According to Tibet Airlines, the company will open its first intercontinental route between Jinan, capital of China’s Shandong province and Helsinki, Finland on April 8 of this year. At the same time, a Jinan-Lhasa route will also be opened. The two flights will both arrange routes on Mondays and Thursdays.
It is understood that this new international route will help passengers in Jinan who must currently transit through other places and spend more than 10 hours to travel to Finland. The travel time between Jinan and Helsinki will be reduced to around 10 hours.
In addition, Tibet Airlines has completed its overall layout of mainland flight routes and has also opened routes from mainland China to Southeast Asia.
TIBET AIRLINES CO., LTD is China’s first high-altitude (with an altitude above 2438 meters) airline company. Its operating base is Lhasa Gonggar International Airport, and it flies more than 60 routes, including three international routes.