China Airlines is continuing to assess travel demand as well as national border restrictions and quarantine policies during the COVID-19 pandemic. Starting from September, passenger services will resume for Northeast Asian routes such as Osaka, Fukuoka and Nagoya. More flights will also be added to Tokyo (NRT) and Seoul (ICN) routes. In October, flight frequency will be increased for Southeast Asian destinations including Bangkok, Singapore, Penang, Kuala Lumpur, Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, Manila, Phnom Penh and Yangon. Daily passenger services will also operate on the Taipei (Taoyuan)-Jakarta route.
On North American routes, flight frequency is being increased in response to travel demand for Los Angeles, San Francisco, Vancouver and New York. On European routes, services will be available for Amsterdam, Frankfurt, and London (LHR). Passenger services are available for Oceania routes such as Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Auckland. Flights on routes such as Hong Kong, Shanghai (PVG), Beijing, Xiamen and Chengdu are also available.
China Airlines strives to provide travelers with a safe and healthy flying experience. Travelers can visit the China Airlines website or use the CAL app to quickly and easily query available flights, confirm their bookings and plan their itinerary:https://www.china-airlines.com/tw/en/discover/news/travel-advisory?travelAlert=39401-7030