BHUTAN : The mandatory three weeks quarantine has now been reduced to two weeks of quarantine period..... Read more
BANGLADESH : Resumption of Visa on Arrival service for select few as categorized.... Read more
INDIA : India issues revised guidelines for international passengers arriving in India in view of the concerns over the new COVID-19 variant, Omicron...... Read more
NEPAL :No quarantine for fully vaccinated travellers...... Read more
SINGAPORE : Effective 12 October 2021, travelers under category 2 (Bhutan falls under category 2) traveling to Singapore are required to produce a COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (“PCR”) test.... Read more
THAILAND :Thailand will resume the issuance of Thailand Pass under the scheme of Test and GO effective 1st February 2022....... Read more

Lost and Found Enquiry

Lost & Found Enquiry

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Terms & Conditions

  1. This is only applicable for those items traced by Drukair from the aircraft
  2. This is only a diligent effort as a goodwill gesture by Drukair to assist a guest to trace out a lost item from the aircraft and at no point of time take the responsibility/obligation to mandatorily recover the same and cannot be deemed to be within the scope of deficiency of service at any point of time
  3. Lost items will not be shipped / delivered by Drukair. Passengers must come to Paro International Airport and contact PBH Arrivals staff during operation hours .
  4. Drukair will not be liable for any observed damage on the retrieved item(s)
  5. Items left behind at different airport controls like security, immigration, duty free shops, etc. will require the guest to check and coordinate directly with the concerned airport authority / agency / operator.
  6. Drukair will store any item found onboard for 90 days after the date on which it was handed over to PBH Arrivals office. No claims thereafter will be entertained.