History left a bizarre situation in aviation, that the China Airlines is the flag carrier of another country other than China itself, at least not THE China we recognise today. Though almost all the world sees Taiwan as a country now, it’s the ‘Republic of China’ appears on its passport, this must h...Jump to post
Chinese nationals don't need Schengen visa to LHR with KL/AF/LH, but need UK visa to Europe via LHR/BA, considering most growth is generated from the Chinese side, and France, Italy, Germany, Czech Rep. are far more popular European destinations for Chinese tourists (2 million visitors to France in ...Jump to post
Two airports 42 miles away serving a country of 5 million, fierce competition is inevitable (23 million combined pax numbers). Can understand EDI wins easily on inbound tourism and better rail/ tram connectivity ,but being by far the largest city GLA lost out almost every battle to EDI in recent yea...Jump to post
Does QF want to start service to LHR/JFK from SYD only or MEL/BNE are also on the radar?
If the latter, do they really need the extra payload 778 has over 350?
According to China Airlines President Hsieh, CI is still considering whether the A350-1000 is the right aircraft for CI. In the US, only Los Angeles can support the capacity of the aircraft type. However, as the O&D market is small and more countries (likely referring to SE Asia) are launching ...Jump to post