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Tibet Airlines will take to the skies

08-20-2010 13:59 BJT

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China Civil Aviation Administration has given the thumbs up for Tibet Airlines to enter the market. The airline can now begin to purchase aircraft.

With registered capital of 280 million yuan, Tibet Airlines aims to provide domestic cargo and passenger services in the autonomous region. And it's set to cover all airports in Tibet Autonomous Region within the next two years.

Tibet Airlines signed a contract with Airbus on Thursday, to order three A319 aircraft for its fleet. 
Tibet Airlines signed a contract with Airbus on Thursday, to order three A319
aircraft for its fleet.
 

The State-owned airline signed a contract with Airbus on Thursday, to order three A319 aircraft for its fleet. They're due to debut in 2011. The Lhasa-based airline plans to expand its fleet to 20 aircraft in the coming five years.

Tibet Airlines signed a contract with Airbus on Thursday, to order three A319 aircraft for its fleet.  
Tibet Airlines signed a contract with Airbus on Thursday, to order three A319
aircraft for its fleet.
  


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