AIR [Royal Bhutan Airlines] is the national carrier of the Royal Government
of Bhutan, operating to seven cities in six countries. The airline operates
two BAe146-100 series and two A319.
Air: Bhutan's National Airlines
reporting time is two hours prior to flight departure. All counters are
closed 30 minutes prior to the scheduled departure of the flight.
all your travel requirements, please contact YANA Travel.
reservations must be confirmed at least 72 hours before scheduled departure.
Failure to reconfirm will result in cancellation of booking without any
issued against full fare is valid for a period of one year, except as otherwise
provided in the ticket.
are subject to change without notice. In the event of a passenger commencing
journey after the revised tariff becomes effective, the difference between
the fare paid and the fare applicable will be collected from the passenger
of the ticket can only be made the issuing office. For conditions for refund,
please contact YANA Travel NO REFUND CAN BE MADE AGAINST
LOST DOCUMENTS. Passengers are particularly requested to note that
tickets are cash value documents and must be physically presented for refund.
will be a rebooking administration fee of US$ 25 (Two Five) for No-Show
passengers wishing to travel at a later date.
precious metals, jewellery, negotiable instruments, securities, personal
identification documents and other items of value are best carried with
the passenger in the cabin.
registered baggage is allowed free of charge:
otherwise stated by the ticketing carrier, the free baggage allowed when
traveling under discounted fares shall be the same as that of full fare
comply with the security regulations, passengers may carry one hand baggage
overcoat or a wrap
umbrella or a walking stick
small camera and a pair of binoculars
reasonable amount of reading materials for the flight
invalid passenger, a fully collapsible invalid wheel chair and/or a pair
other items, such as typewriters, briefcases, overnight bags, personal
radios, vanity cases, large cameras, etc. will be weighed with other baggage,
and will be subject to payment of excess baggage charges if the total weight
exceeds the free baggage allowance.
safety reasons the following articles are not allowed to be carried in
gases (non-inflammable and poisonous)
(such as acids, alkalis and wet cell batteries)
ammunitions, fireworks and flares.
liquids and solids (such as lighter and heating fuels, matches and articles
which are easily ignited)
material (such as bleaching powder and peroxides)
restricted articles (viz., mercury, magnetized material, offensive or irritating
or attache cases with installed alarm devices, or incorporative lithium
batteries and/pyrotechnic material.
carriage of dry cell batteries, knives, scissors, sharp instruments, tools,
fire alarms, and ammunition, toy replicas are prohibited in the passenger
Note: Medicinal and toilet articles which are necessary for a passenger during
the journey, may be carried in small quantities in the passenger cabin
without prior approval.
AIR IN-FLIGHT SERVICES:
are served after a flight is airborne for reasonable duration:
- 1030 Hours
- 1430 Hours
- 2130 Hours
one-hour sector flight, snacks are served. Refreshments and drinks are
served throughout the duration of the flight.
200 cigarettes on payment of import duty of 200 %
Alcoholic beverages up to 1 litre
by non-residents is only permitted if they either enter India for a stay
of not less than 24 hours and not more than two months, provided they visit
India not more than once a month.)
person of 17 years and older is allowed:
200 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 250 grams of tobacco
One bottle (0.95 L) of alcoholic liquor
2 ounces of perfume and 1 litre of toilet water
100 cigarettes or an equivalent of other tobacco articles
1 quart of alcoholic liquor
A reasonable quantity of perfume for personal use
passenger holding a passport of his/her own, irrespective of age is allowed:
200 cigarettes or 250 grams of tobacco or equal weight of cigars
1 litre of alcoholic liquor