Paro Airport Iata Code is PBH. It is a 3 letter alphabet. Airport official name is Paro International Airport. Owner is Government of Bhutan.

 Paro Airport Iata Code – PBH

PBH is the 3 letters alphabetical code assign for the airport. Paro International Airport is an international airport located in Paro, Bhutan. The short name is DOAT. The airport is 6 km (3.7 mi) from the city center. Only a select number of pilots are certified to land at the airport.

History

Airport interior, 2011 Drukair Airbus A319-115 parked at the airport terminal at Paro Airport in 2006. In 1968, the Indian Border Roads Organisation built an airstrip in the Paro valley, which was initially used for on-call helicopter operations by the Indian Armed Forces on behalf of the Royal Government of Bhutan. Bhutan’s first airline, Drukair, was established by Royal Charter on 5 April 1981. (Source: Wikipedia )

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General Information

Airport Common Name Paro Airport
Official Name Paro International Airport
IATA CODE PBH
ICAO CODE VQPR
Category International
Time Zone  UTC+5:30
Location Bhutan
Latitude 27°24′32″N
Longitude 089°25′14″E
Owner Government of Bhutan
Establish 1968

Main Hub

Airlines use this airport as the main hub. These are:

  • Bhutan Airlines
  • Druk Air

Address

Airport Distance is 5 kilometers (3.1 mi) from City center.

Contact address Paro International Airport
Paro District, Bhutan
Location Paro District
City Paro
Country Bhutan
Phone Number +975 8 271 403
FAX
Official Website https://www.doat.gov.bt
Services/Facilities
  • Multi-storied car park
  • Open car parking
Location of Airport in Google Map

Hotels

The nearest hotel name is Khangkhu Resort 5 km far from the airport.

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