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Post time 2010-4-22 16:42:50 |Display all floors
There is a rumor recently. Polish President didn’t die, he has just gone to big boat.

Tibet is not a populous place. Even plus tourists it will not need another big airport. Why do they plan for 230,000 passengers and 1,150 tonnes of cargos? And it will be finished in this year.

That’s because the VIP from all over the world need time to resign and go to the big boat there. Statistics never lies. The resignation from UK Houses got a history top this year. And many big companies’ CEO and stakeholders also gave up their positions.

Why are there so many earthquakes around Tibet these years? And both times the governmental Bureau failed forecasting it? Are these coincidences?

Of you, is the first to tell you Gorby.


China builds 'Peace' airport next to Mount Everest

BEIJING: China is building a new airport near Mount Everest with the apparent purpose of turning the Chinese side of the tallest peak into a climber’s paradise. It has been named the Peace Airport, which might be a message for Tibetan rebels or for India.

The $71.7 million airport is coming up in Xigaze (also called Shigatse) prefecture. It will boost tourism and bring more visitors to the Tashilhunpo monastery of the Panchen Lama, which is located there. The government appointed Panchen Lama, who was recently inducted into the Chinese parliament, has played a key role in helping the government run a campaign against the Dalai Lama.

Construction of the airport began in April last year and will be completed by October. The new airport has a capacity to handle 230,000 passengers and 1,150 tonnes of cargos and take care of 2,580 take-offs and landings a year till 2020. , the official media quoted Xu Bo, director of the Civil Aviation Administration's Tibet branch, as saying.

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Post time 2010-4-22 16:51:23 |Display all floors
thxs la for info

hope i can use it soon
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Post time 2010-4-23 10:17:18 |Display all floors
Samaranch also goes to the big boat. Why do they go so early?

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Post time 2010-4-23 11:11:06 |Display all floors
U forgot he is 89

& not 19
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Post time 2010-4-23 11:24:29 |Display all floors
Originally posted by gorbachev at 2010-4-22 17:42
There is a rumor recently. Polish President didn’t die, he has just gone to big boat.

Tibet is not a populous place. Even plus tourists it will not need another big airport. Why do they plan fo ...



There are three airports operational in the TAR right now. Afaik, another two are under construction and will be ready latest next year. China wants to attract more border crossing flights in regions other than L.h.a.s.a's  Gongga airport. There are plans to open direct flights to/from Bangkok and Singapore as well as more flights from Kathmandu. Presently only Nepal is connected with daily flights to L.h.a.s.a.

Airports in the NE and NW of the TAR will make travelling the region easier and more comfortable and open new destinations for tourism.

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Post time 2010-4-23 11:35:31 |Display all floors
Originally posted by gorbachev at 2010-4-22 16:42
There is a rumor recently. Polish President didn’t die, he has just gone to big boat.

Tibet is not a populous place. Even plus tourists it will not need another big airport. Why do they plan fo ...


In that way everybody would be there easily so do the government.

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Post time 2010-4-23 11:35:31 |Display all floors
sats,

i beleieve there are more uses for these airports besides travel
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