Tibet Airlines launches new route from Lhasa to Bangda

Tibet Airlines and Bangda Airport jointly celebrated the arrival of maiden flight from Lhasa.

Tibet Airlines and Bangda Airport jointly celebrated the arrival of maiden flight from Lhasa. Bangda is the highest airport in the world, although it will be soon replaced by another Tibetan airport, Nagqu, which at an altitude of 4,436 metres will be 102 metres higher.

  • On 3 May, Tibet Airlines launched services from Lhasa (LXA) to Bangda (BPX). The 600-kilometre intra-Tibet route is offered with twice-weekly frequencies. All flights will be operated with A319s in codeshare with Air China.

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