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Bhutan Airlines plans flights from Mumbai

Our Bureau Kolkata | Updated on January 09, 2018 Published on November 29, 2017

Phala Dorji, Chief Executive Officer, Tashi Air

Bhutan Airlines may explore seasonal scheduled flights from Mumbai and Ahmedabad.

According to Phala Dorji, Chief Executive Officer, Tashi Air (which owns Bhutan Airlines), the company may look at scheduled flights from Mumbai only if the route is profitable.

“We may look at season scheduled flights from some cities like Mumbai. But full-fledged scheduled operations will happen as and when we find the routes to be profitable,” he told reporters here on Wednesday.

Bhutan Airlines already has daily flights to Paro from Kolkata; five days a week flight from Delhi and thrice a week service from Gaya. This apart, it has introduced two Paro-Kolkata-Paro flights from March 15 to May 15 and from September 15 to November 30.

It operates two A319 aircrafts with a seating capacity of 122 passengers.

Published on November 29, 2017
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