Shah Amanat International Airport is the second busiest airport in Bangladesh, serving the city of Chittagong (Chattogram). The airport is around 20 km from the city.
The airport is operated by Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh. In 1990 it became an international airport. The major development and expansion work started in 1998 funded by the Japanese government and the project was completed in December 2000. Originally named M A Hannan International Airport, Chattogram in 2005 it was renamed to Shah Amanat International Airport, Chattogram.