China-Airlines Self-Print Boarding Pass

Effective on October 19, 2009, passengers departing from applicable airports on China Airlines or Mandarin Airlines flights, who have already completed eCheck-In procedures, can print Boarding Pass online on A4 paper in either black and white or color with their own printer at home, the office or anywhere with access to the internet. Passengers eligible for lounge access will be able to view their invitation signs on the boarding pass.

Self-Print Boarding Pass is available at:

  1. Bangkok (BKK)
  2. Guangzhou (CAN)
  3. Sapporo (CTS)
  4. Rome (FCO)
  5. Frankfurt (FRA)
  6. Shizuoka (FSZ)
  7. Fukuoka (FUK)
  8. Seoul Gimpo (GMP)
  9. Hiroshima (HIJ)
  10. Hong Kong (HKG)
  11. Tokyo Haneda (HND)
  12. Seoul Incheon (ICN)
  13. Kaohsiung (KHH)
  14. Osaka (KIX)
  15. Kuala Lumpur (KUL)
  16. London (LGW)
  17. Manila (MNL)
  18. Nagoya (NGO)
  19. Tokyo Narita (NRT)
  20. Okinawa (OKA)
  21. Penang (PEN)
  22. Taichung (RMQ)
  23. Toyama (TOY)
  24. Taoyuan (TPE)
  25. Sung Shan (TSA)
  26. Vienna (VIE)
  27. Vancouver (YVR)

Who can't use Self-Print Boarding Pass:

  1. Passengers leaving for U.S.A, Australia and New Zealand due to the local government regulations.
  2. Unaccompanied Minors who require special handling.
  3. Passengers less than 18 years old departing from Rome and traveling alone are not eligible due to the local government regulations.
  4. Passengers requesting special assistance.
  5. Passengers who have connecting flights.
    [Exception]:
    Passengers whose connecting airports and final destination are eligible for this service.
    For example:
    (a) Passengers departing from Kaohsiung and connecting to Tokyo are eligible.
    (b) Passengers departing from Kaohsiung and connecting to Los Angles are not eligible.
    (c) Passengers departing from Taiwan to Hong Kong with return flights departing within 24 hours can print Boarding Passes for their return flight at a time.
  6. Passengers whose travel documents data are inputted incorrectly.
  7. Passengers who are not electronic tickets holders.
  8. Passengers who reserve flights operated by China Airlines co-share partners.
  9. Passengers transferring at Hong Kong airport.