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First night flight at Tibet airport 43 years on

2008-11-14 10:26:35 GMT2008-11-14 18:26:35 (Beijing Time)  China Daily

Two passengers prepare to board an Airbus A319 at the Lhasa Konggar Airport, Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region November 12, 2008. The plane took off at at 7:50 pm Wednesday, making the first night flight in the region. [CFP]

Two passengers show their boarding passes before boarding an Airbus A319 at the Lhasa Konggar Airport, Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region November 12, 2008. The plane took off at at 7:50 pm Wednesday, making the first night flight in the region. [CFP]

An Airbus A319 prepares to take off from the Lhasa Konggar Airport, Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region November 12, 2008. The plane took off at at 7:50 pm Wednesday, making the first night flight in the region. [CFP]

Ground crew members take a photo as an Airbus A319 prepares to take off from the Lhasa Konggar Airport, Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region November 12, 2008. The plane took off at at 7:50 pm Wednesday, making the first night flight in the region. [CFP]

Two passengers prepare to board an Airbus A319 at the Lhasa Konggar Airport, Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region November 12, 2008. The plane took off at at 7:50 pm Wednesday, making the first night flight in the region.

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