Paro Airport

Paro Airport

save landing in one of the world's most dangerous airports

Location: 

Paro International Airport, Paro, Bhutan

Duration: 

Saturday, August 19, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Paro Airport: only international airport of the Kingdom of Bhutan
  2. Pilots: this airport is so dangerous, only a few pilots are qualified to land
  3. Drukair: connecting Bhutan with the world through 5 South Asian countries
  4. Kingdom of Bhutan: from the very first moment, this country is different!
  5. Journey: starting my short trip across Western Bhutan from Paro

Image sources

  1. Me inside Bhutan Airport
  2. Drukair - Royal Bhutan Airline
  3. Paro Airport Building
  4. Me arriving in Bhutan
  5. Paro Airport International

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