List of airports in Bhutan

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Map of Bhutan

This is a list of airports in Bhutan, sorted by location.

Bhutan, officially the Kingdom of Bhutan, is a landlocked country in South Asia, located at the eastern end of the Himalaya Mountains and bordered to the south, east and west by the Republic of India and to the north by Tibet. Bhutan was separated from the nearby state of Nepal to the west by the Indian state of Sikkim, and from Bangladesh to the south by West Bengal. The capital city is Thimphu.

Airports[edit]

Airport names shown in bold have scheduled passenger service on commercial airlines.

Location ICAO IATA Airport name Coordinates Runway Elev.
Paro VQPR PBH Paro Airport 27°24′11″N 089°25′28″E / 27.40306°N 89.42444°E / 27.40306; 89.42444 (Paro Airport) 15/33: 1964 x 29 m, Asphalt 2235 m
Trashigang VQTY YON Yongphulla Airport (Yonphula Airport) 27°15′22″N 091°30′53″E / 27.25611°N 91.51472°E / 27.25611; 91.51472 (Yongphulla Airport) 12/30: 1266 x 37 m, Asphalt 2743 m
Jakar VQBT BMT Bathpalathang Airport (Bumthang Airport) 27°33′50″N 090°44′50″E / 27.56389°N 90.74722°E / 27.56389; 90.74722 (Bathpalathang Airport) 14/33: 1200 m, Asphalt 2473 m
Gelephu VQGP GLU Gelephu Airport 26°53′04″N 090°27′50″E / 26.88444°N 90.46389°E / 26.88444; 90.46389 (Geluphu Airport) 11/29: 1500 m, Asphalt 290 m

Bagdogra Airport (26°40′52″N 088°19′43″E / 26.68111°N 88.32861°E / 26.68111; 88.32861) in neighbouring India is also accessible for flights to Bhutan.

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