Category: Taiwan

Airlines who still fly the MD-80 series 9

Airlines who still fly the MD-80 series

Another aircraft I noticed that is starting to slip from the radar (SAS retired their last example last month after a long association with the type) is the McDonnell Douglas MD-80 series. This stretched...

Where to fly Scoot 0

Where to fly Scoot

Scoot is the long-haul low-cost arm of Singapore Airlines. It recently celebrated its first anniversary, having launched operations between Singapore and Sydney on 4th June 2012. The airline flies Boeing 777-200 aircraft in a...

Taipei Taoyuan’s new observation area 0

Taipei Taoyuan’s new observation area

Taipei’s Taoyuan International Airport in Taiwan has opened a new observation area for watching aircraft. Built for people to wave off family, and watch them arrive, it’s also perfect for the enthusiast with its...

Spotting at Taipei Taoyuan Airport 0

Spotting at Taipei Taoyuan Airport

Taoyuan is Taipei’s international airport and handles all the flights that come to Taiwan from overseas. The airport is very busy, with an extensive mix of airlines from Asia, North America and Europe visiting...

Fly Guam set to take to Asian skies 0

Fly Guam set to take to Asian skies

Fly Guam is a new airline set up jointly between Freedom Air and World Aviation Inc. It has recently taken delivery of its first aircraft – Boeing 737-4Y0 N238AG. The airline’s base is Guam,...

Spotting in Taiwan – Taipei Airport 0

Spotting in Taiwan – Taipei Airport

Stefan Krause writes another report from his spotting experiences in Taiwan – this time from Taipei’s Taoyuan International Airport. There is a mock-up control tower next to the museum at the airport. This offers...

Spotting in Taiwan – Kaohsiung Airport 0

Spotting in Taiwan – Kaohsiung Airport

Stefan Krause recently reported on his spotting trips to Kaohsiung airport in Taiwan. He has the following tips: You can spot best from the walkway (covered) connecting the domestic and international terminal where you...