Drukair is adding flights to Bhutan.
Drukair, the Royal Bhutan Airlines, will begin offering service into Paro International Airport in Bhutan, in South Asia, through Singapore and Mumbai, India, beginning Sept.1.
Currently, Drukair offers flights into Bhutan from Bangladesh, India, Nepal, and Thailand, but with the addition of these two new flight connections through Singapore and Mumbai, travel into Bhutan will be even easier for incentive travel groups.
More routes into Bhutan are planned in the near future, with new airplanes on order to Drukair.
Bookings for flights through Singapore and Mumbai are open now at the below address or through select tour operators.
Bhutan, officially known as The Kingdom of Bhutan, is a landlocked state in South Asia, located at the eastern end of the Himalayas and bordered to the south, east and west by India and to the north by China.
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