Here, is the easiest way to get in Bhutan. There are only two ways to Bhutan is via air and via road since Bhutan is a landlocked country.
Bhutan’s national carrier, Druk Air, and Bhutan Airlines both provide international flights into Bhutan’s international airport located in Paro.
By Air: International Flight
Drukair And Bhutan Airlines International Flight Routes
“It’s only when you are flying about it that you realize how incredible the earth really is.” Said by Philippe Perrin.
You can fly through the air on the wings of a Drukair flight to explore this beautiful Shangri-La. Drukair Corporation Limited, operating as Drukair — Royal Bhutan Airlines, is the flag carrier of the Kingdom of Bhutan, headquartered in the western dzongkhag of Paro.
The Royal Bhutan Airlines (Drukair), is the national carrier of the Royal Government of Bhutan, operating to nine cities in six countries.
Bangkok, Thailand (Twice Daily)
Guwahati, India (Thrice Weekly)
Dhaka, Bangladesh(Twice Weekly)
Delhi (6 days per week, fluctuating so please enquire for schedules)
Druk air operates with 3 Airbus 319 on different international sectors. Airbus 319 has seating capacity of 114 seats. With 20 seats for business class and 94 for economy. Drukair operates daily flights to Bangkok and regular flights to Delhi, Kolkata, Kathmandu, Dhaka, and most recently in, Bagdogra and Gaya. In 2012, Drukair added Singapore route in 2012.
Here are three domestic airports:
Bumthang (Central Bhutan)
Yongphula (Eastern Bhutan)
Gelephu (south Bhutan)
For domestic service, the ATR would only be able to take a maximum of 22 passengers due to the short runway on both Bumthang and Yongphula airport.