China Airways made an announcement on September 12 that it intends to launch flights to Chiang Mai in Thailand, from January 20, 2023.
The China-owned flag provider revealed the flights to Chiang Mai and Cebu are a part of the airline’s plan to draw extra transit passengers to vary flights in Taiwan on their method to Europe and the US. The impression of the pandemic in Southeast Asia has left these as soon as vacationer hotspots in disarray as restrictions are lastly eased.
The airline is especially concentrating on non-capital routes to considerably promote different areas of China in addition to Southeast Asia. The demand for leisure has peaked over the summer season as residence workplace is the brand new norm and many individuals are in a position to relocate to extra tropical locations throughout the winter interval within the west.
The airline additionally revealed that the variety of its flights will enhance by 30%, with these to Southeast Asia rising by 50% within the ultimate quarter of this yr.
Further new routes with China Airways
China Airways added that in early 2023, 17 locations could be accessible in Southeast Asia, together with flights to Cebu within the Philippines, Bali, Australia, and New Zealand.
Flights with the Airbus A321neo between Taiwan Taoyuan Worldwide Airport and Cebu Metropolis, the second-largest metropolis within the Philippines, will begin on December 1st this winter.
Sydney to Taipei and Melbourne to Taipei shall be elevated from their present two flights per week to 3 flights per week in October and November and 4 occasions per week in December.
Brisbane to Taipei will enhance from one flight per week to 3 beginning subsequent month, whereas a flight to Auckland shall be added to the Brisbane service each Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday between October and December 2022.
The flights to Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane all function the fashionable Airbus A350.
Does this make journey routes in Southeast Asia extra related to worldwide travellers? Remark under on the brand new route growth.