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Topic: China Airlines To Fly To VIE Non-stop
Username: LIPZ
Posted 2009-02-10 12:07:46 and read 4160 times.

According to the CI's austrian website the taiwanese carrier plans to fly again non-stop from Taipei to Vienna 3 times per week with A-343 effective June, 1st.

www.china-airlines.at/News/tabid/52/.../mid/1049/ItemId/1027/Default.aspx

Topic: RE: China Airlines To Fly To VIE Non-stop
Username: Trex8
Posted 2009-02-11 04:20:16 and read 3862 times.

was the traffic to AUH that bad??

Topic: RE: China Airlines To Fly To VIE Non-stop
Username: Maxfly
Posted 2009-02-11 04:50:32 and read 3799 times.

or maybe the VIE-TPE traffic is so good? They actually started the route nonstop with the A343 and later went on to insert the stopover in AUH

Topic: RE: China Airlines To Fly To VIE Non-stop
Username: 777way
Posted 2009-02-11 10:19:49 and read 3623 times.

Abu Dhabi is being dropped completely, second time CI are dropping passenger service form there, previouly they operated TPE-AUH-FCO with A340 that got rerouted via BKK, CI Cargo however might continue with their 744F to the Emirate as they did last time they stopped passenger flights.

Topic: RE: China Airlines To Fly To VIE Non-stop
Username: Trex8
Posted 2009-02-11 11:08:43 and read 3585 times.

wasn't part of the reason going via AUH was to use A333s when fuel price was high. and to think in the 80s they were running to JED and DHA several x /week!

Topic: RE: China Airlines To Fly To VIE Non-stop
Username: Malaysia
Posted 2009-02-11 11:52:20 and read 3533 times.

Well is overflying China easier now for CI?

Topic: RE: China Airlines To Fly To VIE Non-stop
Username: Trex8
Posted 2009-02-11 12:18:31 and read 3506 times.



Quoting Trex8 (Reply 4):
Well is overflying China easier now for CI?

yes, but I believe they were already doing that before the change to AUH


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