TransAsia Airways, Taiwan’s third-largest carrier, plans to launch international services to Tokyo and also is eyeing other Asian destinations. Longer-term, the carrier hopes to serve the U.S. Newly appointed President Yee-Choong Chooi says, “Tokyo we are looking at. This week or next week it’s due to be liberalized. Tokyo is very important for our network. We already serve five cities on the northern Japan island of Hokkaido and then further south we serve Osaka Kansai and Okinawa.” ...

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