Tourists in Lhasa, capital of southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region, will be able to enjoy helicopter tours starting in August this year.
The Potala Tourism and Culture Group will receive two helicopters in June, and the maiden flight is scheduled for August.
Visitors will be able tour the city and its neighboring regions, including Namtso Lake, aboard six helicopters during the first few months.
The company is planning to offer aerial tours in the whole region. The company has ordered an additional 20 helicopters for further use.