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Air Transport
 

Aviation: East Asian Hub for Global Travel 

  Taiwan is positioned as a hub of air transport in East Asia, with 17 airports, connections to more than 50 nations or territories, and around 300 regular passenger and cargo flights that connect the island to 130 global cities. There were about 60 million passengers annually through its airport.

  With the rapid growth in passenger volume, MOTC is actively planning airport renovations and expansions, and is replacing or adding related aviation facilities, thus raising the international competitiveness and the image of Taiwan's airports.

  MOTC will work hard at raising the quality of service at airports, continuing to enter negotiations and sign aviation agreements with other nations that expand the number of global destinations served by flights from Taiwan.

  The result will be greater flexibility and wider operating space for airlines, strengthening Taiwan airport's ability to handle international transfers, and generally raising the competitiveness of the airline industry here. What's more, MOTC will continue to push the “Taoyuan International Aerotropolis Plan,” raise aviation safety, and pursue airport expansions—all with an eye toward improving flight services.
 

 
 

 

 
 
 

 

  
  
  

 

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