Druk Air & Bhutan Airlines are two companies operating the flights in Bhutan. It operates flights from Paro, the only International Airport in Bhutan, to Delhi, Kolkata, Bagdogra and Guwahati. Bagdogra & Guwahati is well connected to the major cities of India by various airlines like Jet air ways, Kingfisher Airlines, Spice jet, Go Air and Indian Airlines. One can take the connecting flight to Paro from any sector.
Paro Airport is located at a height of 2,225 m (7300 ft) above sea level and is surrounded by mountains as high as 4,876 m (16,000 ft).Flying into Bhutan’s Paro International Airport is typically an exciting experience as the descent into Paro valley brings you closer to the mountain tops than most other flights in the world.
Druk Air Bhutan saw its first commercial flight through Druk Air in31st Oct, 2004 to Bangkok. It started with Airbus 319 with seating capacity of 124 including 8 business classes and later in December, one additional flight A 319 joined. Currently, the routes have been extended to major cities in Indian and neighboring regions.
Bhutan Airlines commences its flight operation from 10 Oct, 2013 to Bangkok via Kolkata daily. It started with Airbus 320 for first six month after which changed to Airbus 319 with seating configuration of 122 comprising 8 business classes, 36 premium economy classes and 78 economy classes.
Baggage allowance on Flight Both Airlines permit 20 Kilograms (2 piece max) baggage per passenger to check-in and one hand-carry (cabin bag) that fits into overhead luggage compartment. Business class passengers are permitted additional 10 Kilograms to check-in.
Below is the flight details connecting from cities of India.Druk Air
Bagdogra(W.B) – Paro – Bagdogra(W.B):flight on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Delhi – Paro – Delhi: flight Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday.
Guwhati (Assam)– Paro – Guwahati(Assam): flight on Monday and Thursday.
We have daily 2 flight from Kolkota(Bhutan Airline & Druk Air)