TransAsia Airways Corp, a Taiwan-based mid-sized international carrier, launched flights to Sanya in China’s Hainan Province on Thursday.
 
TransAsia now offers two services a week between Taoyuan and Sanya, one on Mondays and the other on Thursdays. The carrier said it has also launched an eight-day group tour package that combines Sanya and Macau.
 
TransAsia provides services to 13 Chinese cities, including Shanghai, Xiamen, Tianjin, Chongqing and Hangzhou, to provide customers with access to tourist sites in northern, central, eastern, southern and western China.
 
The carrier said the routes to these Chinese cities account for about 30 percent of its revenue — NT$9.06 billion (US$303 million) last year — and the average load capacity of its flights to China exceeds 80 percent.
 
 
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