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Old May 20th, 2015, 08:43 AM   #21
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The New International Terminal Program of Kaohsiung International Terminal,maybe the new terminal would be named as T2~

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Old May 20th, 2015, 09:49 AM   #22
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The inaugural flight from Singapore to Kaohsiung of Scoot on 07.09.2015~~~

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The inaugural flight from Kuala Lumpur to Kaohsiung of AirAsia on 07.16.2015~~~

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Old August 6th, 2016, 06:14 AM   #25
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Kaohsiung airport pursuing more flights
Taipei Times with CNA Excerpt

Kaohsiung International Airport might already be Taiwan’s second-biggest airport, but it is now hoping for a larger slice of the nation’s aviation pie.

Pitching Kaohsiung’s location, the local government and lawmakers have begun a campaign to turn the airport into a cash cow that can bring more investment and business to the port city.

The campaign’s timing coincides with the accession to power in May of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) administration and its “new southbound policy” aimed at building closer ties with Southeast Asian nations.

Of the airport’s more than 700 weekly flights, 500 are to destinations in Southeast Asia and another 162 serve destinations in China, and the city thinks it is well-positioned for more.

DPP Legislator Lai Jui-lung (賴瑞隆), who represents the district where the airport is located, on July 2 asked the central government to come up with measures to encourage airlines to operate more flights out of Kaohsiung.

He also demanded that the Ministry of Transportation and Communications issue a report on the utilization of Kaohsiung airport in a month.

“Our goal is to have Kaohsiung airport share the burden of the international airport in Taoyuan as quickly as possible and create a win-win situation for both sides,” Lai said.

On June 16, Kaohsiung Secretary-General Yang Ming (楊明) suggested during a Cabinet meeting that the ministry assess the possibility of relocating more international flights from Taoyuan to Kaohsiung.

“The recent flight disruptions at Taoyuan airport resulting from floods reflected a long-standing problem. The high concentration of flights at the airport has made it hard to manage so many passengers,” he said at the time.

Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport is by far the nation’s biggest international gateway. It handled 38.47 million passengers last year, up 7.4 percent from 2014 and more than the 32 million it was originally designed for.

It is undertaking projects to dramatically increase its capacity, but, along with Lai, Yang thinks some of the flights should be diverted away to other airports.

“Southern Taiwan needs more flights to help bring in more tourists and create business opportunities,” Yang said, adding that moving flights to Kaohsiung would help strike a balance in development between the north and south.

Although Kaohsiung airport has also seen growth in passenger arrivals and departures in recent years, there is room for it to process more passengers.

Kaohsiung International Airport Deputy Director Fu Yao-nan (傅耀南) said the airport handled 4.86 million passengers flying international routes last year, still some way off its designed capacity of 6.09 million, so Kaohsiung would welcome more flights bound for Southeast Asian nations.
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Old April 3rd, 2017, 10:55 AM   #26
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NEWS > GENERAL THAI Smile eyes flights to Kaohsiung
3 Apr 2017 at 04:25

THAI Smile aims to launch flights to Taiwan's second largest city of Kaohsiung in the second half of this year.

The wholly-owned subsidiary of flag carrier Thai Airways International (THAI) has never operated flights to Taiwan before, and only China Airlines offers the service between Thailand and Kaohsiung with five flights per week, said Korakot Chatasingha, director of THAI's sales department.

"THAI stopped flying to Kaohsiung some time ago. Now we see this is a potential market since Thais are no longer required to seek visas before entering Taiwan," said Mr Korakot.

THAI operates flights to Taiwan's capital Taipei, while Thai Smile would serve customers flying to Kaohsiung, he said, adding "This will strengthen synergy between the two airlines".

THAI Smile is in the process of seeking permits to launch the flights to Kaohsiung with a frequency of 4-7 flights per week, Mr Korakot said.

He noted the process could take some time but a clear picture is likely to emerge in the second half of this year.

The airline is also seeking permits to operate flights to Cebu in the Philippines, and the issue is likely to be settled in June, he said.

THAI's domestic flights cover Chiang Mai, Phuket, Krabi and Koh Samui and it was unlikely to expand to more destinations, Mr Korakot said. Thai Smile and Nok Air,

however, would operate flights to other provinces to compete with other low-cost airlines, he noted.

Mr Korakot said around 20% of THAI tickets are sold online and sales have continued to rise through this channel, adding the company has set a target of 30% of ticket sales to be processed online by the end of this year.

The company's ticket sales were solid in January and February, with a cabin factor of above 80%, he added.

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