Transport is an integral part of Bangladesh's economy. Since the country's liberation, infrastructure development has progressed rapidly, and several lands, water, and air transport modes came into existence.
You can travel any part of Bangladesh at any time through road, rail, and air. Almost every district is connected with National Highways and railroads. You can book bus tickets from sohoz.com and again rail tickets from Rail Sheba App. There are a few domestic and International airports in Bangladesh.
Name of them are below:
- Osmani International Airport, Sylhet.
- Shahjalal International Airport, Dhaka
- Shah Amanat International Airport, Chattagram.
- Barisal Airport
- Cox's Bazar Airport
- Jashore Airport.
- Saidpur Airport.
- Shah Makhdum Airport, Rajshahi
There are 5,150–8,046 km (3,200–5,000 mi) of navigable waterways, including 2,575–3,058 km or 1,600–1,900 mi of major cargo routes. Because of Bangladesh's many rivers, ferries are an essential means of transport.
Bangladesh's ports and harbors are Chittagong, on the east coast, river ports at Dhaka, Narayanganj, Baghabari, Ashuganj, and seaports at Mongla and Payra.