Taipei-based China Airlines, which will take delivery of its first Airbus A350 XWB in July, will launch nonstop flights from Taipei to European destinations from December 2016. The destinations include Amsterdam (4X-weekly), Rome Fiumicino (2X-weekly) and Vienna (3X-weekly). It will also increase Taipei-Frankfurt service to 7X-weekly from June 2016. In addition, the A350 is expected to strengthen its cooperation with other airlines to reach more key European destinations such as ...

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