Downpour delays 17 flights, affects over 2,000 passengers - TAIPEI, Taiwan -- A heavy downpour disrupted 17 flights yesterday at the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (桃園國際機場), delaying over 2,000 passengers and forcing a flight to return to Wenzhou (溫州), China, airport authorities said.
Pilots’ strike averted after CAL deal - The Taoyuan Union of Pilots yesterday said that it would not go on strike after it reached several agreements with China Airlines (CAL) on Thursday night.
TransAsia Airways plane with 58 onboard crash lands in Taipei river - TAIPEI - A plane with 58 people onboard has crashed into a river in New Taipei City after apparently ramming into a highway viaduct, Taiwan's Central News Agency (CNA) and Agence France-Presse reported on Wednesday. CNA said about 10 people were awaiting rescue, though there has been no reports of casualties so far.
Taiwan plane crash - latest live - A TransAsia Airways jet has crashed while trying to make an emergency landing, reportedly killing 51 of its 58 passengers. Follow the latest developments
China braces for 2nd typhoon; Taiwan drenched - BEIJING (AP) — China was bracing Wednesday for the arrival of a second typhoon in as many weeks, as communities along the country's southern coast cleared away debris in the wake of the earlier storm that killed 46 people.
TRADE PACT SIEGE: Trade will ‘not wait for Taiwan' - Minister of Economic Affairs Chang Chia-juch (張家祝) yesterday said he hoped the Legislative Yuan would handle the service trade agreement with China at the same time as it considers legislation on monitoring cross-strait agreements, warning that any further delay of the pact would hurt the economy.
Travel alert for Philippines may hurt Taiwan tourists:industry - Tourists scheduled to visit the Philippines could suffer huge losses if they canceled their trips based on a high-level travel alert issued by the Taiwan government, local travel agents said Thursday, indicating that the sanctions against the Southeast Asian country might hurt Taiwan’s travel sector.
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