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Heavy rain or fog can make it difficult for controllers to see planes taking off or landing.The airport has a single runway (05/23), which is 2,940 m × 45 m (9,646 ft × 148 ft).The building is also divided into two floors: The lower floor is used for checking in, boarding or getting off small planes and receiving luggage while the upper floor is used for boarding or getting off large planes only.The airport also has a 29,063 square feet (2,700 m2) cargo terminal.References External links Media related to at Wikimedia Commons — Shah Amanat International Airport (: CGP, : VGEG) (: শাহ আমানত আন্তর্জাতিক বিমানবন্দর Shah Amanôt Antôrjatik Bimanbôndôr) is an serving 's southeastern port city of .Operated and maintained by the , it is the After Dhaka International Airport Hazrat Shahjalal Airport of Bangladesh.Infrastructure and operation[] Terminal[] The airport's sole 220,000 square feet (20,000 m2) is divided into two parts: International and Domestic with a boarding bridge in each.The International part of the terminal is larger than the Domestic one due to higher number of passengers.

Bangladeshi airport[] It officially became a Bangladeshi airport in 1972 after Bangladesh's liberation war.

Control tower[] The airport's is 50 meters west of the airport terminal.

It has a clear view of the tarmac and taxiways but is far from the runway.

The tarmac can accommodate a maximum of four aircraft; two Boeing 747-400s, a wide-body and a can be parked there at once. The parking points are usually empty as most of the planes that arrive there takeoff soon after and the planes of local airlines are generally parked at overnight. While Dhaka (city) occupies only about a fifth of the area of Dhaka district, it is the economic, political and cultural centre of the district and the country as a whole.

A small civil plane hangar belonging to is available but is rarely used. Geography: Dhaka District shares borders with Gazipur and Tangail to the north, Munshiganj and Rajbari to the south, Narayanganj to the east and Manikganj to the west.

Bangladeshi airport[] It officially became a Bangladeshi airport in 1972 after Bangladesh's liberation war.Control tower[] The airport's is 50 meters west of the airport terminal.It has a clear view of the tarmac and taxiways but is far from the runway.The tarmac can accommodate a maximum of four aircraft; two Boeing 747-400s, a wide-body and a can be parked there at once. The parking points are usually empty as most of the planes that arrive there takeoff soon after and the planes of local airlines are generally parked at overnight. While Dhaka (city) occupies only about a fifth of the area of Dhaka district, it is the economic, political and cultural centre of the district and the country as a whole.A small civil plane hangar belonging to is available but is rarely used. Geography: Dhaka District shares borders with Gazipur and Tangail to the north, Munshiganj and Rajbari to the south, Narayanganj to the east and Manikganj to the west.There are no hotels or restaurants near the airport, however numerous hotels and restaurants are available in the city.