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China Airlines (CAL) (Chinese: 中華航空; pinyin: Zhōnghuá Hángkōng) is the largest airline in Taiwan and the flag carrier of the Republic of China (Taiwan). It is headquartered in Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and has approximately 11,000 employees. China Airlines operates over 1,300 flights weekly to 95(+1) airports in 91(+1) cities (excluding codeshare; parentheses indicate future destinations) across Asia, Europe, North America and Oceania. The cargo division, on the other hand, operates 87 pure freighter flights weekly to 33 destinations. The carrier was, in 2013, the 29th largest airline in the world in terms of passenger RPK (revenue per kilometer) and the 9th largest in terms of freight RPK. China Airlines has three airline subsidiaries: Mandarin Airlines operates flights to domestic and regional destinations with smaller demands; China Airlines Cargo operates a fleet of freighter aircraft and manages its parent airline's cargo-hold capacity; Tigerair Taiwan is a low-cost carrier established by China Airlines and Singaporean airline group Tigerair Holdings.


This page contains all films, TV series, and video games that feature aircraft of China Airlines.

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