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Taipei, July 31 (CNA) No emergency signals were received from the TransAsia Airways flight that crashed in outlying Penghu County last week, the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) said Thursday. Although cause of the crash that left 48 people
Taipei, July 7 (CNA) Taiwan has not received any request to subject passengers traveling from the country's airports to the United States to tighter flight security measures proposed by Washington, Taiwan's Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) said
Taipei, May 28 (CNA) Taiwan received three awards at the 2014 Asia Pacific/World General Assembly of the Airport Council International (ACI) in Seoul, South Korea Tuesday, including accreditation of Kaohsiung International Airport's carbon reduction
Taipei, Jan. 6 (CNA) A South Korea n C-130 military cargo plane landed at Kaohsiung International Airport Monday for a refueling stop. The arrival was notable because military planes of non-allied countries rarely land in Taiwan.
Taipei, Jan. 5 (CNA) Most of Taiwan was shrouded in poor quality air Sunday because of too many suspended particulate in the air that have moved in from abroad, the Environmental Protection Administration stated.
Taipei, Oct. 16 (CNA) A Sunrise Airlines BK117 helicopter has lost contact with the control tower during a flight over central Taiwan , the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) said Wednesday. The National Search and Rescue Command Center has sent
Whether Taiwan attends the session in the capacity of a guest or an observer is a trivial issue because both statuses require invitations from the Assembly, Glaser explained.
Taipei, Aug. 29 (CNA) A total of 36 flights have been affected due to torrential rain brought by Tropical Storm Kong-Rey, the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) announced Thursday. As of 11 a.m., 22 international flights and 10 domestic flights
Taipei, May 28 (CNA) Far Eastern Air Transport (FAT) will not be allowed to expand its cross-Taiwan Strait business because of a series of incidents concerning flight safety reported since it resumed operations in 2011, the Civil Aeronautics
Taipei, April 16 (CNA) The price of domestic air tickets is expected to increase by between 6 percent and 35 percent from October, the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) said Tuesday. The new pricing will follow a formula that takes both