Is the sister company of Excursion to Himalayas (Bhutan Tour Specialist, since 2008), basically settled to facilitate your flight tickets to Bhutan. For the most part concentrating on Flights to Bhutan, we also cater to Car rentals , Bhutan tour Packages, Bhutan Visa’s and Bhutan Hotel Booking.
We are additionally the member of Druk Air and Bhutan Airlines, the two airlines currently operating in Bhutan, thus giving us the benefit to purchase flight tickets at more affordable rates. Likewise with approved legitimate permit to process Bhutan visas, we give you the best rates and understandings while booking your trip to Bhutan.
Druk air: established in 1981, ten years after the third King of Bhutan (King Jigme Dorji Wangchuk) bit by bit started to open up the realm from deliberate separation and seven years subsequent to inviting its first remote guests, the carrier initiated tasks in 1983 with departures from Kolkata to Paro using Dornier Do 228 airplane.
Bhutan Airlines: is the Bhutan’s first private airline. The carrier, at that point known as Tashi Air, was launched on 4 December 2011. The carrier started standard domestic flights to Bathpalathang and Yonphula in Bhutan on 18 December 2011. After just a half year of activity, be that as it may, the aircraft approached the Bhutan Government for authorization to suspend domestic trips because of expanding budgetary misfortunes. However following an agreement with the Bhutan Government, the carrier continued its services on 10 October 2013, starting its first international flights to India and Thailand.
Four major sectors where flights operate from India to Bhutan:
- Flights to Bhutan from Delhi.
On a direct flight it takes about 2 hours and 20 minutes to reach Bhutan from Delhi.
- Flights to Bhutan from Kolkata.
It takes about an hour to reach Paro airport from Kolkata.
- Flights to Bhutan from Guwahati.
It takes approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes to reach Bhutan from Guwahati including transfers. But the quickest flight to Bhutan from Guwahati is the direct flight which takes about 50 minutes to reach the Paro Airport.
- Flights to Bhutan from Bagdogra.
It takes just 1 hour to travel to Paro from Bagdogra by flight. You can take a direct flight to Paro from Bagdogra.
Bhutan does not have any direct flights from USA, Canada and European nations. In the event that you wish to venture out to Bhutan from USA, Canada or any European countries, you need to travel to Delhi/Kolkotta in India or Kathmandu in Nepal or Singapore or Bangkok to interface your trip into Bhutan.
Drukair is the only Bhutanese airline that flies to and from Singapore to Bhutan. Drukair signed a memorandum with Changi Airport on 17th May 2012 to start direct flights between Singapore and Bhutan. There are two flights in a week. If you wish to fly to Bhutan from Singapore, the flight leaves at 6:30 am and lands at Bhutan (Paro airport) at 10:30 am.
Druk Air and Bhutan Airlines both operate from Thailand Bangkok. If you want to enter Bhutan from Bangkok, the flight usually departs from Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok, at about 06:30 hours in the morning. Stopping at Guwahati or Dhaka. It takes about 3 and half hours to 4 hours to reach Bhutan from Bangkok.
Druk air started operating the domestic routes from Paro to Bumthang (central Bhutan) and yonphula (eastern Bhutan) on 19th December, 2011. This service can save travelers up to three days compared to traveling by road while visiting the Eastern and western Bhutan. If you wish to visit these regions, using the domestic services would surely shorten up your traveling time so that you can spend most of your time at the places you want, doing the things you like.
Bhutan Airlines also started its standard domestic flights to Bathpalathang and Yonphula in Bhutan on 18 December 2011 but just a half year of activity, be that as it may, the aircraft approached the Bhutanese Government for authorization to suspend domestic trips because of expanding financial losses. However following an agreement with the Bhutan Government, the carrier continued its services on 10 October 2013.