Shah Jalal International Airport is the largest and main airport in Bangladesh located in Kurmitola, 11 miles (17 kilometres) from Dhaka city. A relatively new airport, Shah Jalal International was named in honour of Muslim Sufi Shah Jalal.
Shah Amanat International Airport is an international airport serving Bangladesh's southeastern port city of Chittagong. Operated and maintained by the Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh, it is the second-largest airport in Bangladesh.
Osmani International Airport is located in the town of Sylhet.
Sylhet is a major city in north-eastern Bangladesh. It is the main city of Sylhet Division and District, and was granted metropolitan city status in March 2009. Sylhet is located on the banks of the Surma River and is surrounded by the Jaintia, Khasi and Tripura hills. The city is approaching a population of 500,000 people while also having a high population density.It is one of the largest cities in Bangladesh.
The Sylhet region is well known for its tea gardens and tropical forests, the city however is currently known for its business boom – being one of the richest cities in Bangladesh, with new investments of hotels, shopping malls and luxury housing estates, brought mainly by expatriates living in the United Kingdom.
The city of Sylhet is served by Osmani International Airport, located at the north of the city. It is Bangladesh's third busiest airport and became an international airport due to the demand of expatriate Bangladeshis and their descendants from the United Kingdom and the United States..
The access road to the airport is currently in the process of being widened to make it a 2 way road. The airport has a single terminal for arrival as well as a departure section with separate entrances.