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See Kate Middleton and Prince William's cockpit view as they landed at 'world's

most dangerous

airport'This footage taken from the cockpit of a plane coming in to land at one of the worlds most dangerous airports shows the same breathtaking view the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge would have had as they touched-dow

n today. Kate Middleton and Prince William were allowed into the pilots seat during the landing at Paro airport in the Himalayan mountains, which the captain told them would be unique and spectacular.  But they were warned not to be alarmed as the plane weaved in and out of the sharp mountaintops narrowly avoiding the rooftops of houses scattered over the mountainside. The runway at the Bhutan airport is considered one of the most difficult to take-off and land on because its surroun

ded by 16,000-ft cliffs and the journey is so perilous only a handful of pilots are qualified to do it. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridg

e arrive at Paro International Airport, Bhutan, during day five of the Royal tour to India and Bhutan (Image: PA) Despite the treacherous conditions, the views from the plane windows stretch over Paro giving a spectacular vista of the river and the dominant mountain tops. The royal couple have been touring India over the last four days before jetting off on a chartered jet operated by Royal Bhutan Airlines, which was also carrying the travelling British media. Read more: Read MoreRelated ArticlesKate Middleton and Prince William watch from cockpit during dramatic landing at worlds most dangerous airport On the tarmac William and Kate were greeted by the Kings sister Princess Chhimi Yangzom and her husband and they were each presented with a ceremonial scarf called a khadhar, given as a symbol of friendship. They are making a brief visit to the tiny little-known nation that borders India and China where they will forge a friendship with Bhutans King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and his wife Queen Jetsun Pema, who like the Cambridges are a young couple with a family. The royal coup

le are greeted at Paro airport by the Kings sister Princess Chhimi Yangzom and her husband (Image: PA) Read more: Read MoreRelated Article

sMeet the Wills and Kate of the Himalayas The nation is overshadowed by Himalayan peaks and for much of the 20th century the landlocked country was isolated from the world preserving much of its Buddhist traditions, landscapes and wildlife. The capital Thimphu does not have traffic lights but white-gloved officers directing vehicles, and

television was only intr王中王开奖现场 oduced in the 1990s. And the well-being and prosperity of its citizens is not measured in financial terms but by a Gross National Happiness index. Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will start in8CancelPlay now William and Kate enjoyed a scenic drive to the capital city Thimphu after completing the first leg of their tour of India. On Wednesday night the region of north-east India the Cambridges were visiting was struck by an earthquake which violently shook buildings and forced people to run from tall structures. Read more: Read MoreRelated ArticlesPrince William and Kate Middleton spotted feeding baby elephants The couple will return to India on Saturday but over the next few days Bhutans King and his wife who are expected to name their first child - a boy - at the weekend, will be their hosts. D

uring the day the Cambridges will travel to the Thimphu Dzong an imposing complex that is home to the Bhutanese government and stands close to the Wangchu Ri

ver. The Duke and Duchess will take part in a Chipdrel - a traditional welcome procession, complete with music, and participants in ceremonial dress. Duke and D

uchess of Cambridge during their tour of India and Bhutan (Image: Ian Vogler) Inside the Dzong, they will have a private audience with the King and Queen before the foreign

royals lead them across the Dzongs vast courtyard to a temple where they will receive a brief blessing and will light butter lamps. In the aftern

oon William and Kate will visit Thimphus open-air arc

hery venue and see first-hand Bhutans national sport, where archers compete to hit a small, brightly decorated wooden target 145

metres away. The Duke and Duchess will also have the opportunity to meet young people from local schools and NGOs and see other traditional games. In the even

ing the Cambridges will have a private dinner with King and Queen at Lingkana Palace. Paro International Airport terminal is one of the most dangerous airports in the world (Image: Getty)

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