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- 1. China Airlines to Join SkyTeam
China Airlines to Join SkyTeam. China Airlines has begun the joining process which should lead to full entry into the SkyTeam Airline Alliance by mid-2011. Headquartered in Taipei, China Airlines is one of the largest airlines in Taiwan, home to one of the world’s most dynamic technology-driven economies that also possesses abundant tourism opportunities and booming aviation indust
- 2. China Airlines takes MOS Burgers to the Skies
China Airlines takes MOS Burgers to the Skies. In order to provide more meal choices to passengers, China Airlines added another tasty treat to its in-flight menus on October 1, when MOS Rice Burgers were served to Economy Class passengers on flights from Taipei to New York, Sydney and Brisbane. It is the first time that China Airlines has co-operated with one of the world’s leadin
- 3. China Airlines Takes Delivery of Airbus’ 100th A350 Aircraft
China Airlines has taken delivery of a very special Airbus A350. The aircraft is not only China Airlines' seventh A350 XWB, but also the 100th A350 that Airbus has delivered. The milestone aircraft is an A350-900 version, joining China Airlines’ growing A350 XWB fleet – adding to the line-up of widebody A330s and A340s flown by the long-time Airbus customer, which is based in Taiwa
- 4. China Airlines launches Mobile Counter Airport Service in Taiwan
China Airlines launches Mobile Counter Airport Service in Taiwan. China Airlines is the first airline to use a Mobile Counter in Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 at Taoyuan International Airport in Taiwan. The new service allows China Airlines ground staff to move the Mobile Counter around the airport and provide check-in services such as issuing boarding passes and baggage tags, wherever
- 5. China Airlines to launch Flights between Kaohsiung and Chiang Mai
China Airlines to launch Flights between Kaohsiung and Chiang Mai. China Airlines is to launch a new Kaohsiung-Chiang Mai passenger service on April 18, with three flights per week, using a Boeing B737-800 jet. This will be China Airlines' second passenger service to Chiang Mai, following the launch of its Taipei-Chiang Mai flights in March, 2005.
- 6. China Airlines to Offer Enhanced Functionality on Galileo
China Airlines to Offer Enhanced Functionality on Galileo. Galileo recently renewed its content distribution agreement with China Airlines. As part of the agreement, China Airlines will implement enhanced functionalities on the Galileo system to provide travel agents with greater ease in booking its content and delivering better service to their customers. In addition, all China Ai
- 7. China Airlines and Giant to Promote Cycling Tours
China Airlines and Giant to Promote Cycling Tours. To satisfy the increasing demand for cycling abroad, China Airlines has been offering a series of Okinawa Four-day Cycling Tours from February to May. China Airlines and Giant will also join together to launch cycling tours to Mainland China, Japan, Europe and Australia.
- 8. Qantas to Codeshare with China Airlines
From 15 October 2014, Qantas will codeshare with China Airlines on flights from Sydney and Brisbane to Taipei, with up to ten return services per week available between Australia and Taipei during peak seasons. China Airlines services between Australia and Taipei are operated with Airbus A330 aircraft. The new codeshare services operated by China Airlines will be available for book
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