Drukair and Bhutan Airlines face a challenging aviation environment in accelerating Bhutan tourism

The Government of Bhutan, previously reluctant to open the country to tourism, has set a target of 100,000 annual tourists, a considerable increase over the 30,000+ seen in recent years. Most will arrive by air, a tall order for a nation whose airlines have, at present, four aircraft with a total of 284 seats, and is not served by any foreign carriers.

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