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137. China Airlines Launches Ultra-Low Temperature Cargo Service
China Airlines, the only airline in Taiwan to have obtained international pharmaceutical cold chain logistics certification, has launched a new ultra-low temperature delivery service to take advantage of opportunities arising from COVID19 vaccine delivery. Deliveries for cargo chilled to as low as -80C can now be undertaken once dry ice is added. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on
138. Singapore Airlines Partners PayPal for New Payment Option
Singapore Airlines Partners PayPal for New Payment Option. Singapore Airlines customers in Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Taiwan, Singapore and the US can now pay for their flights with PayPal on singaporeair.com. After booking Singapore Airlines flights online, travellers can now pay for tickets using their PayPal account in as few as three clicks and without the need to r
139. China Airlines to Launch Taipei - Palau Flights
China Airlines has confirmed plans to launch flights between Taipei (Taoyuan) and Palau as part of a Taiwan - Palau travel bubble. The government has set a total cap of 110 people for tour groups on each Taipei-Palau flight operated by China Airlines. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 1 April 2021.
140. Hutchison-Priceline Extends Partnership with Amadeus
Hutchison-Priceline Extends Partnership with Amadeus. Hutchison-Priceline, a leading travel services provider in Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan, has extended its distribution and web services agreement with Amadeus for a further five years following four previous years of partnership. Mr. Tony Ma, Chief Executive Officer of Hutchison-Priceline, said,
141. Airbus Approves China Airlines as Supplier of MRO and Aircraft Conversion Services
Airbus has approved China Airlines as a supplier of MRO services and aircraft conversion services. The centre will be based in Taiwan.
142. V Air Launches Taipei - Okinawa Flights
V Air has launched flights between Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport in Taipei and Okinawa, Japan. V Air will operate the Taipei - Okinawa route three times per week, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
143. AirAsia X Launches Take a Break Promotion
AirAsia X has launched a Take a Break promotion which features fares from as low as MYR 349 to Japan, MYR 389 to Taiwan, MYR 399 to Australia, China from MYR 419 or Seoul, Korea from MYR 489 from Kuala Lumpur. The Take a Break promotional fares are available for online bookings from until 17 June, 2012 for travel between 1 July 2012 and 27 October 2012. Terms and conditions apply.
144. Thailand Offers Chinese and Chinese Taipei Tourists Visa Fee Waiver
Under a special three-month promotion running between August and October 2014, holders of Chinese and Chinese Taipei (Taiwan) passports do not have to pay a visa fee when visiting Thailand for the purpose of tourism. The promotion, designed to boost visitor arrivals in what has been a turbulent year for Thai tourism, will apply only to visitors coming to Thailand for tourism, and s

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