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Paro International Airport in Bhutan is the only Bhutanese International Airport.







Paro International Airport

Paro International Airport is the only international airport in Bhutan. It is situated 6 km from the city of Paro. One of the highest airports in the world, Paro Airport is actually situated in a steep valley. It has only one runway and serves the only airline of Bhutan known as Druk Air, which is the national carrier of the country.

Druk Air has flights to and from seven cities in six countries. It owns the Paro Airport and has its hub there. Paro Airport has one passenger terminal, one cargo terminal and 2 aircraft stands. It has only one gate and four check-in desks.

Here is some basic info about Paro International Airport:

  • IATA: PBH
  • ICAO: VQPR
  • Airport type: Public
  • Operator: Druk Air Corporation Ltd.
  • Serves: Paro District
  • Elevation: 7,332 ft or 2,235 m
  • Latitude: 27°24'12 N
  • Longitude: 89°25'29 E
  • Runway Length: 6,445 ft or 1,964 m
  • Direction: 15/33
  • Surface: Asphalt





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