For most airlines in the world, flying is the easy part of the job—competitors, high costs and falling yields are the big challenges. Bhutanese national carrier Drukair faces these obstacles as well, of course, but for it, flying is not so easy. Drukair operates out of what many consider the most difficult mountain airport in the world, its home base in Paro. The field itself is at an altitude of over 7,200 ft. and there are high mountains not only to either side of the narrow runway ...

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