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NEWS Feb 21, 2024 Starlux Airlines Orders Three Airbus A330neos and Five A350Fs at Singapore Airshow Starlux Airlines ordered three Airbus A330neo planes and five A350F freighters at the Singapore Airshow on February 21. The Taiwanese carrier aims to expand its fleet and route network after commencing operations in January 2020. Read More →
TRIP REPORTS Jan 07, 2024 10 Asian Cities You Must Visit in 2024 There are so many fantastic cities in Asia, but here are my personal top ten. With airline advice and a list of things to do in each city, this article will get you thinking about your next trip! Read More →
NEWS Oct 22, 2023 EVA Air Sponsors NBA's Houston Rockets, Resumes Daily Flights to Houston EVA Air has resumed daily nonstop flights between Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) near Taipei and George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH). The airline also signed a multi-year partnership deal with the NBA's Houston Rockets to celebrate the return of daily service. EVA Air has offered nonstop flights between Taipei and Houston at various frequency levels since June 2015. Read More →
ROUTES Jul 13, 2023 Here's How Taiwanese Airline Starlux is Expanding its Presence in the U.S. Taiwan's Starlux Airlines is rapidly expanding into the United States. In March, Starlux CEO Glenn Chai mentioned that Los Angeles was only the starting point for U.S. operations. We are now seeing Starlux's expansion plans through the sponsorship of sports teams and additional flights. Read More →
NEWS Jul 10, 2023 Korean Air to Use Airbus A380 on Flights to Hong Kong Korean Air plans to use the Airbus A380 on its service from Seoul-Incheon International Airport (ICN) to Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) starting in October. Korean Air's future schedule reveals that the airline plans to operate 28 direct A380 flights between the two destinations. Read More →
ROUTES Oct 03, 2022 Air Macau to Reopen International Routes from October Air Macau will reopen international routes to Japan and Vietnam in October and Taiwan in November. This expansion marks a gradual return to normal travel after restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, surpassing mainland China's flight network for the first time in nearly three years. Read More →