Shahjalal International Airport in Bangladesh

Shahjalal International Airport in Bangladesh

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The airport consists of three major terminals, T1 and T2 for international flights and a third terminal (known as Domestic Terminal) for domestic flights. The arrivals deck is the ground floor and the upper floor is the departures hall. A VIP terminal is built only about 200 meters from the main gate and is only used occasionally. Please like my videos, and don't forget to subscribe by clicking the subscribe button up top!
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Driving to Dhaka Shahjalal International Airport Bangladesh

Driving to Dhaka Shahjalal International Airport Bangladesh

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Construction of Bangabandhu airport being delayed (28-06-2015)

Construction of Bangabandhu airport being delayed (28-06-2015)

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Landing at Dhaka Airport Bangladesh Biman Airlines aerial view Zia Shahjalal

Landing at Dhaka Airport Bangladesh Biman Airlines aerial view Zia Shahjalal

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SYLHET OSMANI International Airport 2016, Biman Bangladesh ,Biman Landing in Sylhet Airport

SYLHET OSMANI International Airport 2016, Biman Bangladesh ,Biman Landing in Sylhet Airport

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view beauty of sylhet international airport. SYLHET BONGOBIR OSMANI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, AIRBUS JUST LANDED Osmani International Airport (Sylhet) to London Heathrow Airport Via Dhaka My journey from Osmani International Airport (Sylhet) to London Heathrow Airport with Biman Bangladesh Airlines. The Flight from Osmani to Dhaka was on a AIRBUS INDUSTRIE 310. Flight from Dhaka to London was on a Boeing 777-300ER osmani international airport (airport), sylhet (city\/town\/village), london heathrow airport (airport), sylhet airport refuelling news 2015, sylhet airport flight schedule, sylhet airport road, sylhet airport landing, sylhet airport inside, sylhet airport departure, sylhet airport expansion, sylhet, airport, biman, sylhet airport live arrivals, sylhet airport news, sylhet airport 2015,22,30], sylhet airport news 2016, boeing, sylhet airport arrivals youtube, sylhet osmani airport, Subscribe us: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=v44VT3uDwxU# -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Samsung Galaxy S7 Review- галактики s7 Which Should You Buy?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kh8uId87-GU -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Ten Things to Do if You Visit Bangladesh By Rich culture, beautiful tourist spots, and hospitable people. These are the qualities that all great tourist spots have. And, incidentally, these are also the very qualities that you will find in the beautiful country of Bangladesh. 1.) Catch a glimpse of the Tigers Tigers, specifically the Royal Bengal Tigers, are magnificent creatures, with their proud and noble bearings and beautifully patterned coats. Watching these tigers gives us a sense of excitement and danger all rolled into one. It's too bad that they're endangered, but still, in Bangladesh, you can see these beautiful creatures by visiting the Sundarbans National Park. 2.) Fun in the Sun and Sand If you're looking for beautiful blue beaches to sunbathe, to swim, or to simply walk around in, then you must go to Bangladesh's Kuakata. Kuakata is a beach resort that has been recently developed. It is located in the southern part of Bangladesh, but the sea isn't the only thing this place offers though, because in Kuakata, you can also observe the culture of the Rakhane Tribe. 3.) World's Longest and Broadest Beach If any old beach just doesn't cut it, why don't you try going to Inani beach found in the South of Bangladesh. It is the world's longest and broadest beach and is found in Cox's Bazar. Inani Beach, however, is not as developed as the other beaches such as Patenga, so if you want all the tourist perks, then it's probably best if you just go to Patenga. 4.) Boating through Bangladesh If you're in the mood for boating through the rivers and observing the lush jungles in Bangladesh, then you could try going the Sunderbands National Park. This is a park with several beautiful areas which can only be accessed by using a row boat. If you're lucky, you'll also see some of its beautiful wildlife. 5.) Try some Fresh Water If you're tired of the salty waters of Bangladesh's beaches, why don't you try going to the Rangamati Hill district where the Kapati Lake is located? There, you can indulge in several activities such as swimming, sailing, and fishing. The Kapati Lake is an ideal destination for anyone who likes peaceful outings rather than busy and noisy ones. Exploring Main Cities of Bangladesh: Dhaka, Chittagong and Sylhet Bangladesh is an agricultural country and more than half of the population earn their livelihood from farming. Jute and Tea are the main sources of foreign exchange. The country is divided into six divisions: Dhaka, Chittagong, Khulna, Sylhet, Rajshahi and Barishal. Out of these division, Dhaka, Chittagong and Sylhet are the main cities and attract a number of tourists every year. Sylhet Sylhet is located in the north east of Bangladesh. The city is mainly known for the shrine of Sufi saint Hazrat Shahjalal, one of the holiest places in the country. It is one of the richest cities in the country. It is a land of natural hills, beautiful tree plantations, shrines etc. Every year a number of tourists visit this city. The city is also famous for its tea gardens and if someone has come here then must not miss visiting the beautiful tea gardens. The main sights to see in the city are Kalibari at Jaflong, Sree Mangal, Lawacherra Rain Forest, Tilagor, Madhabkunda, Lawacherra Rain Forest, Shah Jalal Bridge etc.
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WLT 05 - Excellent Plane spotting at Dhaka Airport Bangladesh - Landings, Takeoffs, ATC Radio, Types

WLT 05 - Excellent Plane spotting at Dhaka Airport Bangladesh - Landings, Takeoffs, ATC Radio, Types

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With the last shot of 9M-MRD, Malaysia Airlines that was shot down by missile in Europe at 6:01, Enjoy the spotting from Dhaka Airport, Bangladesh. Please drop a like and share. For those who are interested about the spot, this is not an open to public spot to view in Dhaka. Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport. HSIA for video research: Alitalia, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, American Airlines, Us Airways, Aeromexico, British Airways, Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, TAM Airlines, Air Mauritius, Virgin Air New Zealand, Air China, Kuwait Airways, Kenia Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, Air France, KLM, Lufthansa, Iberia Airways, TAP Portugal, Aeroflot, Transaero Airlines, Orenair, Yakutia, I-Fly, Hi-Fly, Rossiya Airlines, Aerolineas Argentinas, Air India, Air Tahiti Nui, Aer Lingus, Fly Emirates, Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways, Egyptair, EL AL Israel, Royal Jordanian, Royal Air Force, Italian Air Force, USAF, United States Air Force, Air Algerie, Air Astana, Azerbaijan Airlines, Air Baltic, Air Europa, Biman Bangladesh Airlines, Air Italy, Alitalia, Blue Panorama Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Royal Brunei, Bulgaria Air, Air Bridge Cargo, Cargolux, DHL, UPS, FedEx, TNT, Martinair Cargo, Korean Air Lines, Hawaian Airlines, Jet Blue, Air Canada, Air Transat China Eastern, China Southern, Cathay Pacific Airways, Meridiana, Gulf Air, Boeing 737-300, 737-400, 737-500, 737-600, 737-700, 737-800, 737-900ER, 747-SP, 747-100, 747-200, 747-300, 747-400, 747-8F, 747-8I, 757-200, 757-300, 767-200, 767-300, 767-300ER, 767-400ER, 777-200, 777-200ER, 777-300, 777-300ER, 777-200LR, 787-8 Dreamliner, 787-9 Dreamliner, Airbus A310, A300-200, A300-600R, A318, A319, A320, A321, A330-200, A330-300, A340-200, A340-300, A340-500, A340-600, A380-800, P&W4000, RR Trent 700 800, GE90, GENX, GE CF6-80, cfm56, landing takeoff, crosswind landing, air disaster, airlines, airplane, aircraft, airport, aeroporto, atterraggi, decolli, Rome fiumicino, New York JFK, Los Angelex LAX, San Francisco, London Heathrow, London Stansted, London Luton, London Southend, Frankfurt Main, Amsterdam Schiphol
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Landing @ DHAKA - Hazrat Shahjalal Int'l Airport (DAC/VGHS) Bangladesh # Cockpit View

Landing @ DHAKA - Hazrat Shahjalal Int'l Airport (DAC/VGHS) Bangladesh # Cockpit View

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by AeroWorldpictures HD - Boeing B747-400 - Landing RWY14 - Camera GOPRO HD2 more videos on www.aeroworldpictures.com
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মারামারি ভাংচুর ঢাকা এয়ারপোর্ট Hajrat Shahjalal International Airport Dhaka Bangladesh

মারামারি ভাংচুর ঢাকা এয়ারপোর্ট Hajrat Shahjalal International Airport Dhaka Bangladesh

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(Caution : Some inappropriate language) In January 2013 when I took a flight to Bangladesh there was a strike in Dhaka Airport by the workers and all passengers were left stranded without any service. Me and lot of other passengers with young children where left in the airport without explanation or information for more than 24hrs and nothing was being down to help us or solve what ever issue they had. There were passengers there who just wanted there luggage so they can get out of Dhaka airport.....it was like as if they were keeping the people and their luggage hostage. Me and other passengers approached them politely asking them to do something to get us to sylhet or at least to give us our luggage so that we can make our own arrangement but no attempts were made to provide us with any form of service. It was only when everyone started to shout and break things that we were given service. This was literally within half a hour after the outbreak commenced......all that time when they were being asked nicely they did nothing but as the shouting, swearing and breakage started attention was given instantly. There was no need of that kind of outbreak had they tried or even considered peoples feeling then no one would have restored to that behaviour. From this you can see that Bangladesh and it's government is such an inhuman country where they employ people who do not consider acts of kindness or people who pledge in peace but only react when they make people become like them.......animals!!!!!!! (Recorded from my iPhone — at Shahjalal International Airport - শাহজালাল আন্তর্জাতিক বিমানবন্দর).
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Biman Bangladesh Airbus A310 [S2 ADK] landing at Rome Fiumicino Airport

Biman Bangladesh Airbus A310 [S2 ADK] landing at Rome Fiumicino Airport

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Biman Bangladeh Airlines Airbus A310-300 landing at Rome Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci Intl. Airport from Dhaka Via Kuwait City Sony HDR-CX130 NTSC + Raynox HD-2205PRO + Konus 3pod4 for video research: Alitalia, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, American Airlines, Us Airways, Aeromexico, British Airways, Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, TAM Airlines, Air Mauritius, Virgin Air New Zealand, Air China, Kuwait Airways, Kenia Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, Air France, KLM, Lufthansa, Iberia Airways, TAP Portugal, Aeroflot, Transaero Airlines, Orenair, Yakutia, I-Fly, Hi-Fly, Rossiya Airlines, Aerolineas Argentinas, Air India, Air Tahiti Nui, Aer Lingus, Fly Emirates, Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways, Egyptair, EL AL Israel, Royal Jordanian, Royal Air Force, Italian Air Force, USAF, United States Air Force, Air Algerie, Air Astana, Azerbaijan Airlines, Air Baltic, Air Europa, Biman Bangladesh Airlines, Air Italy, Alitalia, Blue Panorama Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Royal Brunei, Bulgaria Air, Air Bridge Cargo, Cargolux, DHL, UPS, FedEx, TNT, Martinair Cargo, Korean Air Lines, Hawaian Airlines, Jet Blue, Air Canada, Air Transat China Eastern, China Southern, Cathay Pacific Airways, Meridiana, Gulf Air, Boeing 737-300, 737-400, 737-500, 737-600, 737-700, 737-800, 737-900ER, 747-SP, 747-100, 747-200, 747-300, 747-400, 747-8F, 747-8I, 757-200, 757-300, 767-200, 767-300, 767-300ER, 767-400ER, 777-200, 777-200ER, 777-300, 777-300ER, 777-200LR, 787-8 Dreamliner, 787-9 Dreamliner, Airbus A310, A300-200, A300-600R, A318, A319, A320, A321, A330-200, A330-300, A340-200, A340-300, A340-500, A340-600, A380-800, P&W4000, RR Trent 700 800, GE90, GENX, GE CF6-80, cfm56, landing takeoff, crosswind landing, air disaster, airlines, airplane, aircraft, airport, aeroporto, atterraggi, decolli, Rome fiumicino, New York JFK, Los Angelex LAX, San Francisco, London Heathrow, London Stansted, London Luton, London Southend, Frankfurt Main, Amsterdam Schiphol
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Bangladesh Airports custom officer crime

Bangladesh Airports custom officer crime

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Amazing Scenes from Dhaka Airport (landing, takeoff)

Amazing Scenes from Dhaka Airport (landing, takeoff)

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Planes were flying 50-100 ft above my head... I have to say it was an amazing experience.. but don't think about messing around here.. you don't want to be gunned down.. Place: Shahjalal International Airport, Dhaka, Bangladesh Camera: Sony Handycam DCR-HC32E
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Biman Bangladesh DC-10-30 S2-ACR Crosswind Landing at Birmingham Airport (BHX-EGBB) with ATC

Biman Bangladesh DC-10-30 S2-ACR Crosswind Landing at Birmingham Airport (BHX-EGBB) with ATC

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*Watch in 1080p!* This video is of the last remaining passenger DC-10 Landing in a 26 knot Crosswind at Birmingham Airport operating flight BG002 on Sunday 23rd February. Reg: S2-ACR c/n;48317 Date Filmed: 23rd February 2013. Biman Bangladesh Airlines operated 9 scenic flights around the UK to commemorate the final flights of the Passenger DC-10 variant. I was booked on the 1500 flight later that day, you can see my video of it here, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4C29MF39cA This was a new spot at Birmingham for me and I can't reveal where it is because I have sworn to secrecy. This will be my last video of the Biman DC10, so time to say goodbye to one of the iconic aircraft which has made aviation so great for over the past 40+ years. I hope you enjoyed and thanks for watching! Please like, comment and subscribe for weekly Full HD videos. I went to Birmingham with my mate Archie, sub to him here, www.youtube.com/mraviationguy ©bristolcardifairport 'Bringing Aviation To You' Check out my other video's and stay tuned for more! Follow me on Twitter and keep up to date with editing, rendering, upload dates etc! https://twitter.com/BRSCWLAirport Make sure you checkout my Flickr for all my pictures, http://www.flickr.com/photos/66658305@N04/
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Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport Dhaka

Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport Dhaka

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Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport: Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport (Bengali: হযরত শাহ্‌জালাল আন্তর্জাতিক বিমানবন্দর Hôzrôt Shahjalal Antôrjatik Bimanbôndôr) (IATA: DAC, ICAO: VGHS) is the largest airport in Bangladesh. Operated and maintained by the Civil Aviation Authority, Bangladesh, it is also used by the Bangladesh Air Force. Located in Kurmitola in northern Dhaka, it started operations in 1980, taking over as the country's sole international airport from Tejgaon Airport. It is the hub of all Bangladeshi airlines, including Biman Bangladesh Airlines, United Airways, Regent Airways, Novoair and US-Bangla Airlines. The airport's IATA code – "DAC" is derived from "Dacca", the previously used spelling for "Dhaka". The airport has an area of 1,981 acres (802 ha). The airport has a capacity of handling 8 million passengers annually, and is predicted by the CAAB to be enough until 2026. In 2014, it handled 6.1 million passengers, and 248,000 tonnes of cargo. Average aircraft movement per day is around 190 flights. National flag carrier Biman Bangladesh Airlines is the ground handling provider of the airport.] Biman flies from the airport internationally to 17 cities in Europe and Asia Location and access: The airport is located in Kurmitola and was originally 11 NM (20 km; 13 mi) north of the capital Dhaka. It can be accessed by the eight-lane Airport Road. To the north of the airport lies Uttara and Gazipur, while Dhaka city lies to its south. There is a railway station immediately opposite to the airport named Airport Railway Station. The nearest hotel near the airport is the Dhaka Regency Hotel. A Best Western hotel opened in late-2014. Due to the expansion of the city, the airport has been engulfed by the city, prompting the government to consider relocating it elsewhere. History The airport in 2012 First floor international departure zone International Terminal In 1941, during the Second World War, the British government built a landing strip at Kurmitola, several kilometres north of Tejgaon, as an extra landing strip for the Tejgaon Airport, which at the time was a military airport, to operate warplanes towards the war fields of Kohima (Assam) and Burmese war theatres. After the creation of Pakistan in 1947, Tejgaon Airport became the first civil airport in what was then East Pakistan, current day Bangladesh. In 1966 that a project was taken by the then Pakistan Government to construct a new airport at present site north of Kurmitola was selected and tender floated for construction of terminal building and runway under technical support of French experts. For transportation of construction materials a rail station (present airport railway station) was built near the site. However, the new airstrip was halfway done when the Bangladesh Liberation War broke out in 1971. During war, the airstrip suffered severe damage. After independence, the government of Bangladesh restarted works abandoned by the previous contractors and consultants during the war. It decided to make the airport the country's principal international airport and appointed Aéroports de Paris of France as its new consultants. The airport began operations in 1980 after the main runway and central portion of the present terminal building was formally opened by then-President Ziaur Rahman as Dacca International Airport ("Dacca" is the former spelling of "Dhaka").] The project took a further three years to complete, during which time Ziaur Rahman was assassinated (in 1981), so, after its completion in 1983, then-President Abdus Sattar re-inaugurated the airport as Zia International Airport. In 2010, the government changed the airport's name once again, from Zia International Airport to Shahjalal International Airport, to honour Shah Jalal, one of Bangladesh's most respected Sufi saints. On 6 December 2011, ZA006, a Boeing 787 stopped for fuel at Shahjalal International Airport during a distance, speed, and endurance record attempt. This aircraft, powered by General Electric GEnx engines, had flown 10,710 nautical miles (19,830 km) non-stop from Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington eastward to Shahjalal International Airport, setting a new world distance record for aircraft in the 787's weight class, which is between 440,000 pounds (200,000 kg) and 550,000 pounds (250,000 kg). This flight surpassed the previous distance record of 9,127 nautical miles (16,903 km), set in 2002 by an Airbus A330. The aircraft then continued eastbound from Dhaka to return to Boeing Field, setting a world-circling speed record of 42 hours, 27 minutes. In November 2013, an agreement was signed for the opening of a 56-room Best Western hotel adjacent to the airport. The hotel has been opened in the second quarter of 2014. SEE MORE VIDEOS: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVIvXc_MQyw9WQMKKPWvnOQ
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Biman landing at birmingham airport

Biman landing at birmingham airport

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Must see the video it's a very special landing ever recorded from the cockpit
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Biman Bangladesh airlines landing in Dhaka airport

Biman Bangladesh airlines landing in Dhaka airport

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Pushbacks - Power pack on Wheels

Pushbacks - Power pack on Wheels

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Airplanes can take us to the other end of the world, transport hundreds of people and goods and cruise above the clouds in the sunlight. But there is one thing they are incapable of doing: Running backwards. That is what pushbacks are for – powerful vehicles which help Boeings and other jumbos removing from the terminal. ____________ ____________ This unusual means of transport is one of the most important vehicles at the airport. Its precise designation is F396E. This conventional tractor with fully automatic transmission and four-wheel drive serves all wide-bodied aircraft at Hanover Airport. “We call this a pushback. It pushes up front and pulls at the back. Since airplanes don’t have a reverse gear they must be moved back to the main roller line again.” To do this the flat, sturdy looking special vehicle moves towards the aircraft. Via a tow bar as thick as a pipe, the machine is coupled to the nosewheel. Now the pushback is connected to the waiting aircraft. But not all tow bars are alike. “There are different kinds of tow bar for various aircraft models. Airbus and Boeing are the most commonly used ones. There is a ‘Dash-8’ tow bar, for example. These are basically the ones we use most.” With the correct tow bar the Lufthansa plane can be ‘pushed’– which is to say, moved back from its parking position. The 8-meter-long tug can push 448 tons. The 52-tonner by Schopf is a real power pack on the apron. The ramp agent coordinates the towage operation: he keeps constant visual contact with the tug driver and permanent radio contact with the pilot. A highlight of the F396E is its height-adjustable driver’s cab. But it´s not the 272 horsepower turbocharger alone which cuts a fine figure on the taxiway. The ‘Challenger’ by Trepel gives a hefty push, too – but to somewhat smaller aircraft. The CHALLENGER 160 with its traction force of 110 kilonewtons is the smallest vehicle able to tow aircrafts like the Boeing 767 or this Bombardier Dash 8. Airplanes are not only moved backwards from their park position onto the taxiway – enabling them to roll towards the runway on their own. Sometimes you have to tow them from one parking position to another. Pushback driver Stefan uses the ‘Comet 12 A’ diesel tug by Mulag for this. Utmost concentration is required here because when you have an airplane on the other end of your tow bar, coordination and precision are called for. After all, the trained drivers have a great responsibility. “For example you see this red mark on the hatch? The tow bar mustn’t go higher than that. That would damage the landing gear.” “You can see the destination board up there now. Apron control has entered the type of aircraft which has to go here. So, let’s park it.” That’s pinpoint precision – no matter which pushback is on duty at Hanover Airport.
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