Mandarin Airlines

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Mandarin Airlines was established on June 1, 1991 and was originally a joint venture of China Airlines and the Koos Group. The Chinese name of Mandarin Airlines was therefore created as a synthesis of characters from both investors. In the beginning, Mandarin Airlines mainly operates direct flights from Taipei to Canada's Vancouver, Australia's Sydney and Brisbane.

On August 8, 1999, Mandarin Airlines merged with Formosa Airlines, which was an Airlines mainly operated domestic route. Therefore, Mandarin Airlines has become an Airlines that runs regional short-haul international route and domestic route.

From the very beginning, Mandarin Airlines emphasized on flight safety and comfortable flight service. They have received the 1992 citation of meritorious service from the Australian Civil Aviation Board in 1992. In April 1996 they were granted the first ISO-9002 certification for service in Taiwan.

In early 2000, the airline bought 5 Dornier 228 from Uni Air to fly out-lying routes. These planes were sold to Daily Air in 2005, a helicopter carrier in Taiwan which recently won the bid to fly these money-losing routes.

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Mandarin Airlines
Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport
Taipei, Taiwan

(02)2717-1230, (03) 398-2451 ext. 8

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