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Airlines Are Resuming Service to Taiwan After More Than 20 Years

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Post on 2018-11-10 17:18:30 | All posts |Read mode
Airlines Are Resuming Service to Taiwan After More Than 20 Years
Beginning in April 2018, Air France will resume service between Paris and Taipei to help boost tourism from Taiwan. Many countries are seeing a considerable number of tourism and trade opportunities coming from Taiwan and for this reason, are resuming services to the island nation, with Air Canada being one of the first airlines to resume Taipei service back in 2017.寧波から名古屋航空券
KLM and Turkish Airlines are the only European airlines serving Taiwan at the present time. There are currently no airlines from Australia or New Zealand serving Taiwan, which will change as Air New Zealand will also be returning to Taiwan, resuming service from Auckland to Taipei in November.
Taipei is the principal gateway to the island of Taiwan, but there is a reason why a number of major airlines do not fly to Taiwan. Not because they dont want to or that the service isnt profitable, but because of geopolitical reasons between the Republic of China, also known as Taiwan, and the Peoples Republic of China, present day mainland China.
Back in the early 1990s, mainland China had threatened national carriers with retaliation in the form of the loss of landing rights in China, if they provided services to Taiwan, which both vied for international recognition as the true China. The policy then was that the Chinese government for the Peoples Republic of China alone has the right to negotiate aircraft landing rights for all of China, including Taiwan.
Mainland China considers Taiwan to be a breakaway province, still belonging to the communist country. After the Communists gained control of mainland China and established the Peoples Republic of China in 1949, the Republic of China was forced to retreat to Taiwan. No armistice or peace treaty was ever signed, and to this day, the debate continues as to whether Taiwan should maintain the current status quo, become unified with mainland China or declare independence.

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