A FLIGHT TO RE­MEM­BER

HerWorld Brides LUXE (Singapore) - - Honeymoon -

Drukair – Royal Bhutan Air­lines of­fers a com­fort­able flight com­plete with at­ten­tive, warm hos­pi­tal­ity.

When trav­el­ling to the hap­pi­est coun­try in the world, you should be­gin your trip on a high note. Drukair – Royal Bhutan Air­lines sup­ports that ex­pe­ri­ence with great ser­vice and spec­tac­u­lar views dur­ing your flight.

Founded in 1981, the Royal Gov­ern­ment of Bhutan’s na­tional car­rier op­er­ates three Air­bus A319s with 16 busi­ness class seats and 102 econ­omy seats each. It also flies to most South Asian as well as South­east Asian ci­ties, in­clud­ing Sin­ga­pore, Bangkok, Delhi, and Kathmandu.

Re­gard­less of whether you’re flying to

Bhutan via Bangkok and Paro, or from Sin­ga­pore via Kolkata and then Paro, you’ll be treated to some of the most beau­ti­ful views above and just be­low the clouds of the Hi­malayan moun­tains, in­clud­ing the snow-capped Mt Ever­est.

Closer to Paro Air­port, the plane swerves through lush moun­tains and over the gor­geous land­scape Bhutan is fa­mous for.

Her World Brides Luxe took the Sin­ga­pore Kolkata - Bhutan re­turn flight, which took more than five hours per jour­ney, but the time seemed to whizz by as we were pam­pered by Drukair’s in-flight ser­vice, in­clud­ing the warm hos­pi­tal­ity of its crew, com­fort­able seats and hot meals (veg­e­tar­ian, non-veg­e­tar­ian or spe­cial re­quest).

Our trip was or­gan­ised by Druk Air and Druk Asia Bhutan Travel Spe­cial­ist that will han­dle all your travel needs as well – from tick­ets to visas and dif­fer­ent pack­ages, as well as cus­tomised pri­vate trips, which are per­fect for pre-wed­ding por­traits, or hav­ing an in­ti­mate solem­ni­sa­tion in Bhutan.

Drukair gen­er­ally re­leases its flight sched­ules six to nine months be­fore­hand. Please check www.drukair.com.sg for flights or e-mail info@druka­sia.com, or call 6338-9909.

The Air­bus A319 of­fers 16 busi­ness class seats and 102 in econ­omy.

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