China Airlines will begin service between Taipei and Kumamoto in September.

China Airlines is launching a new route between Taipei and Kumamoto, Japan on September 18 in response to the increasing demand for tourism and business travel. The new route will operate twice a week, complementing the existing 14 flights a week on the Taipei-Fukuoka route.

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To celebrate the launch of the new route, China Airlines is offering a special promotion on the first three flights. Economy Class round-trip fares start from TWD 6,840 (before tax). Dynasty members can get a discounted fare of TWD 4,780 (before tax) if they book through the China Airlines website and use their frequent flyer miles.


The China Airlines Taipei-Kumamoto route will be operated by the A321neo, the new mainstay on regional routes. The outbound flight CI194 will take off at 14:30 from Taoyuan Airport and arrive at 17:35 local time at Kumamoto Airport. The inbound flight CI195 will take off at 18:35 local time and return to Taoyuan Airport at 19:50 Taiwan time. The China Airlines A321neo offers industry-leading features including Premium Business Class with fully-flat seats, the latest 4K high-definition entertainment system with the largest displays, high-speed in-flight Wi-Fi, and free text messaging all in a spacious and comfortable cabin.


China Airlines made multiple chartered flights between Taipei and Kumamoto since March in response to the rapid recovery in post-pandemic travel. Kumamoto is not only rich in tourism resources but is also an important hub of the Japanese semiconductor industry. China Airlines, therefore, decided to launch scheduled services on the Taipei-Kumamoto route to take advantage of the tourism, trade, and cultural exchange potential between the two markets.

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