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The Mandarin Airlines is a Taipei, Republic of China headquartered Taiwan Airlines. Currently Mandarin Airlines flies to over 30 cities and airports, among them Hualien, Kaohsiung, Kinmen, Makung, Taichung, Taipei, Taitung, Changsha, Fuzhou, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Ningbo, Shantou, Shenyang, Xiamen, Zhengzhou, Hong Kong, Osaka, Tokyo, Kota Kinabalu, Seoul, Hanoi. Taiwan Airlines was established in 1991 and has a holding airline, China Airlines.

China Airlines is a major carrier operating local and intercontinental services, while its mother carrier China Airlines focuses on operating internationally and continentally. The Mandarin Airlines Headquarters is at Taipei Songshan Airport, the other Headquarters is at Taichung Airport. The Mandarin Airlines fleets currently include Embraer E-190 and Boeing 737-800 with a total of nine aircrafts.

Mandarin Airlines is also known to have ordered other aircrafts. andarin Airlines today announces the rental of 3 Embraer E-190 and 5 Embraer E-195s from GE Commercial Aviation Services. Mandarin Airlines is majority-owned by its holding China Airlines, which is currently part of the SkyTeam partnership and makes Mandarin Airlines a SkyTeam subsidiary.

While SkyTeam was the last of three large airlines to develop into the second biggest in recent years. Mandarin Airlines chapeau auch auch Codeshare-Abkommen mit China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Shanghai Airlines und Xiamen Airlines. On February 14, Mandarin Airlines launched the first ATR 72-600 to operate a Taipei Sungshan-Magong fight.

B-16851 made its maiden voyage as AU375 and carried 70 people. The expansion of the ATR 72 in March sees the China Airlines affiliate increase the traffic volume of its Kaohsiung-Magong traffic from six to six flights a day. As Mandarin said, with the launch of the Turboprop, the six E190 will be focusing on providing global support to its customers.

The company has three ATR 72 in its vehicle pool, all of which have been rented from Avation. The ATR 72-600 turboprop is scheduled to go into service before the Lunar New Year in mid-February. It has already taken over three turboprop aircraft and is carrying out test flight as part of the certification procedure with the Taiwanese Civil Aeronautics Administration.

The Parent China Airlines Group has also put a 2,850 square meter Hangar at Songshan Airfield in Taipei into operation to assist the turboprop. Some work will also be carried out on the narrow body aircraft of China Airlines. Mandarin Airlines has leased the three ATR 72 aircraft in its Mandarin Airlines aircraft from Avation, and the airline has contracted with ATR for a further six ATRs.

Mandarin says that with the launch of the Embraer 190 turboprop, the six Embraer 190s will refocus on the world. In addition, it has two Boeing 737-800s in its group. "Improving sustainability and scheduling agility will increase the profitability of China Airlines Group," she added. Mandarin Airlines of Taiwan has taken over the first of three ATR 72-600s Nov. 24 on long-term leases from Singapore registered leasing company Avation.

Mandarin Airlines is a local affiliate of the Chinese airline China Airlines. Also ATR agreed to offer China Airlines and its affiliates the necessary equipment and technology to establish their own capacity for ATR hard service up to C-checks. On July 19, Mandarin Airlines signed an eight-year charter agreement with Avation as part of its aircraft management plans to rent three ATR 72-600s and buy an further six 72-6200s directly from ATR for a further nine aircraft by 2020.

And Mandarin said they would buy the six 72-600s on the same date. Boeing expects to deliver the three aircrafts it leases by the end of 2017. Mr Mandarin said his E-190 will concentrate on more intercontinental and cross-strait flights and will be flexible in supporting local flights to satisfy high seasons and vacationmakers.

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