China Airlines China Airlines

China Airlines is the flag carrier of the Republic of China. The airline isn't completely state owned but is 54% owned by the China Aviation Development Foundation which belongs to the Republic of China. Unlike the other government-owned corporations in the Republic of China, the CEO of China Airlines doesn't report to the Legislative Yuan. The airline started prepared flights between Taiwan and mainland China on July, 2008. Most flights serving this market are concentrated at Shanghai, Guangzhou, Beijing, and HK.
China Airlines is predicted to become a full member of SkyTeam. Talks between the airline and the coalition started in 2007. As of June 2009 the average age of the China Airlines fleet is 6.7 years. China Airlines has the world's biggest fleet of Boeing 747-400Fs. 2 of their earliest 747-400s ( B-18271 and B-18272 ) have been given to Boeing and converted to Boeing LCFs for transport of 787 parts.
In return, 4 new 747-400s were brought to China Airlines. The livery of one of the new 747s ( B-18210 ) is a mix of the China Airlines plum blossom tail and Boeing's Dreamliner colours design.

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Overseas ambitions, bumper plane orders test Vietnam's 'bikini airline' - DEALSTREETASIA
More than 10 Chinese carriers have begun flying since the aviation regulator relaxed a six-year suspension on new airline licences in 2013. “Other countries are still doing business with China and VietJet also has its own advantages,” she told Reuters.
Delta Air to withdraw from Taiwan market - China Post
Meanwhile, Delta said passengers in Taiwan affected by its latest decision would be transferred to members of the SkyTeam Airline Alliance, including China Airlines (CAL) and Korean Air. The impact of Delta's withdrawal from Taiwan is likely to limited ...
Airbus signs MoU with Taiwan's China Airlines to develop its ... - satPR - Satellite PR News (press release)
Taipei, January 10th 2017 – Airbus has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with China Airlines (CAL) to support the development of the airline's ...
Twitter: From user 'HKG Arrivals'
Flight #CI927 (China Airlines) from Taipei arrived at gate 22:31.
China Airlines becomes new operator of the A350 XWB - Military Technologies
China Airlines (CAL) has taken delivery of its first A350-900, becoming the ninth airline to operate the world's newest and most efficient twin engine widebody airliner. CAL's A350-900 is configured with a premium three class layout with a total of 306 ...
Twitter: From user 'HKG Arrivals'
Flight #MU723 (China Eastern Airlines) from Shanghai/PVG arrived at gate 22:25.
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I liked a @YouTube video from @simply_aviation FIRST VLOG!! | CHINA AIRLINES AIRBUS A350-900 FIRST FLIGHT
China Airlines Monday flights to and from Toyoma canceled - Focus Taiwan News Channel
Taipei, Jan. 15 (CNA) China Airlines, one of Taiwan's major international airline companies, announced Sunday that its flights between Taoyuan and Japan's Toyoma City scheduled for Monday have been canceled due to heavy snow over much of Japan.
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RT @JetPhotos: A China Airlines A350 and A330 meet in passing in Hong Kong. © bianjiang
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RT @JetPhotos: A China Airlines A350 and A330 meet in passing in Hong Kong. © bianjiang
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