Taiwan Cargo Figures Soar, Passenger Demand Evaporates

China Airlines
China Airlines' cargo revenue in April jumped 112.8% year-on-year.
Credit: Joe Pries
Despite the decimation of April passenger traffic in Taiwan, air cargo income continues to soar for the country’s two largest carriers China Airlines and EVA Air. Their cargo revenues have doubled year-on-year, while passenger revenue has plummeted at the fastest rate since the outbreak started. In...

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