China Airlines has launched direct
flights between Taipei and Da Nang, Vietnam.
An important travel hub, Da Nang is China Airlines’ third scheduled service in the
country and the first addition to the network in 2023.
Taiwan-based China Airlines will operate the
3-hour route four times per week every Monday,
Wednesday, Friday and Saturday using
A321neo passenger aircraft configured with 180 seats, including 12
in Premium Business Class and 168 in Economy Class.
Da Nang, also known as Danang, is the fourth
largest city in Vietnam and is located in the center of the
country. It has been dubbed “Hawaii of the East” due to its 20
km of beaches.
Economy Class on China Airlines A321neo
Tourist attractions include the historic city of
Hoi An, the World Heritage-listed Citadel of Hue and Ba Na Hill,
while the Golden Bridge has become a hot spot in recent years.
route follows the December 2022 launch of services to Cebu
(Philippines); while a new service to Chiang Mai (Thailand) will
take off on 20 January.
China Airlines already operates double daily flights to Ho
Chi Minh (Saigon) and Hanoi.
Strong demand over the Lunar New Year
holidays at the end of January means there will be four weekly
flights on the Taichung-Ho Chi Minh route, six weekly flights
on the re-opened Kaohsiung-Bangkok route, and four weekly flights
on the Kaohsiung-Manila route.
Southeast Asia will have a total of
18 passenger-carrying routes offering more than 130 return flights
to cities in the region, providing travelers with a
variety of options for international travel.
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