Taiwan’s major carrier, the China Airlines (CAL), is expected to take delivery of all of the new A350-900XWB aircraft it has ordered from Airbus by the end of October, the airlines said in a press release on Friday.
Taiwan’s major carrier China Airlines will launch a new route to Jakarta from the southern city of Kaohsiung via Hong Kong beginning July 1 as part of its effort to expand its services to travelers in the southern part of the island.
The Tourism Bureau has rolled out several initiatives to help boost tourism in parts of Southern Taiwan.
The 11th Fulong International Sand Sculpture Art Festival will kick off this Saturday, showcasing 76 local and international artworks on the extensive 3 km-long golden beach in Taiwan’s northeastern coast.
Taiwan Railway Administration’s (TRA) first “tourism-only” Puyuma express train arrived at Hualien on Thursday, as part of the government’s efforts to boost tourism after a powerful earthquake hit the eastern city last month, killing 17 people and injuring more than 270 others.
Taiwan’s Tourism Bureau has launched a series of programs in the past year to assist the local tourism industry to make necessary upgrades and become more capable of attracting and hosting tourists from emerging markets and to step up service quality.