Prompted by strong demand, China Airlines expands service between Taiwan (TPE) and Ontario (ONT) to seven days a week in anticipation of the scheduled March 25 service launch.
When the airline announced in September it would launch the service, the plan was to fly the non-stop route four days a week. However, customer demand since the announcement was so strong it expanded its bookings.
“That China Airlines is increasing service before a single flight has lifted off is both uncommon and a testament to the high value of travel between Taiwan and Ontario,” said Alan D. Wapner, president, Ontario International Airport Authority.
Taiwan is a primary international gateway airport for the New Taipei-Keelung-Taoyuan area, while Ontario is the closest and most convenient international gateway for more than 10 million Southern California residents.
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