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Taipei, Jan. 18 (CNA) Taiwan's military has agreed to give up some the land it occupies at Taipei International Airport in support of the government's airport expansion plan, a senior official said Friday. Speaking at a ceremony celebrating the 66th
Taipei, Sept. 11 (CNA) Taiwan and China are expected to restart staled negotiations on cross-Taiwan Strait flights in early November after talks on the issue ground to a stop in July, the Civil Aeronautics Administration said Tuesday.
Taipei, Sept. 1 (CNA) A Dapeng Airlines plane that went missing two days ago has been spotted in a mountainous area in the eastern county of Hualien, officials at the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) said Saturday.
Taipei, Aug. 30 (CNA) A Dapeng Airlines BN-2 plane with three people aboard lost contact Thursday during an aerial photography mission over northeastern Taiwan, according to the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA).
Taipei, Aug. 12 (CNA) A lightning strike may have damaged a runway at Taipei International Airport (Songshan Airport) on Saturday, airport authorities said, adding that the damage has since been repaired and flight departures and take-offs have
Throwing financial caution to the wind, local governments across China are throttling forward with airport construction projects as part of a nationwide push to expand regional air service. A State Council order July 8 to appropriately advance civil
Taipei, July 24 (CNA) The Civil Aeronautics Administration will acquire a new-generation flight inspection aircraft July 27, which has a high tech-based operation system that is expected to greatly increase the country's flight navigation ability.
Shen, 63, was sworn in Monday as the nation's first woman to head the administration in its 65-year history. The first CAA director-general to climb the CAA's ranks from the ground up, Shen has spent the last 40 years working in a field traditionally
Former Cabinet Secretary-General Lin Yi-shih failed a lie detector test, reports said Thursday, while Vice President Wu Den-yih changed his story about not knowing the businessman involved in the scandal. The Supreme Prosecutors Office Special
Matsu is likely to attract a large number of Chinese tourist gamblers, observers said Sunday, a day after residents voted to allow Taiwan's first casino. A wave of visitors from the mainland could provide a welcome boost to the cluster of islets