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Old November 2nd, 2014, 02:45 PM   #241
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EVA mulling daily Taipei to Paris flight service
BONJOUR KITTY:The carrier is seeking to build brand awareness through its Hello Kitty-themed jets on the route. The jets have boosted passengers 2-5%
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EVA Airways Corp (EVA, 長榮航空) is mulling a daily flight between Taipei and Paris as a new driver for both sales and profitability.

The nation’s second-largest airline in terms of fleet size operates four flights a week between Taipei and Paris, but hopes to increase the number to seven in the near term, a company executive said before one of the carrier’s Hello Kitty-themed aircraft landed at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport yesterday morning.

“We hope the introduction of the Hello Kitty-themed aircraft for the service between Taipei and Paris helps EVA to gain brand awareness and popularity in the French market, while further helping us win the right to raise flight frequency on this route,” EVA chairman Chang Kuo-wei (張國煒) told reporters before the takeoff, citing the load factor of more than 80 percent on the route.

The carrier plans to use the themed plane, a Boeing 777-300ER, to serve three out of four weekly flights between Taipei and Paris, according to Chang, who holds a Boeing 777 pilot’s license and planned to fly the themed plane himself on its return to Taipei later yesterday.

Paris is the themed jet’s first stop in Europe as EVA wants to attract more European passengers to visit Taiwan.
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Old November 2nd, 2014, 09:31 PM   #243
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From today, you can add the following airlines for discussion on this thread:

- Mandarin Airlines (AE)
- TigerAir Taiwan (IT)
- TransAsia Airways (GE)
- Uni Air (B7)
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Here's a brand new Taiwanese carrier...

V Air A321-200 (WL) (reg. B-22608)

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EVA Air B777-300ER, "Star Alliance signature livery" (reg. B-16701)

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TransAsia profit above its rivals
TransAsia said its profits were up on the back of the expansion of 10 of its international routes last year, as CAL and EVA both also posted a profit for Q3
17 November 2014
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TransAsia Airways Corp (TNA) yesterday posted a net income of NT$292.34 million (US$9.5 million) for the first three quarters of this year, outperforming its local rivals, mainly due to better cost management and rising passenger loads.

That translated into earnings per share (EPS) of NT$0.53, an improvement from the loss of NT$82.63 million, or NT$0.15 EPS, seen during the same period last year, the company said in a statement.

During the third quarter, the carrier saw net income total NT$134.03 million, or NT$0.24 per share, marking the fifth consecutive profitable quarter.

In terms of EPS, TNA outperformed its two domestic peers China Airlines Ltd (CAL) and EVA Airways Corp (EVA).

The carrier attributed the improvement in profitability to its expansion of 10 international routes last year. The company has seen an increase in the number of passengers flying those international routes so far this year.

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The average passenger load factor for international routes showed a steady rise from the same period last year, which helped drive up the companys overall business, TransAsia said in a statement.

CAL and EVA, the nations two largest carriers, both returned to the black last quarter the traditional peak season for the airline industry on lower fuel costs due to a decline in global crude oil prices and a pickup in passenger business.
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Old November 23rd, 2014, 09:35 AM   #247
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TransAsia Airways ATR-72-600 (reg. B-22815)

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Old December 5th, 2014, 04:19 PM   #248
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Tigerair gets go-ahead for cross-strait budget flights
Due to regulations regarding aviation safety, V Air has been deemed ineligible for cross-strait routes because of the TranAsia Airways crash on Penghu in July
27 November 2014
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The Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) has said that budget airline Tigerair Taiwan is qualified to participate in the operation of cross-strait air traffic rights, making it the nations first domestic low-cost carrier to enter the cross-strait aviation market.

Taiwan and China reached an agreement in September to increase the number of cross-strait flights from 828 per week to 848 per week.

The newly added flights are set to carry passengers to or from Changzhou Airport in Chinas Jiangsu Province and Jieyang Chaoshan International Airport.

Both nations are allowed to operate three flights to or from each airport per week.

According to the CAA, the airlines that qualified for the operation of these new routes include China Airlines, EVA Airways, Uni Air, Mandarin Airlines, Far Eastern Air Transport and Tigerair Taiwan.

Tigerair Taiwan was the only low-cost carrier to make a bid for the rights to operate these new flight routes.

Despite the fierce competition, the airline said it would actively pursue the opportunity to enter the cross-strait aviation market.

Currently, Chinas Spring Airlines is the only low-cost carrier offering cross-strait flights and is said to be relatively profitable with its high average occupancy rates.

The CAA said that another Taiwanese low-cost carrier, V Air, part of the TransAsia Airways group, is not eligible to participate in cross-strait flights this year due to the crash of TransAsia Airways Flight 222 on Penghu in July.
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Tigerair Taiwan A320-200 (WL) (reg. B-50001) -- the first aircraft for the airline

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EVA Air to launch Taipei-Houston flights in June 2015
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Taipei, Dec. 8 (CNA) EVA Airways (EVA), one of Taiwan's leading airlines, announced Monday that it will launch three weekly round-trip flights between Taoyuan International Airport and Houston, Texas, beginning June 19, 2015.

The airline said it hopes the new route will expand its market base to the southern United States. EVA's U.S. coverage currently includes New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle and Guam.

North America is a major market for EVA's long-haul flight services, which are typically at 80-90 percent capacity. The airline is also scheduled to launch a service to Chicago in 2016.
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TNA increases sales target
17 January 2015
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TransAsia Airways Corp is aiming to achieve annual sales of NT$20 billion (US$632.01 million) this year, driven mainly by its budget carrier V Air, a company executive said yesterday.

TransAsia posted NT$13.17 billion in consolidated sales last year, the highest level in the companys history and up 8.56 percent from 2013, the company said in a statement.

The company is challenging itself to raise annual consolidated sales to NT$20 billion this year, TransAsia chairman Vincent Lin told a media briefing yesterday.

V Air, a low-cost carrier that began operations last month, is ready to take delivery of its second aircraft in April or May, as the carrier is planning to fly new routes to Northeast Asia, Lin said.

V Airs fleet may expand to four or five aircraft by the end of this year and will generate more revenue for TransAsia, he said.

TransAsia is scheduled to begin offering a daily service on its route between Taipei and Sapporo, Japan, this year, Lin said. Currently, the carrier has two flights per week on the route.

TransAsia is continuing its search for appropriate destinations in Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam and Cambodia, as the airline considers expanding its routes in the future, Lin added.

The fast decline in global crude oil prices over the past few months has helped ease cost pressures on the carrier, and Lin said he is bullish on the companys profitability this year.

TransAsia reported net income of NT$292.34 million, or earnings per share (EPS) of NT$0.53, for the first three quarters of last year, which represented the highest EPS among the nations three listed carriers.
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Ministry of Labor fines airlines for overworking staff
17 February 2015
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Nine airlines have been fined for violating labor regulations since early this month after the Ministry of Labor launched a round of inspections directed at protecting the working conditions of flight personnel.

According to a statement issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, TransAsia and China Airlines were fined for violating labor regulations capping working hours at 12 per day.

The ministry launched inspections of the nations airlines following the crash of TransAsia Airways Flight GE235 on Feb. 4, which prompted questions about the working hours of the flight personnel and whether they were exhausted from overwork.

Out of a total of 15 airlines in the nation, nine companies offer passenger flights and the remaining six specialize in cargo transport or other services.

Other airlines were fined for violations such as failing to provide employee attendance records or failure to hold labor-management meetings.

The companies have been subject to fines between NT$20,000 to NT$300,000 by local labor departments around the nation, the ministry said.

The ministry announced it would soon conduct further labor inspections of the 34 foreign airline companies with operations in Taiwan.

Increased labor inspections of transportation and retail industries are set to take place during the Lunar New Year holiday, which begins on Thursday, the administration said.

The working conditions of flight personnel received significant media attention after China Airlines employees launched a string of protests over the size of their year-end bonuses and accused the company of forcing them to endure long hours and harsh working conditions.
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TransAsia flight from Taipei turns back due to warning signal problem
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Taipei, Feb. 21 (CNA) A TransAsia Airways flight on a domestic route from Taipei to Makung was forced to turn around Saturday after the pilots received an engine warning alert, but it turned out to be a problem with the aircraft's warning system, the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) said.

Soon after the departure of Flight GE507 from Taipei Songshan Airport at 12:46 p.m., a warning signal appeared on the cockpit display, indicating a torque problem on the No. 1 engine, according to the CAA.

The pilots turned around the ATR72-500 aircraft and returned to the Songshan airport at 1:03 p.m., the CAA said.

After inspection, however, it was determined that the problem was not the engine but rather the aircraft's warning system, the CAA said.
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CAL to pay higher bonuses on bullish outlook for year
21 March 2015
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China Airlines Ltd chairman Sun Hung-hsiang yesterday said the airline would distribute an additional month of salaries to employees, with the money to be wired directly to their bank accounts next month.

The airline also plans to raise pay by 2.5 percent on average this year, as it is upbeat about its passenger and cargo businesses, Sun said at a media gathering in Taipei.

The announcements came after thousands of its employees earlier this year criticized CAL for a plan to cut their annual bonuses to a flat level of NT$20,000 per person.

The workers rally in January outside the company's offices drew the public's attention to salary packages at the nations largest airline.

Sun yesterday said the company would strengthen its relationship with its employees. He did not elaborate on the issue and soon shifted focus to the declining global crude oil prices, which are likely to significantly ease CAL's costs this year.

We are quite optimistic about this years outlook, with high expectations on several fronts, Sun said.

Sun said the global crude oil price might remain at about US$50 to US$60 per barrel for the next two years a reasonable level in terms of fundamentals which would benefit the airline industry.

The carriers passenger business should maintain steady growth this year with an increase of 10 percent in sales, as the nations inbound and outbound numbers continue to increase, Sun said.

Following the introduction of more Boeing 777 and Airbus 350 aircraft in the next few years, CAL's fleet is set to be more fuel-efficient and that could improve the company's costs and profitability in the long-term, Sun said.

In addition, improving prospects for the air cargo sector could lift CAL's revenues further, he added.

CAL plans to recall three B747 cargo freighters to service gradually by the end of this year. The aircraft have been in storage in the US since 2012 when cargo demand turned sluggish, Sun said.
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Taiwan detects flights using new Chinese controversial flight path
29 March 2015
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Taiwan detected 15 flights as of Sunday afternoon using China's newly opened M503 flight route that is seen as a threat to Taiwan's security and aviation safety.

Most of the flights using the flight path up to 4 p.m. were flying from Pudong Airport in Shanghai to Hong Kong, Taiwan's Civil Aeronautics Administration said.

It also recorded one flight from Qingdao in Shandong Province to Hong Kong, one from Pudong Airport to Kuala Lumpur, and one from Dalian in Liaoning Province to Hong Kong, the agency said.

China's Civil Aviation Administration said the M503 route was officially inaugurated at midnight Saturday, and that the first flight on the new route, Dragonair Flight 857 that took off in Shanghai, made a smooth landing in Hong Kong.

"A total of 33 flights will use the route during the day," the Chinese authority said.

A report by China's state-run Xinhua News Agency said on Sunday that under the Civil Aviation Administration's plan, flights on the M503 route will be limited to the Shanghai Flight Information Region, and the number of flights will initially be limited to 33.

Taiwan has strongly objected to the new north-south flight path, which runs close to the median line of the Taiwan Strait dividing Taiwanese and Chinese airspace, describing it as a threat to commercial flights in Taiwan's airspace and to the country's security and sovereignty.

Taiwanese authorities tried to get China to cancel the route that it unilaterally declared, but Beijing only agreed to move M503 six nautical miles to the west of its original path and cancel plans for four east-west routes running off M503.
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EVA Air expanding service to North America
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Taipei, April 17 (CNA) EVA Airways, one of Taiwan's leading international carriers, said Friday it is expanding its market base in North America by opening up new routes and increasing the number of flights on existing ones.

The airline said it will launch three flights per week between Taoyuan and Houston, Texas starting June 19, and increase the number to four per week from July 1.

Starting Dec. 12, EVA said, it will add another weekly flight to its Toronto and Vancouver services from Taiwan, bringing the number to five.

The additional flights between Taoyuan and those two Canadian cities are being introduced in response to increasing travel demand on the routes, the airline said.

When all of the changes take effect, EVA's weekly flights to North America will increase from the current 55 to 63.
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EVA AIR A330-300 (B-16309) Hello Kitty livery Taipei (RCTP/TPE) Departure by Yung Chen Sung, on Flickr



EVA AIR B777-300ER (B-16703) in Taipei (RCTP/TPE) by Yung Chen Sung, on Flickr



China Airlines CI-223 (B-18307) A330-300 Sungshan (RCSS/TSA) Landing by Yung Chen Sung, on Flickr



China Eastern Airlines A330-343X (B-6125) Sungshan (TSA/RCSS) Landing by Yung Chen Sung, on Flickr
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The last one is a China Eastern Airlines plane, and not a Taiwanese registration carrier.
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