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2019-06-16 13:55:51 Xinhua Editor :Huang Mingrui
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A train runs on a new airport subway line for trial in Beijing, capital of China, June 15, 2019. Self-driving trains for the subway line connecting downtown Beijing with its new international airport started trial run Saturday, according to local authorities. Stretching 41.4 kilometers, the new line supports autopilot system and can run at a speed of 160 km per hour, with as many as 448 passengers, according to Beijing Major Projects Construction Headquarters Office. (Xinhua/Zhang Chenlin)

A train runs on a new airport subway line for trial in Beijing, capital of China, June 15, 2019. Self-driving trains for the subway line connecting downtown Beijing with its new international airport started trial run Saturday, according to local authorities. Stretching 41.4 kilometers, the new line supports autopilot system and can run at a speed of 160 km per hour, with as many as 448 passengers, according to Beijing Major Projects Construction Headquarters Office. (Xinhua/Zhang Chenlin)

A train runs on a new airport subway line for trial in Beijing, capital of China, June 15, 2019. Self-driving trains for the subway line connecting downtown Beijing with its new international airport started trial run Saturday, according to local authorities. Stretching 41.4 kilometers, the new line supports autopilot system and can run at a speed of 160 km per hour, with as many as 448 passengers, according to Beijing Major Projects Construction Headquarters Office. (Xinhua/Zhang Chenlin)

A train runs on a new airport subway line for trial in Beijing, capital of China, June 15, 2019. Self-driving trains for the subway line connecting downtown Beijing with its new international airport started trial run Saturday, according to local authorities. Stretching 41.4 kilometers, the new line supports autopilot system and can run at a speed of 160 km per hour, with as many as 448 passengers, according to Beijing Major Projects Construction Headquarters Office. (Xinhua/Zhang Chenlin)

A train runs on a new airport subway line for trial in Beijing, capital of China, June 15, 2019. Self-driving trains for the subway line connecting downtown Beijing with its new international airport started trial run Saturday, according to local authorities. Stretching 41.4 kilometers, the new line supports autopilot system and can run at a speed of 160 km per hour, with as many as 448 passengers, according to Beijing Major Projects Construction Headquarters Office. (Xinhua/Zhang Chenlin)

A train runs on a new airport subway line for trial in Beijing, capital of China, June 15, 2019. Self-driving trains for the subway line connecting downtown Beijing with its new international airport started trial run Saturday, according to local authorities. Stretching 41.4 kilometers, the new line supports autopilot system and can run at a speed of 160 km per hour, with as many as 448 passengers, according to Beijing Major Projects Construction Headquarters Office. (Xinhua/Zhang Chenlin)

Photo taken on June 15, 2019 shows the inside view of a train of the new airport subway line in Beijing, capital of China. Self-driving trains for the subway line connecting downtown Beijing with its new international airport started trial run Saturday, according to local authorities. Stretching 41.4 kilometers, the new line supports autopilot system and can run at a speed of 160 km per hour, with as many as 448 passengers, according to Beijing Major Projects Construction Headquarters Office. (Xinhua/Zhang Chenlin)

Photo taken on June 15, 2019 shows the inside view of a train of the new airport subway line in Beijing, capital of China. Self-driving trains for the subway line connecting downtown Beijing with its new international airport started trial run Saturday, according to local authorities. Stretching 41.4 kilometers, the new line supports autopilot system and can run at a speed of 160 km per hour, with as many as 448 passengers, according to Beijing Major Projects Construction Headquarters Office. (Xinhua/Zhang Chenlin)

Photo taken on June 15, 2019 shows a station of a new airport subway line at Beijing Daxing International Airport in Beijing, capital of China. Self-driving trains for the subway line connecting downtown Beijing with its new international airport started trial run Saturday, according to local authorities. Stretching 41.4 kilometers, the new line supports autopilot system and can run at a speed of 160 km per hour, with as many as 448 passengers, according to Beijing Major Projects Construction Headquarters Office. (Xinhua/Zhang Chenlin)

Photo taken on June 15, 2019 shows a station of a new airport subway line at Beijing Daxing International Airport in Beijing, capital of China. Self-driving trains for the subway line connecting downtown Beijing with its new international airport started trial run Saturday, according to local authorities. Stretching 41.4 kilometers, the new line supports autopilot system and can run at a speed of 160 km per hour, with as many as 448 passengers, according to Beijing Major Projects Construction Headquarters Office. (Xinhua/Zhang Chenlin)

Photo taken on June 15, 2019 shows the inside view of a new airport subway train in Beijing, capital of China. Self-driving trains for the subway line connecting downtown Beijing with its new international airport started trial run Saturday, according to local authorities. Stretching 41.4 kilometers, the new line supports autopilot system and can run at a speed of 160 km per hour, with as many as 448 passengers, according to Beijing Major Projects Construction Headquarters Office. (Xinhua/Zhang Chenlin)

Photo taken on June 15, 2019 shows the inside view of a new airport subway train in Beijing, capital of China. Self-driving trains for the subway line connecting downtown Beijing with its new international airport started trial run Saturday, according to local authorities. Stretching 41.4 kilometers, the new line supports autopilot system and can run at a speed of 160 km per hour, with as many as 448 passengers, according to Beijing Major Projects Construction Headquarters Office. (Xinhua/Zhang Chenlin)

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