Plane Spotting at Paro.Bhutan

It's considered as one of the most challenging airport in the world.Only eight pilots are qualified to land here. The Airport is 1.5 miles above sea level and surrounded by sharp peaks of up to 18,000 ft tall. The runway is just 6,500 feet long. One of the few in the world shorter than their elevation above sea level. Passengers flying to this remote region may have to take something to steady their nerves. The tiny airport nestled among the steep mountains of the Himalayas is said to be the most dangerous in the world.

Here we brought pic of DrukAir's Airbus A319s parked at Paro just after arrival A5-RGG & A5-RGF

One Of The Newest Addition To DrukAir's Fleet A5-JSW - Airbus A319 which is delivered on 13th March 2015

 The descent into Paro Airport in Bhutan is one of the most difficult and treacherous in the world.

It is situated over 2,500 metres above sea level and surrounded by steep cliffs as tall as 5,500 metres.
Approaching - Paro Airport

Image Courtesy : Dev Ghosh

Pilot’s eye view of ‘dangerous’ airport landing by BBC - Click Here

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