Favourite airline: Emirates
The most popular airline for flights from London Heathrow to Dhaka is Emirates.
Emirates
13 %
British Airways
11 %
Biman Bangladesh Airlines
2 %
Tip: book directly before departure
The best time to buy tickets is 0 days before the flight. Pay only £404.00.
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Cheapest weekday: Saturday
The cheapest flights on this route are operated on Saturday.
Stopover flights are the cheapest connection
Compared to flights with a stopover, direct flights are £14.00 more expensive on this route.
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£453
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Favourite connection: via Doha
21 % of tickets booked on this route are for flights via Doha.
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bookings
1 stopover Doha
12h 50min, from £524
21 %
1 stopover Dubai
13h 20min, from £484
15 %
1 stopover Istanbul Atatürk
29h 40min, from £468
10 %
Return from £439.00
Flights on this route with a departure on 23/11/19 and return flight on 28/12/19 currently cost £439.00.

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Flight from London to Dhaka

Flights from London (LHR) to Dhaka (DAC) are very popular in the UK. The flight time between the two capital cities comprises at least 10 hours and 30 minutes. Most airlines operate on this route with at least one stopover. Services are operated by Biman, Kuwait Airways, Jet Airways, Turkish Airlines, Qatar or Emirates, mostly departing from Heathrow airport. Biman Bangladesh Airlines serves Dhaka with a direct flight; however, these are only available once a week leaving from Heathrow on Saturdays, returning more frequently. Due to the fact that flights operated on this route are mostly not direct, flight times can vary greatly. Use the filter on the results page to sort flights by duration of flight in order to find the fastest most convenient option.

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Best time to travel to Dhaka

Bangladesh's climate is sub-tropical and the weather can be extreme. The monsoon season is between June and September.  

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Flight to Dhaka

Dhaka is the capital city of Bangladesh and also the largest city in the country. The city's nickname is “city of the mosques” and it is also known as the rickshaw capital of the world. Dhaka is very densely populated and growing rapidly. Dhaka airport

Dhaka airport is officially called Haza Shahjalal International Airport and is Bangladesh's largest airport. It is a hub for Biman Bangladesh Airlines, United Airways and Novoair. The airport is located about 13 km north of Dhaka and is easy to reach by car along the Airport Road. The railway station opposite the airport is served by trains running into central Dhaka and Kamalapur. Departure in Heathrow

As there are 5 terminals at Heathrow, passengers are advised to find out from which terminal their flight is departing before travel. Birman Bangladeshi airlines leaves from terminal 4. Public transport to and from the airport at Heathrow is well organised and passengers have a number of options. Heathrow Express: this is the fastest transport option into central London taking only 15 minutes and travelling every 15 minutes between all terminals and Picadilly Circus. London Underground: the cheapest way to reach the capital is to use the tube. Heathrow Airport is on the Picadilly line which connects all airport terminals to the centre of the city. The journey time comprises between 50 and 60 minutes. Heathrow connect trains will transfer passengers between the airport and Paddington via West London. Taking 25 minutes, trains leave from all 5 terminals. Coaches: National Express operates a number of coaches between Heathrow and other London Airports as well as towns and cities throughout the country.

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