Currently, Bhutan’s only international airport is located at Paro, western Bhutan at an elevation of 2,200m (7,300 ft) above sea level. At this point in time, we have two Bhutanese airlines namely Druk Air (Royal Bhutan Airlines) and Bhutan Airlines offering international service, with flights to and from Bangkok, Delhi, Kolkata, Bodhgaya, Kathmandu, Guwahati, Dhaka, and Singapore. Depending on your convenience, you can fly to one of the above destinations to connect your flight to Bhutan. The flight into Paro is one of the most scenic and breathtaking ones with views of some of the tallest mountains of the world including Mt. Everest.
The maximum weight allowance for the checked-in baggage with both the airlines is 30 kilo per passenger and hand carry bag with the dimensions limited to 45 + 35 + 20 cm. The weight must not exceed 5 kg. The maximum weight allowance for the checked-in baggage is usually 30 kilo per passenger and hand carry bag with the dimensions limited to 45 + 35 + 20 cm.
We have three domestic airports, with one in Bumthang (central Bhutan), Trashigang (eastern Bhutan), and Gelephu in the south of Bhutan. Drukair operates a flight between these airports twice a week. Eventually, there are plans and work are underway to expand and upgrade Gelephu airport in the south of Bhutan to another international airport.
It is possible to book your flight into Bhutan by going to their website. However, in case, of any confusion Off to Bhutan team is always here to make your flight reservation without any additional charges.