Dunhuang Mogao International Airport, located near the Mogao Grottoes, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in northwest China, officially resumed its international air routes on Sunday.

Eight flights on the Indonesia (Jakarta)-Kunming-Dunhuang air route are being operated between December 24 and January 5, operated by Batik Air, carrying nearly 600 tourists. The airport also plans to open routes connecting Hong Kong, China, Seoul of the Republic of Korea and Nha Trang, Vietnam, in 2024.

Dunhuang is known for the UNESCO-listed Mogao Grottoes, which contain some of the most important collections of ancient Buddhist art in China. Every year, the caves attract a large number of national and foreign tourists.

Source: http://www.chinahoje.net/aeroporto-proximo-a-patrimonio-mundial-da-china-retoma-rotas-aereas-internacionais/

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