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Old December 6th, 2011, 05:17 PM   #61
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Taiwan started aviation revolution: Ma
INTERNATIONAL HUB::By starting direct flights to East Asian cities, Taiwan is set to become a transfer point to North America, President Ma Ying-jeou said yesterday
Taipei Times
Fri, Dec 02, 2011

Taiwan has “silently launched a revolution in East Asia” through the formation of the “Northeast Asia Golden Aviation Circle” forging direct links between Taipei and airports in Tokyo in Japan, Shanghai in China and Seoul in South Korea, President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) said yesterday.

During an inspection visit at the renovated Terminal One and Terminal Two at Taipei International Airport (Songshan), Ma said direct flights between the airport and Shanghai Hongqiao Airport were launched in June last year, while direct flights to Haneda International Airport in Japan began in October last year.

Direct flights between Taipei airport and Gimpo Airport in Seoul — “the last piece of the puzzle,” as Ma called it — in the Northeast Asia Golden Aviation Circle are scheduled to be launched in March.

“The number of cross-strait flights has increased to 558 per week and the service now covers 41 cities in China,” Ma said. “We have also signed an open-skies agreement with Japan, allowing the nation to dispatch flights to any airport in Japan, except Tokyo, which still restricts the number of flights arriving at the city’s airports.”

“Taiwan has silently launched a revolution in the aviation industry in East Asia. Taiwan will draw many Chinese passengers to transfer via Taiwan to North America or other regions if the revolution continues, which will solidify the status of Taiwan in this region,” he said.

The establishment of direct flights between Taipei, Shanghai, Tokyo and Seoul was one of the main promises Ma made during his presidential election campaign in 2008.

Ma said the government set a clear division of labor between Taipei International Airport and Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, in which the former serves as the backup airport for the latter and functions as a “small yet beautiful” business airport in the nation’s capital.

The average flight time from Taiwan to any major city in the Asia-Pacific region is 2 hours and 55 minutes, which is shorter than from any other country in the region, Ma said.

This geographical advantage, coupled with direct flights to the three East-Asian cities, is set to make Taiwan the flight hub of Northeast Asia, he said.

“Previously, Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport was the only airport in Taiwan that generated a profit,” Ma said. “However, now Taipei [International Airport], Kaohsiung Hsiaogang and Taichung Cingcyuangang airports have begun to turn a profit as well.”

An increase in the number of international tourists arriving in Taiwan helped boost the development of the aviation industry, he said, adding that the number could reach 6 million this year. He said that the nation attracted 600,000 international tourists last month, which was the highest number of international visitors in a single month so far.

The Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) last year began renovating the Taipei International Airport, which has been in operation since 1951. Aside from new facilities, several businesses have opened retail stores at the airport, including Starbucks and Chunshuitang Cultural Tea House.

In related news, the legislature’s Transportation Committee gave its preliminary approval to an amendment to the Civil Aviation Act (民用航空法) that would allow owners of personal jet to fly their aircraft to any airport in Taiwan.

However, the bill needs further negotiation in the legislature.

At present, owners of personal jet are only allowed to arrive at and leave from the same airport in Taiwan. They are also banned from traveling with their jets during their stay in Taiwan.

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Old February 1st, 2012, 09:13 AM   #62
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Soil, groundwater at airports found to be contaminated

After finishing the first ever pollution investigation of 30 operational units at the nation’s airports, the Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) yesterday said that soil or groundwater at seven of the 11 airports had been contaminated.

The investigation showed that the level of tetrachloroethylene in the groundwater below Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Services (TIAS) workshops at Taoyuan International Airport was found to be 102 times the legally permitted level.

Soil pollution was discovered at Taipei Song Shan Airport’s jet fuel center, and at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport’s China Airline and EVA Airways incineration facilities. Groundwater pollution was found at Taipei Song Shan Airport’s jet fuel center, Far Eastern airlines, China Airlines and TIAS.

The pollution could have been caused by jet fuel spilled when refueling or leaks from underground pipes, the EPA said.

Tsai Hung-teh (蔡鴻德), executive secretary of the EPA’s soil and groundwater remediation fund management board, said “tetrachloroethylene is a carcinogen, so if the amount exceeded safety standards, it would pose a health risk.”

EPA toxic chemical substance data indicates that tetrachloroethylene does not hydrolyze in water and soil, decomposes very slowly in surface soil and in gaseous form can cause liver and kidney damage, anesthesia, headache, nausea, short-term central nervous system damage, while long-term exposure can lead to cancer.

The EPA has asked local environmental protection agencies to supervise the companies efforts to clean up the polluted sites.
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Old February 19th, 2012, 06:12 AM   #63
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Taoyuan airport to reshuffle flights as runways worked on
Taipei Times with CNA

Flight schedules at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport will be reshuffled to make way for restoration work on the airport’s two aging runways, Taoyuan International Airport Corp (TIA) said.

Each of the runways will be closed for a 10-month period after the overhaul project begins in October, so a flight rearrangement at the country’s main gateway is necessary, the TIA said.

The NT$10.7 billion (US$354 million) project is expected to be completed in 2015 at the earliest, with restoration to be halted for Lunar New Year holidays, the TIA said, adding that “traffic nightmares will be inevitable by that time.”

“Unfortunately, some flights will have to be moved to off-peak time slots,” TIA senior vice president Wen Yung-sung (溫永松) said, adding that more negotiations are needed with airlines to determine the extent of flight adjustments.

Wen said flights to and from Asian countries are more likely to be affected because they are mostly scheduled during peak hours, from 6am to 9am for departures and after 6pm for arrivals.

Wen said a possible increase in the number of cross-strait flights in the future might cause additional concerns. Currently, the number of direct cross-strait flights using the airport has reached 386 per week.

TIA’s runway restoration project has drawn criticism since last year, when initial construction was halted for nearly a month after the contractor in charge of the project went bankrupt.
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Old February 20th, 2012, 08:15 AM   #64
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Transportation industry breaks growth records

Many important indicators in the transportation industry experienced growth last year, with the majority setting new records, statistics from the Ministry of Transportation and Communications showed.

The ministry said it examined 17 indicators in the land, air and sea transport services last year and found that 14 had set new records.

Compared with 2010, passenger numbers on the Taiwan Railway Administration system grew 8.5 percent to about 560,000 per day last year. Figures for the high-speed rail increased 12.7 percent to 114,000 per day.

The Taipei MRT system saw double-digit growth in daily passengers last year, increasing by 12.1 percent to 1.55 million, while the Kaohsiung MRT system’s daily passengers numbers also grew by 7.9 percent to about 136,000 daily.

The ministry’s plan to gradually increase use of the nation’s public transportation system proved effective, with passengers on public buses rising by 4.4 percent to 3.17 million per day.

In the aviation sector, total passenger numbers at Taipei International Airport (Songshan) reached 5.26 million last year, registering 41 percent growth compared with 2010. The number of passengers on cross-strait flights last year also grew 22.9 percent to a total of 7.16 million.

Strong growth was seen at the free-trade zones at the nation’s seaports as well. Trading volume in the special zones rose by 21.4 percent to top 4.08 million tonnes last year, which in turn increased trading value to an all-time high of NT$302.6 billion (US$10.22 billion).

The number of inbound visitors to Taiwan reached a historical high of 6.09 million last year, an increase of 9.3 percent over 2010. Those coming for tourism rose 11.9 percent to 3.63 million. Outbound tourists grew 1.8 percent to 9.58 million.

In addition, the amount of money stored in personal savings accounts at Chunghwa Post topped NT$4.7 trillion. The number of received and delivered packages also reached 27 million.

While three other indicators failed to set new records, the ministry said they all showed growth. The number of containers handled at the nation’s seaports grew 5.4 percent to 13.42 million twenty-foot equivalent units last year, the highest level in four years.

The amount of cargo handled at seaports topped 680 million revenue tonnes, which has been rising for two consecutive years. The same trend was also seen in the number of domestic flight passengers, rising 7.7 percent.

Despite the general growth trend in the transportation sector, the ministry’s statistics department said the number of transit flight passengers was down 8.8 percent last year to 1.81 million. The amount of cargo handled at airports also dropped 6.9 percent to 1.73 million tonnes.
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Old February 27th, 2012, 02:52 PM   #65
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Old February 28th, 2012, 03:58 PM   #66
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Old April 17th, 2012, 08:59 AM   #67
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Old April 30th, 2012, 06:09 PM   #68
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Mon, Apr 30, 2012
Songshan to begin direct flights to Gimpo in Seoul
Taipei Times

President Ma Ying-jeou’s (馬英九) vision of a “golden aviation circle in Northeast Asia” is one step closer to reality as direct flights between Taipei International Airport (Songshan) and Gimpo Airport in Seoul, South Korea, are set to debut today.

China Airlines will operate the first flight from Taiwan on the route. It is scheduled to depart at 9:25am today. From Gimpo, a flight operated by South Korea’s T’way Airlines will leave at 11am. Both carriers will use Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

Until now, travelers heading to downtown Seoul needed to spend an extra hour on the road after they arrive at Incheon International Airport, the main international airport in Seoul. Traveling time will be reduced by 20 to 30 minutes if they land at Gimpo Airport.

Ma’s vision, announced while campaigning for the 2008 presidential election, also called for direct flights from Songshan to Shanghai Hongqiao Airport as well as to Tokyo Haneda Airport. Like Gimpo, Hongqiao and Haneda are closer to the centers of Shanghai and Tokyo when compared with the main airports in those cities.

Flights to Hongqiao began in June 2010 and to Haneda four months later.

Taiwan and South Korea did not reach an agreement on the Songshan-Gimpo route until last year. Both sides agreed to two flights per day at the initial stage of the route’s operation.

Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) Director-General Yin Cheng-pong (尹承蓬) said Taiwan and South Korea also agreed to talk about raising the number of Songshan-Gimpo flights at the end of this year.

Some carriers have asked the CAA to increase direct flights to Hongqiao because demand has already outpaced supply.
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Old May 25th, 2012, 09:25 AM   #69
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Photos of the first phase of Terminal One Renovation: (Arrival Area)









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More photos of ongoing construction:

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Old June 5th, 2012, 02:49 PM   #71
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I have travelled extensively through airports in Asia last month, including TPE. After the grandeur of SIN, ICN and to a lesser extent KUL, TPE was back down to Earth. Nothing really bad with it, but it didn't impress me much - although always nice to spot the Hello Kitty Eva!

I made this video, as part of my Airport Chronicles series, if anyone's interested:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xHjsdim-2bU

The building works noted in the posts above seem to be coming along well, as when I was there last month, there was a lot of turmoil and confusion, with the construction cordening off access to certain routes around the terminal, with no forewarning signs. However, there were multi-lingual annoucements apologising for the construction, which I thought was a nice touch.

On another note, anyone know whose A380 will be first to touch down at TPE? I presume EK, as it wouldn't be profitable for any other carriers in the near future.
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Fri, Jun 29, 2012
Chinese bank official given express airport clearance
Taipei Times

Taoyuan International Airport has illegally granted a Chinese official express customs clearance in yet another example of the administration’s abandonment of Taiwan’s sovereignty, a lawmaker said yesterday.

Cai Rongjun (蔡榮俊), director of Bank of China’s (BOC) Taipei branch, used a temporary pass to enter a restricted area of Taoyuan airport on Tuesday to pick up BOC president Li Lihui (李禮輝), who was granted express customs clearance, Taiwan Solidarity Union (TSU) Legislator Huang Wen-ling (黃文玲) told a press conference.

Li is in Taipei to open the BOC’s Taipei branch, the first Chinese bank to open a branch in Taiwan.

Express customs clearance is granted only to heads of state, ministerial-level foreign officials, foreign ambassadors or guests invited by the central government, but Li is an executive in the private sector, Huang said.

The lawmaker demanded that the Aviation Police Office explain why Li was granted clearance and which institution had applied for it.

Cai’s temporary pass was distributed at the request of the Straits Exchange Foundation, Taoyuan International Airport Corp said, adding that temporary passes are prohibited for use for the purpose of public relations.

The foundation, a semi-governmental organization in charge of cross-strait exchanges and negotiations, had gone beyond its authorization and procedures in asking for the temporary pass, Huang said.

The foundation, the police and the airport corporation have not been doing their jobs and have ignored the importance of national security, Huang said.
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Old July 10th, 2012, 06:51 AM   #74
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CTU signs cooperation memorandum with TPE
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Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport (CTU) formally signed cooperation memorandum with Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) on July 6, 2012. TPE is the sixth cooperating airport with whom CTU signs memorandum after it has done so with Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport, Singapore Changi Airport, Tokyo International Airport, and Melbourne Airport. The cross-regional cooperation between the airports from two regions will exert positive impacts on promoting cooperation and accelerating common developments.

CTU is the fifth largest airport in mainland China. In 2011, the airport's overall passenger throughput reached 29.074 million. Meanwhile, the cargo & mail traffic throughput reached 477.7 thousand tons. CTU now ranks the first among airports in Midwest China and the 47th in the world. At present, CTU is the base hub for four airlines including Air China Southwest Branch, Sichuan Airlines, China Eastern Airlines Sichuan Branch and Chengdu Airlines.

TPE is the largest and busiest airport in Taiwan with two runways and two terminals. It is an important air hub in the Asia-Pacific region with advanced facilities, complete service functions and intensive air network. TPE handled 24.948 million passengers in the year of 2011 and ranked 56th among all airports in the world.
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Anyone know what impact has Eva Air made for Taiwan after joining Star Alliance? Would be great to see growth in passenger numbers in Taiwan Taoyuan International
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Anyone know what impact has Eva Air made for Taiwan after joining Star Alliance? Would be great to see growth in passenger numbers in Taiwan Taoyuan International
Well, Star is over-represented in Asia, with many airlines in the alliance. Passengers can choose to connect to ANA in Japan, Air China out of Beijing, Asiana out of Seoul, Thai out of Bangkok, and Singapore.

Don't think EVA's entry will make a big impact on Taipei's passenger counts.
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From this angle, I really think they should change the facet of the concourse from that "shxtty brown" colour to a cleaner white colour to match the main terminal building
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Yes - the new addition seems a bit out of place from this angle. The ugly part's interiors have been modernized though.
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More photos from the ongoing Terminal 1 Renovation:

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