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Old March 6th, 2013, 04:54 PM   #121
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Wed, Mar 06, 2013
Government ‘evaluating low-cost carrier terminal’
Taipei Times

The government is still evaluating whether to build a new terminal for low-cost carriers at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, Minister of Transportation and Communications Yeh Kuang-shih (葉匡時) said yesterday

Twelve low-cost carriers have begun offering flights from Taiwan since 2004, of which 10 operate out of Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and two others from Taipei International Airport (Songshan airport).

Last year, Taoyuan International Airport Corp (TIAC) said it proposed having a separate terminal for budget airlines in the nation’s largest international airport, because of increasing complaints from passengers boarding non-budget flights.

As low-cost carriers generally operate on a strict budget and have a limited number of check-in counters, the long lines formed by passengers of low-cost carriers often disrupt the operations of other carriers, TIAC said.

To accommodate the discount airlines, the company planned to remodel the building previously used by the Grand Hotel’s flight catering service at Taoyuan.

Yeh said that turning the old building into a terminal for low-cost carriers was “just a thought,” adding that he has asked the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) to evaluate whether it is necessary to build a new terminal and whether budget carriers should pay different aircraft landing charges.

“Support from the government is the main reason why the low-cost carriers can survive,” Yeh said. “Malaysia is lauded for its success in developing budget carriers, yet that success also means that it can only attract certain types of visitors, which may not be a good sign for the airport and tourism in the long run.”

However, Yeh said the government was considering lowering the amount of capital needed to operate budget or other airline services in Taiwan from NT$10 billion (US$337.2 million) to NT$5 billion to encourage more carriers to offer such flight services in Taiwan.

Yeh said that budget carriers are more competitive for a number of popular flights, including those to Japan, Shanghai and Beijing, but they do not necessarily have a competitive edge on every flight route.

Last week, the CAA also said that it had proposed lowering the aircraft landing charges at the Hualien, Chiayi and Tainan airports as an incentive to encourage more low-cost carriers to offer services there.

Meanwhile, Yeh said the ministry had yet to approve a CAA proposal to raise fares on domestic flights, adding that no domestic flight services would be canceled or curtailed before any decision is made.

The CAA proposed raising domestic flight ticket prices after taking into account oil prices, which have risen from NT$13.6 per liter in 2004 to NT$28 per liter last month.

Many domestic carriers have suffered financial losses because of the increase in oil prices.

Yeh said the ministry would need to consider other factors when reviewing the CAA’s proposals.

“People often complain that it is difficult to get a ticket to the nation’s outlying islands,” Yeh said. “Domestic carriers, whose financial losses could top NT$300 million a year, tend to merge flights or find ways to cancel services to limit losses. With the accumulated losses, they are unlikely to buy new aircraft or add flights.”
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Old March 7th, 2013, 03:01 PM   #122
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Twelve low-cost carriers have begun offering flights from Taiwan since 2004, of which 10 operate out of Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and two others from Taipei International Airport (Songshan airport).
Which 12?
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Old March 7th, 2013, 07:33 PM   #123
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Which 12?
At TPE, there's Air Asia, Air Asia Philippines, Air Asia X, Scoot, Jetstar Asia, Jin Air, Peach, and Tiger Airways. I don't know what the 10th one is.

At TSA, there's T'way Airlines and Eastar Jet.
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Old March 7th, 2013, 07:46 PM   #124
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At TPE, there's Air Asia, Air Asia Philippines, Air Asia X, Scoot, Jetstar Asia, Jin Air, Peach, and Tiger Airways. I don't know what the 10th one is.

At TSA, there's T'way Airlines and Eastar Jet.
Cebu Pacific flies to Taoyuan.
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Old March 8th, 2013, 09:06 AM   #125
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Fri, Mar 08, 2013
Airport operator says no new plan to attract LCCs
CAPACITY : The firm dropped plans to turn a building into a terminal for low-cost carriers because it was too small to keep up with the growth in passenger numbers
Taipei Times

Taoyuan International Airport Corp yesterday said it has no new plans to attract low-cost carriers (LCC) to the nation’s largest airport.

Last year, the company proposed remodeling a building previously used by the catering service of Taipei Grand Hotel and turning it into an LCC terminal. The proposal was recently turned down by the Ministry of Transportation and Communications.

There are currently 12 budget airlines serving Taiwan: 10 at Taoyuan airport and two at Taipei International Airport (Songshan airport).

Hsu Chia-jui (許家瑞), general manager of the company’s business planning and marketing department, said that LCCs accounted for 3.3 percent, or 930,000, of Taoyuan airport’s passenger volume last year.

He said the airport estimated that passengers arriving via budget airlines could exceed 1 million this year.

“The LCCs have contributed [to airport traffic] by bringing more passengers from Singapore and Malaysia,” he said.

However, Hsu said the company abandoned the plan to build an LCC terminal after a thorough assessment of costs and benefits.

“The building [used by Grand Hotel] would be able to accommodate 1 million passengers after remodeling, [but] given our estimates on growth in LCC passenger numbers, the terminal will soon run out of capacity after remodeling,” he said.

Hsu added that a new terminal would also need customs, immigration, quarantine and security officers, raising the question of whether such an investment would be profitable.

Hsu said that Taoyuan airport’s terminals one and two have a combined capacity of 32 million, but annual passenger volume is only about 27.38 million.

There is still capacity for LCC passengers, he said.

“The problem we are trying to solve now is how to ease congestion during peak hours, from 6am to 9am,” he said.

Hsu added that the airport has no intention of reaching out to budget carriers by offering them special deals.

Meanwhile, the Civil Aeronautics Administration is looking into offering different aircraft landing charges at different airports to ease the congestion at Taoyuan airport and encourage more LCCs to divert flights to regional airports.
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Old March 12th, 2013, 06:14 PM   #126
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Old June 4th, 2013, 06:48 AM   #127
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Old June 4th, 2013, 07:30 PM   #128
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I'm pretty sure that's Songshan, not Taoyuan.

But it's awesome seeing the Dreamliner in Taiwan either way.
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Old June 4th, 2013, 07:33 PM   #129
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Yes, I probably would suggest to change the thread title to include both airports.
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Old July 4th, 2013, 01:06 AM   #130
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Some recent Taoyuan Airport photos (courtesy of user aboutjgeo)

Terminal 2:















Terminal 1: (recently renovated)











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Old July 6th, 2013, 05:59 AM   #131
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A promo video from the Taoyuan Intl Airport Corporation, highlighting the completed renovation programme at Terminal 1:

English Version: http://youtu.be/nzkM_Qs4PVc

Mandarin Version: http://youtu.be/XbEnlJbgH1o
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Old July 9th, 2013, 05:26 PM   #132
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Fri, Jul 05, 2013
Taipei Times
DHL launches new Seoul, Taipei, Nagoya service

Deutsche Post DHL, one of the world’s leading mail and logistics services groups, has launched a new all-cargo freighter service between Taipei, Nagoya in Japan and the South Korean capital, Seoul, aiming to boost the company’s express service in Asia.

The service started late last month and will connect to a daily direct overnight service between Nagoya and DHL’s global hub in Cincinnati, Ohio, bringing benefits for customers on the key trade routes between Asia and the US.

“We remain relatively optimistic about trading momentum between Taiwan and the US, following economic recovery in the US,” DHL Express general manager in Taiwan Chee Yaw-chek (朱耀杰) told a media briefing yesterday.

Chee said the growth momentum in the global express service last year has returned to a level last seen in 2008, with high-technology products still the major driver for Taiwan’s express cargo market.

That prompted the company to invest in a new route from Taiwan using a Boeing 767-300 cargo aircraft, which can save on average 9 percent in fuel costs and offers a capacity of 55 tonnes, Chee added.

The new service allows greater flexibility and capacity, with up to four hours of cut-off time extension on shipments from Taiwan to the US, Chee said, adding that local small and medium-sized enterprises may be the major beneficiaries.

DHL Express has two aircraft in Taiwan, with approximately 14 commercial flights per day.

In related news, Evergreen Marine Corp (長榮海運), the nation’s largest container shipping firm in terms of fleet size, is to adjust port rotations on its route between Asia and Australia.

The container shipper plans to start sailing from Yokohama in Japan from Aug. 4.

Evergreen Marine jointly operates the route with Japan’s Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK Line), Mitsui OSK Lines Ltd and Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Ltd — known as K Line — as well as China’s Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL, 東方海外貨櫃航運).

Evergreen Marine is also adding a new Sino Australia Service (SAS) from Aug. 4 through a slot charter arrangement with China’s COSCO Container Lines Co Ltd (中遠集裝箱運輸), an indication that the firm sees strong trading demand between Asia and Australia.
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Old July 9th, 2013, 11:58 PM   #133
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Nice airport.
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Old August 2nd, 2013, 05:20 AM   #134
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Old August 26th, 2013, 03:15 PM   #135
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Old September 3rd, 2013, 10:33 AM   #136
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27 August, 2013
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Emirates announces passenger services to Taipei



DUBAI, U.A.E., 27th August 2013 Emirates, one of the world’s fastest growing airlines, today announced the launch of non-stop passenger services to Taipei, its 16th destination in the Far East.

The service will commence from 10th February 2014, initially with six non-stop flights per week to Taipei’s Taoyuan International Airport.

The route will be operated by a three class Boeing 777-300ER equipped with eight luxurious private suites in First Class, 42 lie-flat seats in Business Class, and generous space for 304 passengers in Economy Class, along with gourmet cuisine in all classes - served by Emirates’ multinational cabin crew.

The aircraft also features ice Emirates' award-winning inflight entertainment system which offers over 1,400 channels showing the latest blockbusters, subtitled Hollywood films, music, TV and games.

Taipei, home to nearly seven million people, is an economic and cultural centre with renowned sights, attractions and a myriad of shopping options. The destination is famous for producing and exporting electronics, textiles, plastics and rubber, optical and photographic instruments and chemicals.

“Emirates SkyCargo has operated a dedicated freighter service to Taipei since 2003. Given its status as a global trading hub and the demand, it is a natural progression for Emirates to launch passenger services to Taipei,” said Barry Brown, Emirates’ Divisional Senior Vice President Commercial Operations East.

“Emirates’ home, Dubai is another world-class trading centre and this launch is a strong example of not only linking two great commercial destinations, but also promoting international travel and trade. Through Dubai, Emirates offers its international passengers a one-stop connection from Taipei to 70 countries in the Middle East, Africa and Europe.

“We are confident that this new route will open up new trade opportunities across the Emirates network as well as support business and tourism travel to Taipei,” concluded Mr Brown.

Emirates now operates services to 134 destinations in 76 countries from Dubai. Earlier this year Emirates launched services to Warsaw and Algiers, followed by Haneda, Japan in June.

Emirates has announced plans to launch services to Stockholm starting 4th September, to Clark International Airport in the Philippines and the transatlantic Milan-New York route on 1st October; Conakry on 27th October, Sialkot on 5th November and Kiev on 16th January 2014.
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Old September 3rd, 2013, 11:29 AM   #137
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That is really good news for TPE!
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Old September 14th, 2013, 11:29 PM   #138
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one cant start booking flights with emirates yet. I wonder when they will start bookings from
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Old November 10th, 2013, 06:41 AM   #139
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Russia, China agree on direct flights between Moscow, Taipei

MOSCOW. Nov 8 (Interfax) - There will be direct flights between Moscow and Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, Russian Foreign Ministry official Alexander Lukashevich said.

"Consultations have been conducted between the governments of Russia and China on direct flights between Moscow and Taipei. Understanding was achieved on this issue," Lukashevich told a briefing on Friday.

"Flights between Moscow and Taipei will be carried out by the non-state private airlines Transaero (Russia) and China Airlines (China), which has a symbol in the form of a plum flower. The planes used in these flights will not bear any official symbols, flags or emblems, their crews will only use the uniform and symbols of the non-state airlines," Lukashevich said.

Russia's relations between all organizations of Taiwan are governed by the Russian presidential decree issued on September 15, 1992, Lukashevich said. "This decree clearly provides that such relations are to be unofficial and non-governmental," he said.
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Wed, Dec 11, 2013
Airport set to welcome 30 millionth passenger
Taipei Times

Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport is preparing to welcome its 30 millionth passenger of the year.

The Taoyuan International Airport Corp (TIAC) said that airlines had launched pilot flights from the airport to new destinations almost every month this year.

The new destinations include Takamatsu, Okayama, Asahikawa and Ishigaki Island in Japan; Busan in South Korea and Urumqi, Zhangjiajie, Hohhot, Hailar, Lijiang and Xining in China.

In addition, four airlines have either launched or plan to launch their first flights from Taiwan this year. Hawaii Airlines began flights in July, China’s Juneyao Airlines and Spring Airlines started on Dec. 1 and Japan’s Vanilla Air is to begin its service later this month.

Statistics from TIAC showed that the airport’s passenger volume hit a record-high 27.83 million last year. However, this year approximately 28 million passengers had passed through the airport by Nov. 30, which is a 10.3 percent increase from the same period last year.

The company said the airport hit the 20 million-passenger mark for the first time in 2004. The main reason passenger volume climbed to 30 million people in less than 10 years is the increase in flights between Taiwan and China, the company added.

The company estimated that the 30 millionth passenger would travel through the airport between Dec. 19 and Dec. 25 if passenger volume growth continues at its current rate, adding that the airport would organize a celebration and gifts to greet the lucky person.

TIAC spokesperson Wen Yung-sung (溫永松) said the airport has recently been contacted about commencing flight services by several large international airlines, including British Airways and Qatar Airways.

Earlier this year, Dubai-based Emirates Airlines announced that it would launch a pilot flight from Taiwan in February.

According to the Civil Aeronautics Administration, Taiwan has an aviation agreement with the United Arab Emirates, and Emirates Airlines can begin flight services from Taiwan whenever it sees fit.

However, there is no similar pact with Qatar, meaning that Doha-based Qatar Airways can only start offering flights from Taiwan after the two countries sign an aviation agreement, the agency said.

British Airways first entered the Taiwanese market in 1993 through its former subsidiary British Asia Airways, operating flights between London and Taipei via Hong Kong. It ceased operations after British Airways suspended flights to Taipei in 2001.
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