Published on : Tuesday, December 26, 2017
As per a new agency the city’s government has confirmed approval of the trail operations of the helicopter operated by the Lhasa-based company.
The tours can now be booked by the passengers at the Tsechokling Airport or on WeChat mentioned the deputy general manager Tseten Paldron.
It is reported that the company has two routes, one in Lhasa and another chartered flight to Nam Co which is the world’s highest saltwater lake located at a distance of one hour from Lhasa.
Last year the overall visitors to Tibet were 23 million tourist from different Chinese provinces.
The Chinese government is boosting the facilities to cash-in on the booming tourism sector.