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Old August 10th, 2017, 02:59 PM   #321
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Aug. 03, 2017
CAL concerned over limited airspace
SECURING THE SKIES : Ideally airlines in this region would capture long-haul transfer passengers traveling from Australia and New Zealand to Europe, CAL said
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China Airlines Ltd (CAL, 中華航空) chairman Ho Nuan-hsuan (何煖軒) yesterday voiced concerns about limited time slots in busy skies, as a new airline prepares to enter the market.

Ho said that Starlux (星宇航空), an airline set up by former EVA Airways Corp (長榮航空) chairman Chang Kuo-wei (張國煒), would be entering a highly saturated market and intensifying competition in Asia.

While aircraft and air traffic rights agreements can be easily acquired to set up new airlines, carriers need to secure enough runway time slots to ensure long-term viability, Ho said, adding that favored time slots are limited.

“Existing agreements on time slots were forged over lengthy discussions between carriers and regulators, and airlines are not likely to give them up, at least not CAL,” Ho said at a news conference in Taipei.

Given the scarcity of ideal time slots, new entrants could face difficulty establishing viability if they can only offer red-eye flights, Ho said, adding that he is neutral on whether regulators approve Starlux.

However, Ho, who is also chairman of the Taipei Airlines Association (TAA), said that the association has sent a statement to the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) urging against over-deregulation that could disrupt the market’s supply and demand balance.

While the CAA has been open with foreign carriers, some of the regulator’s counterparts abroad have taken a protectionist stance, Ho said.

Despite standing air traffic rights agreements, CAL’s requests for additional time slots were rejected by airports in Incheon, South Korea, as well as Shanghai and Hong Kong.
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Tigerair to clear losses in four years
ROUTE EXPANSION : The company is having difficulty securing slots at airports in popular destinations and is not even given red-eye flights, chairman Chang Ho-jo said
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Tigerair Taiwan Ltd (台灣虎航), a subsidiary of China Airlines Ltd (CAL, 中華航空), on Tuesday last week said its turnaround is intact and it expects to wipe out its accumulated losses in four years’ time.

The budget carrier has been in the black since the beginning of this year and has posted a net income of NT$174 million (US$5.76 million) for the first six months.

That compares with a net loss of NT$420 million during the same period last year.

Tigerair Taiwan became a fully owned subsidiary of CAL in January following a break with a Singaporean partner.

“The company has posted consecutive monthly sales growth as of the end of last month,” company chairman Chang Ho-jo (張鴻鐘) said.

The carrier saw its load factor surge to 85 percent during the summer peak season between July and last month, which, along with its growing chartered flight business, helped boost earnings, Chang told a news conference held to mark the third anniversary of the company’s establishment.

Despite the bright outlook, the carrier is still facing challenges, such as the limited size of its home market and difficulties in expanding to new routes.

More : http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/biz/.../25/2003679072
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Old October 12th, 2017, 06:41 PM   #325
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Old October 30th, 2017, 06:21 PM   #326
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Lawmakers scrutinize Far Eastern Air Transport
UNEQUAL BURDEN : While the airline’s eight airplanes account for only 4 percent of the nation’s civil aircraft, the CAA spends a large amount of its time overseeing it
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The Legislative Yuan’s Transportation Committee yesterday again scrutinized the operations of Far Eastern Air Transport, with several lawmakers expressing their doubts about the airline’s financial situation following a series of incidents.

While the committee was scheduled to review the budget plans of the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) and the Civil Aviation Operation Fund, lawmakers instead focused their questions on problems at the airline, as a minor collision at the carrier’s maintenance hangar last week resulted in damage to an aircraft and a disruption of operations at Taipei International Airport (Songshan airport).

The airline canceled 127 flights last month, and the CAA also found that Huafu Enterprise Co, which owns the carrier, has used it as collateral to borrow a total of NT$2.2 billion (US$72.7 million) from several banks.

Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Legislator Lee Kun-tse (李昆澤) said that as the airline mainly offers flights to outlying Kinmen and Penghu, canceling flights would affect mainly travelers heading home.

The CAA needs to ensure that the airline maintains normal operations, Lee said.

DPP Legislator Lin Chun-hsien (林俊憲) questioned whether it was normal for an airline to cancel that many flights in one month and whether it is possible that the carrier will also fold.

Far Eastern has ranked last among domestic carriers for on-time flights in the first three quarters of this year, but the CAA has only asked the airline to improve and has not issued any fines, he said.

Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) Legislator Chen Hsueh-sheng (陳雪生) said that Far Eastern’s ticket prices are far less than those offered by other carriers, questioning whether the company has money left to maintain its aircraft.

DPP Legislator Cheng Yun-peng (鄭運鵬) said Far Eastern is less financially sound than TransAsia Airways, which dissolved its operations earlier this year.
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Old October 31st, 2017, 11:12 AM   #327
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Old November 13th, 2017, 02:09 PM   #330
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Passenger demand boosts EVA Q3 profit
EXPANDED FLIGHTS : The carrier attributes its gains to expanded flights to North America and North Asian destinations and to increased cargo transport volume
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EVA Airways Corp (長榮航空) on Friday reported that it saw a marked profit gain last quarter over a year ago on rising demand for passengers and cargo transport.

Net income during the period ending Sept. 30 surged 92.4 percent annually to NT$4.53 billion (NT$150.14 million), EVA said in a statement.

Earnings per share were NT$1.08 last quarter, compared with NT$0.56 the previous year. In the second quarter, the carrier made earnings of NT$0.39 per share, company data showed.

The carrier attributed the gains to expanded flights to North American and North Asian destinations.

In the first nine months of the year, EVA saw its overall passenger load factor — a measurement of how full its planes are — rise 8.9 percent from a year earlier, thanks to the carrier’s wider offering of North Asian destinations and a weaker Japanese yen.

Rising consumer spending also led to a 5.6 percent rise in air cargo transport pricing and a 5.8 percent gain in cargo transport volume, despite a 2.7 percent dip in capacity, EVA said.
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Tigerair Taiwan, T'way Air sign codesharing MOU
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Taipei, Nov. 29 (CNA) Budget airline Tigerair Taiwan, a subsidiary of Taiwan's China Airlines, said Wednesday it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with South Korean counterpart T'way Air to provide codesharing services.

In a statement, Tigerair Taiwan said Chairman Chang Ho-jo (張鴻鐘) signed the agreement with T'way Air Chief Executive Officer Jung Hong-Geun on Monday in the cargo center of Gimpo International Airport, where the Korean carrier is headquartered.

The Taiwanese budget carrier said the MOU is expected to help the two partners expand their connecting network and provide better service to passengers.

It is the first time Tigerair Taiwan has entered into a codesharing agreement with a foreign counterpart.

According to Tigerair Taiwan, T'way Air, set up in 2010, is a leading budget airline in South Korea with a fleet expected to grow to 19 planes by the end of the year.

T'way Air currently operates flights between Songshan Airport in Taipei and Gimpo airport, and between Taoyuan International Airport and Daegu International Airport, and will begin service between Incheon International Airport and Taichung and Kaohsiung in December, Tigerair Taiwan said.

Tigerair Taiwan currently offers flights to 21 destinations, including service between Taoyuan and Daegu, Taoyuan and Busan, and Taoyuan and Jeju, the Taiwanese carrier said.
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Plane at Pearson crashes into a pole
During a deicing period, the plane collided with a pole, damaging the right wing and forcing passengers to evacuate.
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Dec 2, 2017

Passengers aboard a flight en route to Taiwan were forced to evacuate when the plane leaving Toronto crashed into a pole just before take off.

Flight BR35 with EVA Air was in the midst of a routine deicing around 1 a.m. Saturday morning, when the right wing of the plane collided with a nearby pole, resulting in significant damage.

Following police investigation, Peel police said pilots were told that they were not oriented correctly on the runway, possibly resulting in the crash.

Flights were cancelled, stranding passengers at Pearson for the rest of the morning.

Fire services responded to the scene, aiding in the evacuation process, and busses were offered to help unload passengers and send them back to Pearson for shelter.
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MOTC should help workers in CAL dispute: legislators
Dec. 12, 2017
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The Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) should weigh in on China Airlines’ (CAL) proposed punishment of three employees who participated in a workers’ protest earlier this year, lawmakers said yesterday, urging the ministry to defend the interests of workers.

The airline recently held a personnel evaluation meeting, during which management proposed punishing or firing the three employees who attended a protest organized by transport service workers on June 23 this year.

Management cited the workers’ failure to wear employee IDs while on duty, constant tardiness and failure to report for duty as reasons for the punishment.

However, the Taoyuan Flight Attendants Union and the China Airlines Employees Union said that the move was meant to punish the employees for participating in the protest and speaking out against the company.
Several union members protested outside the Ministry of Labor (MOL) yesterday afternoon, calling on the company to stop slandering the three and to rescind its ruling.

New Power Party Legislator Hung Tzu-yung (洪慈庸) and Democratic Progressive Party Legislator Chung Kung-chao (鍾孔炤) brought up the labor dispute during a meeting of the legislature’s Transportation Committee.

“The ministry is the largest shareholder of CAL and should not allow members of the workers’ union to be unreasonably treated by management,” Hung said.

The MOL had ruled in October that the airline had engaged in “unfair labor practices” by holding private conversations with these union members and adding to their psychological burden, Hung added.

Despite the ruling, the company continued to question these union members and proposed punishing them, which shows contempt for the MOL and the MOTC, she said.
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China Airlines vows to uphold safety as pilot calls for strike
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China Airlines yesterday reiterated its commitment to aviation safety after a pilot, who was fired by the airline for failing four alcohol tests in one day, threatened to mobilize the Taoyuan Pilots’ Union to go on strike.

“We hope the public will support China Airlines’ position in maintaining aviation safety. We also hope that other pilots will see what the matter was really about and will not be swayed by others,” China Airlines senior vice president Gao Xing-huang (高星潢) said at a news conference.

The pilot, surnamed Fu (傅), failed the alcohol tests after reporting for duty on July 11, Gao said, adding that was the day Fu was elected acting chairman of the union.

Fu filed a complaint with the Ministry of Labor accusing the airline of violating the Labor Union Act (工會法) by engaging in unfair labor practices, Gao said.

The act is supposed to protect members of a union so that they will not be unfairly treated by their company when they participate in events organized by the union, he said.

“The ministry agreed that alcohol consumption is not a union activity and overruled Fu’s complaint,” Gao said.

After Fu reported for duty at 6:10pm on July 11 at Kaohsiung International Airport, an alcohol test was administered that showed he had a blood alcohol level of 0.084 milligrams per liter (mg/L), Gao said.

Fu was given 20 minutes to rinse his mouth and rest, followed by a second test that found his blood alcohol level was 0.117mg/L, Gao added.

He said the company later administered two additional tests using a larger machine that can generate more precise results, which measured Fu’s blood alcohol level at 0.13mg/L and 0.11mg/L.

Fu’s assignment that night was canceled immediately after the tests, Gao said, adding that Fu was subsequently fired, as his blood alcohol level had exceeded 0.1mg/L.
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CAL to increase flights to Ontario, California from March 25
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Dec. 26 (CNA) China Airlines (CAL) announced Tuesday that it will officially launch direct flights between Taoyuan and the city of Ontario in California March 25, with one-round trip flight per day, instead of the four per week it originally said in September when it announced the opening of the new route.

The decision to increase the frequency of the service was made in anticipation of good market performance based on the high interest shown in the market since the new service was announced, the company said.

CAL will use Boeing 777-300ERs on the route, which will also be the second one for CAL to offer non-stop services between Taiwan and the Greater Los Angeles region after it began flying to Los Angeles in 1971.

The carrier said it hopes to take advantage of the new destination, which offers easier access to the popular tourist destination of San Diego, as well as Whittier, Hacienda Heights and Rowland Heights -- where there are significant Chinese-speaking communities.
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