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StarLux Airlines' first Airbus A321neo at Airbus' facility. (Photo: StarLux Airlines)

StarLux Airlines Unveils Cabin Crew Uniforms and A321neo Cabin Products in Taipei

Taiwanese start-up carrier, StarLux Airlines (JX), first unveiled its cabin service uniforms and Airbus A321neo cabin products on October 2 at a media event in downtown Taipei. The new luxury-oriented airline is planning to operate ten Airbus A321neo jets when it commences operations next year serving secondary cities in Asia from Taiwan's Taoyuan Airport. Services are planned to commence on Jan. 23, 2020, flying to Macau, Da Nang, and Penang. [caption id="attachment_37057" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] StarLux's JX Style Collection (Photo: StarLux…

StarLux Airlines Prepares to Launch Operations in January

Taiwan's newest carrier, StarLux Airlines, is aiming to commence service on Jan. 23, 2020, looking to confirmation from Taiwan’s Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA). The airline proposed the cities of Macau, Penang, and De Nang to be the first destinations it serves with Bangkok and Cebu following shortly thereafter. Once in…

StarLux Airlines Receives Initial Route Approvals, Moves One Step Closer…

Following years of preparation, StarLux Airlines, a brand new Taipei-based airline was granted permission to operate service to Japan and Thailand. Taiwan’s Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) has approved 13 new routes, including to the Japanese destinations of Okinawa, Osaka, Fukuoka, Sendai, Sapporo, Hakodate, Nagoya and Tokyo. The airline will operate…

StarLux: A New Competitor in the Taiwanese Skies

The former chairman of Taiwan's Evergreen Group and EVA Air, Chang Kuo-wei, is setting up his own airline to compete with Taiwan's two major carriers, China Airlines and EVA Air. Seeing positive forecasts about the Asian-Pacific market, Chang aims to begin operation of his airline, StarLux Airlines, in early 2020.…