China Airlines China Airlines

China Airlines is the national airline of the People’s Republic of China, operating in excess of 1,300 flights weekly to 91 cities across the world in Asia, North America, Europe and Oceania.

Established in 1959 by a retired air force officer, China Airlines initially operated charter flights using only two planes, but gradually expanded its domestic and international routes over the next two decades. Today it operates 83 aircraft and is undergoing a major renewal programme which will see the acquisition of a number of new planes.

China Airlines has been at the forefront of pioneering new technologies aimed at improving passenger’s pre-flight and in-flight experience, such as check in by mobile phone, on-board WiFi and multichannel entertainment (which also offers passengers the opportunity to enjoy external views from the aircraft). The company’s Boeing 777-300 also features a galley bar and social areas for business class passengers.

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China Airlines flys to:
Amsterdam, Bangkok, Jakarta, Denpasar/Bali, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Honolulu, Incheon - Incheon Intl, New York - John F Kennedy International, Osaka - Kansai International, Kuala Lumpur, Los Angeles, Manila, Nagoya, Tokyo - Narita, San Francisco, Ho Chi Minh City, Singapore, Taipei, Vienna, Vancouver

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Twitter: From user 'Cam MacMurchy'
White House: China's demands to U.S. airlines 'Orwellian nonsense' https://t.co/IGZrVsVWSl https://t.co/iNJ3Wa2MsQ
US condemns China for 'Orwellian nonsense' over language policing - The Express Tribune
WASHINGTON DC: The White House on Saturday sharply criticized China's efforts to force foreign airlines to change how they refer to Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau, labeling China's latest effort to police language describing the politically sensitive ...
Photos: inside the President of Taiwan's private airport lounge - Australian Business Traveller
Think the Qantas Chairman's Lounge is tough to get into? That's nothing, compared to China Airlines' invitation-only lounge at Taipei's Taoyuan Airport, where not even the darkest or shiniest of VIP frequent flyer cards will get you a look inside, as ...
Twitter: From user 'no justice - just us'
U.S. condemns China for 'Orwellian nonsense' over airline websites https://t.co/bh5Q01sPXQ
Twitter: From user 'DOWN HOME COOKING'
White House slams China's 'Orwellian' https://t.co/x0hJzMOJMD
Twitter: From user 'DEBBIE STOOTS'
RT @foxandfriends: White House slams China’s demands to US airlines as ‘Orwellian nonsense’ https://t.co/qFJvJ8fihK
United States 'ups the trade ante' with attack on China's 'Orwellian' demands on airlines, analysts say - South China Morning Post
The United States is putting another bargaining chip in play in its trade fight with China by hitting back at Beijing's “Orwellian” semantic demands on foreign airlines, analysts said. The White House on Saturday condemned China's Civil Aviation ...
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US rips China's airline 'censorship' - NWAOnline
The White House on Saturday released a blistering statement criticizing China's government for a recent demand that U.S. and other airlines change the way they refer to Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau in promotional materials. ";This is Orwellian nonsense ...
Twitter: From user 'Byron Huang'
RT @anwuwong: White House calls China's warning to airlines 'Orwellian nonsense' https://t.co/zSecocJcoP
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