

A flight from Dhaka to Chittagong costs as little as 3200, with prices ranging from 3200 to 9200 depending on the route, booking time, and availability. It is recommended that you book a round-trip flight because it is always more affordable.

Flight Details

There are 12 flights each day between Chittagong (CGP) and Dhaka (DAC) on average. Biman Bangladesh, Novoair, and US-Bangla Airlines are some of the most prominent airlines that fly from Dhaka to Chittagong. The time of departure ranges from 8:00 a.m. to 10:55 p.m. The first flight leaves at 8:00 a.m., and the last flight leaves at 8:55 p.m. This, of course, depends on when you fly, so check the complete flight schedule above to see which departure times are available on your selected travel dates. You have the option of flying in Business Class or Economy Class. This route does not provide First Class or Premium Economy (at least not nonstop). The fastest direct flight from Chittagong to Dhaka takes 55 minutes. By plane, the distance between Chittagong and Dhaka is 142 miles or 229 kilometers.

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Airport Contact Information

House #11/A, Road #10, Sector #01, Uttara, Dhaka 1230, Bangladesh

Tel: +880 (0)2 896 0825 | +880 (0)2 895 4233



  1. What is the address for booking flight tickets?
    • For booking a flight ticket go to Airline offices and travel agencies. For more details dial +880 1762 2020 21.
  2. Are changing benefits available for babies?
    • Yes, of course.
  3. Is it possible to get the same ticket price from a travel agency or airline office?
    • Yes, they are both the same price.
  4. Is it possible to take packaged food?
    • Yes, but make sure it's packaged properly.
  5. Is purchasing a flight ticket from an airline office or a travel agency more convenient?
    • From our point of view, a travel agency would be more convenient. While airlines have a certain number of locations, travel agents have a large number. Anywhere a traveler goes, they will come across a travel agent.
  6. What is the process for booking a flight ticket?
    • Travelers can purchase flight tickets in two ways: in an airline's office or a travel agency, or online through the airline's website.
  7. Is it possible to find flight tickets price online?
    • Travelers can easily find all airline ticket prices from an online travel service, such as GlobalMileage, and select the best low-cost airfare offer for them.

About Dhaka

Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, gleams with a distinct ancient world beauty. Dhaka, located on the banks of the Buriganga River, is marked by nature's mesmerizing beauty. There are rich tropical jungles, vast mountain ranges, beautiful tea plantations, and blue-green lakes to be found. Dhaka is crisscrossed with hundreds of rivers, glistening meadows, and rich foliage. Dhaka is a place of historical relics, where one may locate beautiful remnants of Buddhist civilizations. The city specializes in textile and jute commerce, and it is one of the main exporters of handicrafts. Among many other modes of transportation, such as airplanes, buses, trains, automobiles, cycle rickshaws, and taxis, boats or ferries are the most entertaining, significant, and favored alternative. Ferries depart and arrive at the Sadarghat port in Old Dhaka. Then there are the Rocket Steamers, which run many times a week to Barisal and Khulna. Chandpur, which is about 3-4 hours from Dhaka, is another prominent river station. There are outstanding mosques in the sector of architectural wonders, such as Baitul Mukarram National Mosque and Star Mosque, both of which were built in the 18th century. Hindu temples Dhakeshwari Temple and Ramkrishna Mission are also nearby. Then there are churches such as the Armenian Church (1781 AD), St Mary's Cathedral (Ramna), and the Church of Bangladesh (1677 AD). Dhaka is home to several

Dhaka Contact Address

House #11/A, Road #10, Sector #01, Uttara, Dhaka 1230, Bangladesh

Tel: +880 (0)2 896 0825 | +880 (0)2 895 4233

About Chittagong

Chittagong, often known as Chattogram, is a significant coastal city and financial center in Bangladesh's southeast. In 2017, the city has a population of more than 8.7 million people, making it the country's second-largest city. It is the administrative center and capital of an eponymous District and Division. Between the Chittagong Hill Tracts and the Bay of Bengal, the city is situated on the banks of the Karnaphuli River. After Dhaka, Chittagong is Bangladesh's second most important urban center.

Chittagong is an important part of Bangladesh's economy. The country's main maritime gateway is the Port of Chittagong, one of the world's oldest ports, whose coast was depicted on Ptolemy's globe map. The port is the Bay of Bengal's busiest international seaport and the third busiest in South Asia. The Chittagong Stock Exchange is one of the two stock exchanges in Bangladesh. Several Chittagong-based corporations are among Bangladesh's top industrial enterprises and businesses. The Bangladesh Navy and Bangladesh Coast Guard have their largest bases in the port city, while the Bangladesh Army and Bangladesh Air Force also have bases there and contribute to the city's economy.

Due to its natural waterfront, Chittagong is an ancient seaport. In the first century, the Roman geographer Ptolemy described it as one of the major Eastern ports. For ages, the harbor has served as an entrance to the Indian subcontinent's southeastern Bengal region. During the 9th century, Arab sailors and traders who once explored the Bay of Bengal established a mercantile station in the harbor. The port became a "mint town" of the Sultanate of Bengal in the 14th century, with the status of an administrative center.