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SourceDeyangNewsNetwork    Updated2020-06-03 23:00:13


  More than 3,000 passengers were stranded in Gonggar Airport Tuesday due to heavy snow in Lhasa, the capital city of southwest China' s Tibet Autonomous Region, according to local authorities.

  The snow has reduced  visibility on the runways and landing fields at the airport. As of  6:15 p.m.,  47 flights were canceled, said airport officials.

  According to  local meteorological  authorities, the snow will last until  early Wednesday  morning. The airport is unlikely to operate until  the snow stops, according to the Tibet office of the Civil Aviation Administration  of China.

  The  first snow this winter hit Lhasa around 6:40 a.m. Tuesday. The city has seen 3 centimeters of snow so far, according  to the regional meteorological bureau.


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