TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Mandarin Airlines, a subsidiary of China Airlines, will launch its Kaohsiung-Kinmen route on Jan. 27, with an initial plan to operate two flights a day, the Kinmen County Tourism Department said on Wednesday (Dec. 15), CNA reported.
The department said that tickets for the Kaohsiung-Kinmen flights will go on sale at 9 a.m. Thursday for flights on Jan. 27 and on Feb. 9 and after. A one-way ticket will cost NT$2,154 (US$76)
As for the Lunar New Year holiday period from Jan. 28 to Feb. 8, the sale of tickets will be announced by the Civil Aeronautics Administration at a later date.
The Kinmen County Government said that Kinmen residents rely on air transport for travel between Kinmen and Taiwan. Since Far Eastern Air Transport ceased operations in December 2019, EVA Airways subsidiary UNI Airways has been the only airline operating the route.