Cheap Flights to Dhaka

Cheap Flights to Dhaka Airport

Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport (DAC) is the largest airport in Bangladesh and is just north of central Dhaka, about 5 km from the city center. Dhaka is known for its crowds and traffic, but also the more than 700 mosques in the city. It still retains echoes of its time at the center of the worldwide silk and muslin trade. The best time to visit Dhaka is from September to March, when the temperatures are pleasant, and the risk of cyclones dissipates. Monsoon season lasts from around May to October, when heavy rainfall can make some areas inaccessible.

You can find the cheapest flights to Dhaka with Skyscanner's flight search feature. Simply enter "Dhaka" and the dates you wish to travel and you will see the lowest fares available. Flights to Dhaka are cheapest during the monsoon season, but travel is not always advised during this time. The best time to fly to Dhaka is in the shoulder seasons of March-April and October-November. If you want to fly to Dhaka for the cheapest price, use our cheapest month tool. It will show you which month has the cheapest flights to Dhaka. The best time to book a flight to Dhaka is at least 6 months in advance. If you know when you want to fly, set up a price alert for Dhaka. You will get notifications when the price of your chosen fare rises and falls to help you get the best price.

Dhaka's airport is served by 25 airlines including Air Asia, Emirates, Etihad, Gulf Air, Jet Airways, Malaysia Airlines, and United Airlines. Check out all the airlines that fly to Bangladesh here. Upon arrival, make sure you have your passport and travel documents handy. It is best to have a guide to take you to your taxi or hotel, and Dhaka can be difficult to navigate, and not all taxis are valid, and may charge you exorbitant rates. Hazrat Shaljalal has a capacity of 8 million passengers per year. Car rentals are available, and there is a bank and hotels desk near the arrival doors. There is a currency exchange desk, and 3 lounges/restaurants in the airport.

Take a ride in one of the 400,000 rickshaws travelling across Dhaka daily, and see some of this beautiful city. The crowds are relentless, but this city with a distinct blend of modern and historical architecture is worth it. Visit some of the many beautiful mosques, and see the striking Dhakeshwari Temple, the national temple for Hindus in Bangladesh. The Armenian Church of the Holy Resurrection provides a glimpse into 1700 Bangladesh. A trip outside the city to Sonargaon is well worth it. Book yourself a hotel in Dhaka, and start your trip to this challenging, rewarding city.

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