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China sends 19 fighter jets to Taiwanese airspace amid US visit (again)

The Taiwanese air force has been forced to scramble to get jets in the air for the second day in a row, as China sent 19 fighter jets towards the island on Saturday in protest of ongoing relations between Taiwan and the US. According to Taiwan’s Defence Ministry, 19 Chinese aircraft, including 12 J-16 fighters,

China flew fighter jets into Taiwanese territory amid US visit

China reportedly flew multiple fighter jets across the middle of the Taiwan Strait on Monday, in objection to a visit between Taiwan officials and the US health chief, Alex Azar. China publicly promised retaliation to the exchange, which saw the highest-level US official visit the island nation in four decades, and condemned the visit as

Tigerair Taiwan preps for fresh funding package

China Airlines Group (CAG) has thrown its weight squarely behind the Taiwanese version of the brand.

Cartoon-themed ‘flights to nowhere’ to mark Taiwanese Father’s Day

Just one month after Taipei’s Songshan Airport reopened its doors to locals for a fake flight experience, an EVA Air initiative is bringing new meaning to the term “round trip”. On 8 August – Taiwanese Father’s Day – the airline plans to operate a scenic sortie over the East China Sea, circling Japan’s Ryukyu Islands

Taiwanese lawmakers approve China Airlines rebranding

Taiwanese lawmakers have signed off on a bid to rename the national carrier, China Airlines (CAL), citing confusion among states receiving much-needed medical equipment from the island nation. While the state-owned airline’s branding has been a long-standing point of contention for many of Taiwan’s 23 million residents, local media reported that freighter flights delivering PPE


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