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Mon, 23 April 2018

Bhutanís Drukair Signs Purchase Agreement for One Airbus A320neo

Drukair, the flag carrier of the Eastern Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan, has signed a purchase agreement for one Airbus A320neo to support its growth plans and complement its existing fleet of three A319s.

Drukair Airbus A320neo. Click to enlarge.

The aircraft will be powered by CFM LEAP-1A26E1 engines optimised for high-altitude operations and will become the largest aircraft operating out of Drukairís base in Paro.

Paro, located at an altitude of 7,300 feet and surrounded by high mountains, is one of the worldís most challenging airports.

Featuring a two-class cabin layout, the aircraft will be deployed to increase capacity on existing regional routes to Singapore, Bangkok, Kathmandu, Delhi and Calcutta.

Bhutan Tourism Update by Tashi Tenzin, Tourism Council of Bhutan (September 2017)

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