The Biman Bangladesh Airlines cricket team was a first-class cricket team in Bangladesh that played in only the inaugural 2000–01 domestic season and won both of the two major domestic trophies. The team was sponsored by Biman Bangladesh Airlines, the government-owned airliner of Bangladesh.
The club played its home games at the Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protisthan Ground in Savar.
The team signed 18-year-old Pakistani opening batsman Imran Farhat during the 2000–01 season, and Farhat dominated, scoring 216 in the first match of the season and ending up with the most runs in Bangladeshi first class cricket that season. However, Habibul Bashar had the highest first class score for the team, with 224.