Taiwan

Chinese air incursion in Taiwan prompts reaction from US

Chinese military aircraft entered the Taiwanese airspace twice in two days, prompting Biden’s administration to voice its support vis-a-vis Taiwan’s sovereignty...


Chinese incursions in Taiwan airspace hit record high in 2020

Between January and November 2020, the Taiwanese defense noted a record 380 Chinese incursions into Taiwan's air defense identification zone....


EVA Air fires staff for breaking COVID-19 rules

EVA Air fired eight staff members for breaking COVID-19 rules....


EVA Air fires flight attendants for breaking quarantine

EVA Air fired three flight attendants for breaking quarantine rules in Taiwan, the airline confirmed on December 3, 2020. ...


EVA Air speeds up boarding process by AI technology

EVA Airways introduced new contactless facial recognition technology that will accelerate the passenger boarding process on San Francisco –Taiwan flights....


China Airlines' new livery revealed after the renaming dispute

At the beginning of the year, China Airlines, the flag carrier of Taiwan, helped the government to transport numerous amounts of locally-made medical masks to support countries worldwide amid the pandemic. However, because of the large CHINA AIRLINES logo on the airframe, it was often mistaken for an airline from mainland China by the public, which brought up the dispute again over the company's name change. Taiwan's Legislative Yuan pass...


EVA Air introduces speed-dating flight to nowhere

Taiwanese carrier EVA Air introduces a new flight concept – speed-dating event in the skies....


Taiwan grounds F-16 fleet after fighter goes missing

An F-16A of the Taiwanese Air Force (ROCAF) went missing two minutes after takeoff from Hualien airbase, on the eastern coast of the island country. The search and rescue mission to recover the pilot is still ongoing....


Taiwan receives green light for MQ-9B maritime drones acquisition

Washington approved the sale of four MQ-9B SeaGuardian drones to give Taiwan new maritime surveillance capabilities to help defend its sovereignty from China....


Taiwan to release flights-to-nowhere V2.0 for domestic tourism

Taiwan's Ministry of Transportation and Communications announced today that it will launch "flight to nowhere" version 2.0, allowing those flights to take off and land at different airports on the isl...