Druk Air and Bhutan Airlines has operate Airbus A319s, on top of the two British Aerospace BAe 146 jets. Druk Air flies to and from Paro airport in Bhutan, the country’s only airport. Druk Air has regular flights a week from Bangkok, New Delhi, Kolkata and Katmandu. Once a week, there is special stopovers in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Each of these routes offer views of some of the highest mountains in the world – Mt. Everest, Mt. Kanchenjunga, and Bhutan’s revered peaks of Jhomolhari and Kula Gangri.
Druk Air flights are sometimes delayed by unfavourable weather conditions. So visitors would do well to include an additional day in their itineraries for unexpected weather delays.
Druk Air tickets are issued only in Bhutan. We can book them for you and send them to you or to the Druk Air out stations in Bangkok, Delhi or Kathmandu.