TransAsia Closes Following Crashes, Financial Losses

Credit: Airbus
BEIJING—TransAsia Airways, the third-largest airline in Taiwan, is closing, following two crashes in the past two years, persistent unprofitability and a failed attempt at setting up a budget subsidiary. Closure of the carrier leaves Airbus looking for new buyers for four A330-800s and six A321s...

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