Flights from Manchester to Dhaka
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- Tue 5 NovMANDACSun 10 NovDACMANTurkish AirlinesIndirectfrom £459
- Thu 14 NovMANDACMon 25 NovDACMANTurkish AirlinesIndirectfrom £459
- Tue 19 NovMANDACTue 26 NovDACMANTurkish AirlinesIndirectfrom £459
Flight information Manchester to Dhaka
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Average flight time, total distance 5021 miles
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Frequently asked questions
Flights from Manchester to Dhaka depart daily although there are no direct flights available on this route. There are, however, plenty of one- and two-stop options when going from Manchester to Dhaka. Skyscanner will compare prices for you whether you're looking for luxury or cheap flights from Manchester to Dhaka.
Booking your flights from Manchester to Dhaka early will help you get better prices and more options. Generally, travellers prefer the one-stop cheap flights from Manchester to Dhaka. Common connecting cities include Istanbul and Dubai. Airlines that serve this route include Emirates, Turkish Airlines, and Etihad.
Manchester Airport (MAN) is an international airport and one of the busiest in the UK. It's located just 7.5 miles from the city centre and there is ample parking onsite. Inside, you can dine at places like Delice de France, The Pasty Shop, and Mi Casa Burritos. Pick up a book for your trip at WH Smith or find something to entertain the kids at Zoodle. Options for getting to and from the airport include driving, the train, and bus service.
It's a good idea to arrive at the airport three hours before your flight departs. That provides plenty of time to deal with luggage and security. UK nationals travelling to Dhaka are required to have a visa. Issued by the Bangladesh High Commission, there are single- and multiple-entry types of visas.
Dhaka is served by Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport (DAC). The airport is located within the city proper. It has three terminals and serves more than 8 million passengers each year. Terminals 1 and 2 are for international flights. There are taxis available at the airport to take you to your hotel.
What to Expect in Dhaka
Going from Manchester to Dhaka can lead to a bit of culture shock. Bengali is the most commonly spoken language. It's a good idea to learn a few key phrases before you depart. The currency is different, too. Exchange some pounds for taka before leaving Britain. Doing this online or with your bank in the UK will help you get the best rate.
The time difference when going from Manchester to Dhaka is significant. Dhaka is five hours ahead of the UK, so make sure to set your watch before landing. It's a good idea to be prepared for jet lag the first day or two.
When you book your hotel, make sure to ask about guide services. Hotels in Dhaka often provide local guides as a service to visitors. The guide will ensure that you get a fair rate on taxis, car hire, and other services. They also help you acclimate to the city.
Weather in Dhaka
Dhaka's climate is very distinct from Manchester's. May to December is the rainy season. The warmest time of year in Dhaka is typically April, with highs of over 34°C. The coolest month is January, with lows of about 11°C.
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