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An EVA Air Boeing 747-400. The airline is one of multiple from Taiwan offering "mini-travel" flights to nowhere. Photo: By 湯小沅 (B-16410) [CC0], via Wikimedia Commons)

Taiwanese Airlines Introduce Mini-Travel During The Pandemic

Taiwan is seeing a surge in demand for the so-called “mini travel” during the pandemic as multiple airlines have introduced special flights to bring Taiwanese people back to the skies, Focus Taiwan reports. The situation of Taiwan is quite different from the rest of the world. Coronavirus cases have remained extremely low since the pandemic began. However, Taiwan's citizens are not allowed to travel abroad due to a strict travel ban around the globe. Low-cost airline TigerAir introduced a three-hour,…

China Airlines Increasing Operations, Reducing Check-In Options at Hub Airports

Taiwan's China Airlines is reducing on-site check-in counters at its airports in Taipei — Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, Taichung International Airport and Kaohsiung International Airport — in a bid to reduce human contact amid the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic. According to the airline, all airport self-check-in kiosks in Taiwan will…

Far Eastern Air Transport Abruptly Cancels Flights, Again

After abrupt flight cancellations on Thursday, Taiwan’s Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) is reviewing an application from Far Eastern Air Transportation to resume service. The struggling airline abruptly announced it would be suspending services with the government revoking its license on the same day. This is the second time the airline…

First Starlux A321neo Arrives in Taiwan

Taiwanese start-up carrier Starlux Airlines took delivery of its very first aircraft, an Airbus A321neo jet (B-58201), Friday. The aircraft landed at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport on Monday morning. This is the airline's inaugural aircraft and the first in a series of A321neo jets to be delivered to the new…

StarLux Airlines Unveils Cabin Crew Uniforms and A321neo Cabin Products…

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…

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…

Tigerair Taiwan Adding 15 New Airbus A320neo to Fleet

Low-cost carrier Tigerair Taiwan will be leasing eight Airbus A320neo aircraft and buying another seven. The leases and acquisitions are part of the Taiwanese carrier's plan to develop new routes out of Taiwan and meet growing market demand for low-cost travel in the Asia Pacific region. According to parent company…

Tigerair Taiwan Adding 15 New Airbus A320neo to Fleet

Low-cost carrier Tigerair Taiwan will be leasing eight Airbus A320neo aircraft and buying another seven. The leases and acquisitions are part of the Taiwanese carrier's plan to develop new routes out of Taiwan and meet growing market demand for low-cost travel in the Asia Pacific region. According to parent company…

Mandarin Airlines to Launch Charter Flight to Tottori, Japan

Mandarin Airlines, a subsidiary of China Airlines, will be launching a new charter service from its Taichung hub in central Taiwan to Tottori in Japan’s Chugoku region beginning Sept. 4, 2019. The new non-stop flights will operate two times a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The two round-trip charter flights…

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…