Bhutanese national flag-carrier Drukair has taken delivery of its brand new ATR 42-600 aircraft. The latest-generation turboprop aircraft will be used on the airline’s domestic and international routes. The airline’s ATR serves small airports in the Himalayan Mountains and links Bhutan with Kathmandu, Kolkata and Dhaka. Tandi Wangchuk, chief executive officer of Drukair, said: “We have been flying an ATR aircraft since 2011, its versatility and operational reliability have made it the ideal aircraft. When evaluating how to improve on this performance, it makes sense to upgrade to the latest-generation and we look forward to introducing these evolutions to our
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