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Comments The new schedule, which also affects 10 other destinations, has 11 more flights than the national carrier's normal operations. Flight frequency to Botswana has also been increased to five from three every week while flights to Antananarivo,
Auckland Airport welcomes China Southern's additional Chinese New Year flights Auckland Airport has today welcomed the announcement that China Southern Airlines will increase its Auckland flights during the 2014 Chinese New Year. The two 787 return
In Summary Rough holiday patch coming to an end Tourism had declined in the last four months which was blamed on election jitters and limited charter flights. advertisement More tourists are expected at the Coast following an increase in charter
Taipei, Nov. 20 (CNA) TransAsia Airways (TransAsia), one of Taiwan's smaller carriers, announced Wednesday that it is setting up a low-cost carrier subsidiary to tap into a market that has gained increasing popularity worldwide.
Airlines (CAL), Taiwan 's largest carrier, said Thursday that it will operate two round-trip charter services between Taipei Songshan Airport and Japan 's Matsuyama Airport, whose names use the same Chinese characters.
Taipei, Aug. 28 (CNA) Dubai-based Emirates Airlines has announced that it will begin offering direct flights next year between Taipei and Dubai, one of the countries that make up the United Arab Emirates. The move will make Taiwan Taoyuan
State-owned Air China says half-year profit rose 10 percent as foreign currency gains more than made up for declining passenger and cargo revenue. The Beijing-based airline said late Tuesday that earnings from its stake in Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific
Under the agreement, the airlines of each country may operate 14 passenger flights and seven cargo flights a week.
Taipei, Aug. 12 (CNA) Taiwan announced Monday an increase to the number of direct passenger flights to and from China by 54 each week starting in August, bringing the total cross-straight flights to 670 weekly.
Taipei, Aug. 6 (CNA) The growing number of overseas tourists visiting Taiwan has resulted in a rise in the number of passengers handled by Taiwan's main airports in the first half of the year, according to Ministry of Transportation and