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China Airlines Signs Strategic Framework Agreement with Fuzhou

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China Airlines has signed a Strategic Cooperation Framework Agreement with the municipal government of Fuzhou, the bustling capital of southeastern China's Fujian Province.

Categories covered by the agreement include the launching of direct passenger and cargo aviation routes between Taiwan's main international airport at Taoyuan and Fuzhou's main airport, the development and promotion of transportation logistics hub construction projects in Fuzhou aimed at building on the city's status both as a provincial capital and a major center of economic growth in the Taiwan Strait region, the joint planning and promotion of a new "Fuzhou Aviation Industrial Park", and the strengthening of tourism industry cooperation between Taiwan and Fuzhou.

This agreement, the first of its kind ever signed between China Airlines and a municipal government in mainland China, demonstrates China Airlines' further strengthened commitment to developing operations in mainland China.

CAL is also preparing to launch twice-weekly scheduled cargo service between Taoyuan and Fuzhou, which is expected to transport large amounts of electronic products and sporting goods.

The rapidly emerging cross-Taiwan Strait aviation market has become a major priority for the China Airlines Group, which presently operates 61 weekly passenger flights to 14 destinations across mainland China as well as six weekly all-cargo flights to Shanghai-Pudong and Guangzhou.

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