A further liberalization of air services between China and Taiwan appears to be the impetus behind some Taiwanese carriers’ fleet expansion plans. Earlier this month the two sides agreed to increase the number of weekly flights on the China-Taiwan sector to 558 from 370. This means each side gets 279 weekly flights, effective in July. Taiwan’s Civil Aeronautics Administration says Taiwan’s additional 94 weekly frequencies will be allocated as follows: 24 to Far Eastern Air Transport ...
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