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China Airlines unveils plan to expand network

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China Airlines has unveiled plan to increase passenger services for North America, Southeast Asia, Japan and Korea.

Starting this month, flights will resume to Osaka, Fukuoka and Nagoya with more flights added to Tokyo (Narita) and Seoul).

In October, the Taiwanese carrier will increase flights to Bangkok, Singapore, Penang, Kuala Lumpur, Ho Chi Minh, Hanoi, Manila, Phnom Penh and Yangon. Daily passenger services will also operate on the Taipei-Jakarta route.

On North American routes, flights are being increased in response to travel demand for Los Angeles, San Francisco, Vancouver and New York.

On European routes, services will be available for Amsterdam, Frankfurt, and London.

Flights on routes such as Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Xiamen and Chengdu are also available.

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Starting this month, flights will resume to Osaka, Fukuoka and Nagoya with more flights added to Tokyo (Narita)

Fukuoka and Nagoya? *But Japan is only building its inbound testing and quarentine centers at Haneda, Narita, and Kansai (Osaka).
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Fukuoka and Nagoya? *But Japan is only building its inbound testing and quarentine centers at Haneda, Narita, and Kansai (Osaka).

There will be life after this pandemic you know. It's not a bad thing to prepare for that future.

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They've GOT to change their name.....

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They've GOT to change their name.....

They would probably lose too many routes to remain viable if they did. The CCP is exquisitely sensitive to the slightest perceived insult (oh, so China isn't good enough to include in the name of your airline ?) and would probably cancel every route they fly into a Chinese airport while pressuring nations around the world to stop allowing them to fly there. Taiwan has to pick its fights carefully.

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