BHUTAN : RT-PCR negative test certificate is not required for all in-coming passengers.... Read more
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INDIA : India issues revised guidelines for international arrivals that will come in effect from 14th February 2022 (00.01 Hrs IST) until further notice...... Read more
NEPAL :International passengers entering Nepal must submit a certificate of full dose of vaccination received against COVID-19...... Read more
SINGAPORE : Only travellers listed below are allowed to enter Singapore and they need to do so via Safe Travel Lane arrangement depending on the traveller’s profile and travel history..... Read more
THAILAND :Thailand will resume the issuance of Thailand Pass under the scheme of Test and GO effective 1st February 2022....... Read more

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Basic Dangerous Goods Regulation training

19 August, 2021
Basic Dangerous Goods Regulation training

Drukair delivered one day Basic Dangerous Goods Regulation training to 139 employees of Department of Air Transport. The training started on 22 July and ended on 09 August 2021. Keeping the Covid restrictions and protocols in mind, the training was conducted with maximum of 20 participants per class.

Drukair currently has two DGR instructors trained from IATA and certified by BCAA.