In your plan to book tour to Bhutan… the most important thing is the flight to Bhutan.
Paro International airport is the only entry point for travelers flying to Bhutan from international locations like India, Nepal, Singapore and Thailand.
There are two airlines;
Royal Bhutan Airlines (Druk Air) which is owned by the Royal government of Bhutan. And Bhutan Airlines which is a Private Airlines (Tashi Air’s) owned By Tashi Group in Bhutan.
The two airlines do a great job in connecting various places with Bhutan.
To fly to Bhutan, there are frequent flights from;
Delhi, Kolkata, Bodh Gaya, Guwahati, Bagdogra, and Mumbai in India, Dhaka in Bangladesh, Kathmandu in Nepal, Bangkok in Thailand, and Singapore. What follows are more insights regarding the same.
Book the flight to Bhutan from Bangkok, Thailand.
If you are at a location that is accessible to the Suvarnabhumi airport in Bangkok, the best option is to reach Bangkok and take a Druk Air’s or Bhutan Airlines flight to Bhutan.
This flight lands in Paro International Airport, which is one and a half hours away from the capital city Thimphu. The flying time between Bangkok and Paro is approximately 4 hours with a short 45 minute layover in Kolkata, Guwahati, or Dhaka.
There is a also direct flight between Bangkok to Paro on special dates operated by Druk Air without any layover. Please check with our travel experts before you plan to book your flight.
You can travel to Bhutan via our Exclusive Chartered flights to Bhutan from Malaysia, Vietnam, and Hong Kong.
These are offered as a privilege to Routes & Journeys customers on exclusive dates. The flight from Malaysia and Vietnam to Bhutan takes 4 Hours, and from Hong Kong it takes 6 hours.
There are flights that operate every Thursday & Sunday.
For travelers from Singapore and places that have good connectivity to Singapore, this is a great option.
This option also saves time. The flight from Singapore to Bhutan is 5 hours with a short 45 minutes layover in Kolkata, India.
To fly to Bhutan, there are frequent Bhutan Airlines and Druk Air flights from Delhi, Kolkata, Bodh Gaya, Guwahati, Bagdogra, and Mumbai in India. The flying time is as low as 3 hours approximately.
Bhutan Airlines operate flights to Bhutan from Nepal on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays and there are Druk Air flights to Bhutan everyday with no layover. The flying time is approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes.