Taiwan’s TransAsia Airways last week has made further adjustment to its planned summer 2016 operation, which sees additional aircraft and frequency changes for service to Japan and Korea.
Taipei Taoyuan – Tokyo Narita Additional operational aircraft changes, which sees Airbus A330-300 being replaced by A320/A321 aircraft during following period:
15MAY16 – 31MAY16 Day 36 (321)
01SEP16 – 28SEP16 Day 36 (321, selected dates opb 320)
29SEP16 – 29OCT16 Daily (321)
15MAY16 – 31MAY16 Daily (320)
01JUN16 – 30JUN16 Daily (320/321; Except 03JUN16 / 05JUN16 / 07JUN16 / 17JUN16)
01SEP16 – 30SEP16 Daily (320; Except 01SEP16 / 02SEP16 / 11SEP16 – 13SEP16)
01OCT16 – 29OCT16 Service CANCELLED, overall Tokyo operation reduced to 1 daily
Additionally, during the month of October 2016 sees frequency reductions to Hokkaido due to aircraft redeployment:
Taipei Taoyuan – Asahikawa Reduce from 4 to 2 weekly (Day 67)
Taipei Taoyuan – Hakodate Reduce from 3 to 2 weekly (Day 34)
Taipei Taoyuan – Sapporo Chitose Reduce from 7 to 3 weekly (Day 125)
Additional schedule change adjustment for Taipei Taoyuan – Jeju route from 17MAY16 to 30SEP16, 4 weekly service operates in the morning hours with A321. Previously the airline planned to move 2 of 4 weekly flights to late-afternoon/evening hour service.
GE866 TPE0715 – 1005CJU 321 x147
GE865 CJU1100 – 1140TPE 321 x147