Flights to Bhutan

Bhutan Flights flies in and out of Bhutan from 5 countries:

  • Bangkok (BKK – Thailand)
  • Delhi (DEL – India)
  • Kathmandu (KTM – Nepal)
  • Dhaka (DAC – Bangladesh)
  • Changi (SIN – Singapore)

Bhutan is a landlocked country bordered between India and China, so you can either enter the country by air or through land. You can also travel within Bhutan using the domestic airlines and they cover all regions of the country.

Flights to Bhutan from India:

  • Delhi (DEL – India)
  • Mumbai (BOM – India)
  • Kolkata (CCU – India)
  • Bagdogra (IXB – India)
  • Gaya (GAY – India)
  • Guwahati (GAU – India)

Veiw of Paro International Airport Runway

The country’s only international airport is located at Paro, and landing there is a thrilling encounter. Both landing and takeoff must be performed manually, and only eight pilots in the world are certified to land and takeoff from Paro International Airport.

There are currently just two airlines flying to Paro Airport.

Druk Air, the national airlines and the independently owned Bhutan Airlines.

Two airlines f Bhutan now have flights to Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Bagdogra, Guwahati & Gaya in India, Kathmandu, Bangkok, Dhaka & Singapore.

Flights to and from Paro are just permitted under visual meteorological conditions and therefore are limited to daylight hours from dawn to sunset, so delays are extremely common.

If flying isn’t feasible, Bhutan has three land border crossings with India, Phuntsholing from the west, Gelephu at the central place and Samdrup Jongkhar from the east.

There are NO open boundaries between Bhutan and China.