Global Times 

From airports to high-speed rail, China has been beefing up efforts to build up a complete transport system in the Tibet Autonomous Region, an area situated on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau where transportation has long been a bottleneck inhibiting its  development.

In the latest progress, the T3 terminal of Gonggar Airport in Lhasa has passed the final acceptance test on June 30, indicating that main construction of the airport has been completed. 

As the largest airport in the region, it is estimated that Gonggar Airport will see an annual throughput of 9 million passenger trips by 2025, said a report from the Xinhua News Agency. 

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