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China Airlines flights first started in 1959, and the airline steadily added regional routes throughout the 1960s. By 1970, China Airlines flights were crossing the Pacific Ocean, reaching American destinations like San Francisco. Nowadays, you can fly with their crews to cities as diverse as Bangkok, Cairo, Chicago, Milan and Sapporo - with almost every part of the world featuring on their route map. This extensive international coverage is a major strength of the airline but they offer much more than a wide range of routes. They also offer:

  • Family Couch seating and sleeping options so everyone can cuddle up together on long-haul flights
  • Handy tourist guides to Taiwan and destinations like Hong Kong, allowing visitors to make the most of their trips
  • Duty-free eShopping with big discounts for customers who choose to order online
  • Special assistance for disabled customers and those with hearing or visual problems

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China Airlines staff are instantly recognisable in airports across the world thanks to their "plum blossom" uniforms in red and blue. The same colour scheme has been used for their fleet, which is made up of a mixture of Boeing and Airbus models. In total, the airline maintains 85 planes and is continually modernising its fleet to offer greater space and reliability for customers. It also offers a blend of larger craft for long-haul journeys and narrow-body planes for its budget subsidiaries Mandarin and TigerAir. These companies are a low-cost compliment to the firm's main operations, offering cut-price connections to a huge number of Asian airports.

If you need to fly from Europe, Asia or North America to Taiwan, Japan, Thailand or other Asian destinations, China Airlines will be able to get you there in comfort. With a huge range of packages and routes, including plenty of cheap flights to China, the airline puts Asia's most exciting cities within easy reach of customers all over the world.

China Airlines Fleet: 71 aircraft + 2 On Order

China Airlines Fleet Details:

Aircraft Type Aircraft Aircraft Number
Airbus A330 Airbus A330-300 22
Airbus A340 Airbus A340-300 6
Boeing 737 Boeing 737-800 10
Boeing 747 Boeing 747-400 31

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China Airlines baggage (allowance, excess fees) :

Hub : China Airlines operate mainly from Taipei - Chiang Kai Shek airport (TPE).

Taipei - Taoyuan International Airport (TPE / RCTP)

Full Name : China Airlines Ltd.

Foundation date : 16-12-1959

Fleet Age (years) : 9.1

China Airlines - Alliances and frequent flyer program : China Airlines joined SkyTeam alliance. China Airlines Frequent Flyer program is Dynasty Flyer.

Key Airline Routes



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Flights Brisbane - Auckland $221 24 February
Flights Sydney - Taipei
Flights Sydney - Auckland $200 23 February
Flights Brisbane - Taipei
Flights Sydney - Christchurch $311 28 February to 03 March

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Flights Sydney Auckland SYD - AKL $446 23 to 26 February
Flights Melbourne Manila MEL - MNL $381 22 February
Flights Sydney Auckland SYD - AKL $199 26 April
Flights Hanoi Brisbane HAN - BNE $646 23 April
Flights Sydney Auckland SYD - AKL $402 06 to 06 March
Flights Sydney Auckland SYD - AKL $340 01 to 04 March
Flights Auckland Brisbane AKL - BNE $184 22 February
Flights Auckland Brisbane AKL - BNE $376 28 February to 07 March
Flights Auckland Brisbane AKL - BNE $376 22 to 25 February
Flights Brisbane Auckland BNE - AKL $384 22 February to 07 March
Flights Melbourne Bali MEL - DPS $602 26 June to 18 July
Flights Sydney Manila SYD - MNL $660 24 to 27 February
Flights Sydney Auckland SYD - AKL $200 22 February
Flights Melbourne Hong Kong MEL - HKG $638 12 to 18 April
Flights Sydney Auckland SYD - AKL $350 01 to 17 April

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China Airlines (CI/CAL)

The flag carrier of Taiwan, China Airlines is one of Asia's leading mid-range airlines, offering flights across the Asia-Pacific region from their home base at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport. The airline operates over 1000 flights every week to over 100 destinations, covering cities in Asia, Europe and the Americas.