Tourism CoxsBazar

Explore the virgin 100 miles Long Beach in Bangladesh

Travel by Air-Planes to CoxsBazar

 Currently there are 2 Aviation company operating daily flight to & from CoxsBazar from Dhaka HS(RA) Airport.The CoxsBazar Airport currently a domestic Airport. The operating Air Liners are

1.Bangladesh Biman
2.Regent Airways


CoxsBazar Air Port is situated at the remote north-west corner of the city beside the sea shore, but easily accessible by any sort of transport.At the time of landing of planes the passengers get the feelings that the plane is landing on the sea.      
 
view of CoxsBazar Airport



Travel By Bangladesh Biman


CoxsBazar my be travelled by Air-Plane operated by Bangladesh Biman from Hazrat Shajalal International Airport,Dhaka.
Daily one flight is operated in between the two city.Air Buses are in the fleet.

For fare & flight Schedule contact Biman Bangladesh   

                               


Bangladesh Biman is a state owned Air Lines of Bangladesh estd,in the year 1972.The air line is now ran by public limited company.The Airlines is staffed by very experienced Air  crues.



Travel by GMG AIRLINES

GMG Air lines also operates Daily Flight to & fro CoxsBazar.




For Fare rate & Flight Schedule

 Please Visit www.gmgairlines.com

A package fare for up & down at Tk.9,900.00 is
prevailing
throughout  November 2010



Flt.No.
frequency
Departure/Dhk
Arrival/CxsB
Departure/ CxsB
RX-741/742
Daily
1300 hrs.
1400/1420 hrs.
1520 hrs.

Contact: Sales Phone
 Dhaka Air Port :01730358867,Dhaka office : 01730358868,01730358820,
CoxsBazar :01730358876



The Happy Inauguration

             Mashruf Habib, second from left, managing director of Regent Airways, and ImranAsif, third from left, chief executive, pose at the launch of theairline at Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka on
6.11,2010.                                   Photo: STAR Business Report

Travel by United Airways



United Airways had daily flight to & From CoxsBazar,but the same is now SUSPENDED



We hope the the Air line will soon resume its operation