Druk Air operates first service from Bagdogra

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Druk Air will operate Bagdogra Airport’s first international service, making the airport a stopover on its Bhutan-Bangkok service from 29-Mar-09. The Civil Aviation Ministry of India agreed to allow the carrier to operate from the airport in West Bangal in 2008. The service will operate four times weekly, using A319-100 aircraft.

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