With arrival of a leased 138-seater Air Bus in the country, Bhutan has a total of five aircrafts. This includes an ATR and four Air Buses.
Druk Air officials say, the leased Air Bus from Greece landed in the Paro International Airport Saturday, received by a religious ceremony perfumed by monks.
The nation has leased the three-year-old aircraft by agreeing to pay US $400,000 per month until 2015.
Officials claimed that the aircraft would help reduce air traffic during tourist seasons.
Druk Air, which has started connecting Paro with Singapore from September 1 this year, is learnt to be preparing to introduce new routes to Mumbai and Hong Kong in near future.