China Airlines: Malaysia – up, Guam – down

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China Airlines is a large company with over 12,000 employees, and it is the country’s flag carrier and largest airline of China.

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China Airlines is a large company with over 12,000 employees, and it is the country’s flag carrier and largest airline of China.

The airline is adding a fifth weekly flight to Malaysia on its Taipei Taoyuan-Penang route beginning May 2017. Service will be conducted on Sundays via a 737-800.


As this fifth flight comes into play, Guam’s fifth weekly flight will be dropped starting May 14. The Taipei Taoyuan-Guam route will see this flight end, with the exception of May 28 when a Boeing 737-800 is scheduled run.

It is headquartered at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, one of its hubs, along with Kaohsiung International Airport. The airline flies 97 aircraft: 76 passenger jets and 21 freighters.

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