Taiwan’s major carrier the China Airlines (CAL) has taken delivery of its newest A350-900 aircraft, which features a unique joint livery that combines the airline’s distinctive plum blossom logo with Airbus’ exclusive A350 XWB carbon fiber pattern.
Taiwan’s major carrier China Airlines (CAL) will recruit 100 pilots (including 40 cadets) to meet the operational needs of its fleets.
Government authorities in Taiwan are urged to take tougher action against people who buy air tickets only for the purpose of entering the airports’ transit areas in order to meet friends or purchase duty-free products.
The administrative headquarters building of China Airlines at CAL Park in Taoyuan, northern Taiwan has been awarded the “Diamond-rated” green building label by the Interiors Ministry for being one of the best corporate establishments in terms of saving energy on the island.
The float of Taiwan’s major carrier, the China Airlines (CAL) has once again won the top prize during the 129th Rose Parade held in the start of 2018 in the US city of Pasadena on January 1.