The non-stop flight between Lanzhou and Lhasa will be resumed from June 29, according to the staff of Hainan Airlines.

As scheduled, there will be three flights on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday every week to link up Lanzhou, capital city of Gansu Province and Lhasa, capital city of the Tibet Autonomous Region.

It will take the passengers 200 minutes for the journey and except the traditional bus and train, the resumed Lanzhou-Lhasa course will offer passengers a new choice to enter Lhasa.

SOURCE: China Tibet Information Centre
 

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