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Cheapest Flights from Kolkata to Dhaka

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28-Jan-20
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16:10 - 17:30
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₹4561

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29-Jan-20
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16:10 - 17:30
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₹4561

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30-Jan-20
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16:10 - 17:30
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₹4561

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02-Feb-20
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16:10 - 17:30
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01h 20m
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₹4561

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03-Feb-20
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16:10 - 17:30
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01h 20m
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₹4561

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04-Feb-20
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16:10 - 17:30
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01h 20m
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₹4561

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05-Feb-20
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16:10 - 17:30
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01h 20m
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₹4561

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06-Feb-20
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16:10 - 17:30
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01h 20m
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₹4561

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08-Feb-20
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16:10 - 17:30
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01h 20m
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₹4561

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09-Feb-20
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16:10 - 17:30
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01h 20m
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Lowest Fare
₹4561

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About Dhaka 

Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh is a kaleidoscope of colours, tradition, and growth. It inhabits a multitude of Mughal and British architecture that are proof of its rich history. Dhaka is also dotted with many temples and mosques. Earlier, a part of India, this city is now moving towards becoming a developed metropolitan but is still in a tight embrace with its green side. The boat and rickshaw rides are a must to experience the culture.

  • Places to visit:
    • Manzil
    • Lalbagh Fort
    • National Museum
    • Sadarghat Port
    • Ramna Park
  • Places to shop:
    • Prabartana
    • Aarong
    • First Chain Bookshop
    • Viator
    • Banga Bazar
    • Boi Bichitra
    • Bangshal Road
    • New Market
    • Bashundhara City
    • Jatra
  • Modes of transport: Dhaka has a wide range of transport systems ranging from cycle-rickshaws to buses to water buses. However, beware of the traffic jams that choke up the roads in Dhaka.

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About Kolkata:

Kolkata isn't known as the 'City of Joy' to no end. When the regulatory capital of India until 1912, the present capital of West Bengal is informally India's social capital. The delightful conversion of both the local and the western culture can be found here, be it in the glorious appeal of Fort William and Victoria Memorial, or the atmosphere of spots like Dakshineswar Kali Mandir and Kalighat Mandir. Kolkata is similarly popular for its foods. 

From the fiery fish curry to the mouth-watering Sandesh and rosogollas, Kolkata is exacting heaven for the foodies living in India. Tidbits like Kathi roll and puchkas (Bengali rendition of the celebrated golgappas) are not a long way behind. Be that as it may, this isn't the end. The fixation for sports, fundamentally the cricket and soccer, and writing in this city is world well known. No big surprise why sleuths like Feluda and Byomkesh Bakshi have their inceptions in Kolkata, aside from the group puller matches at Salt Lake Stadium and Eden Gardens. For those who visit the city at the hour of Durga Puja, the social paradise just plummets here right now. To summarise, no place will the quintessence of the way of life in India appear as mystical as in Kolkata.

  • Modes of transportation:
    • Bus
    • Tram
    • Local trains
    • Taxi
    • Metro
    • Auto-rickshaw
    • Ferry
  • Places to visit: 
    • Victorian Memorial
    • Armenian Church
    • Fort William Kolkata
    • Howrah Bridge
    • Indian Museum
    • Dakshineswar Kali Temple and Belur Math
    • Japanese Buddhist Temple
    • Kalighat
    • St Paul’s Cathedral 

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport is the main international airport in Kolkata. It is about 17km from the center. The airport code is CCU.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Where can I get good offers on flights for Kolkata to Dhaka route?

While booking your flight with IndiGo, don’t miss out exploring exciting offers and that can be availed. For all the latest offers, visit IndiGo Offers

What is the name and code of Dhaka airport?

Shahjalal International Airport or Dhaka Airport is the largest airport in Bangladesh, located about 20km away from the north of the city. IndiGo operates seven weekly non-stop flights between Dhaka and Kolkata with seamless connections to many other destinations. The airport code is DAC.

When is the earliest and last flight from Kolkata to Dhaka?

The flight schedules are subject to change, refer to the IndiGo flight schedule page for the latest information on this.

Do I have to pay for my meals if I book an IndiGo Kolkata to Dhaka flight?

IndiGo offers a choice of snacks and beverages onboard. Customers can explore the benefit and comfort of pre-booking their preferred food and beverages. To have a look at our menu, visit IndiGo Food Menu

What is the refund policy for my flight cancellation?

Find out each detail regarding flight cancellation and refund at IndiGo Refund Policy.

How far is Dhaka airport from the city?

Dhaka airport is located about 20km away from the north of the city.

What is the best time to visit Dhaka?

The best time to visit Dhaka is from October to March.

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