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Information Baggage of China Airlins
For all classes, each cabin bag may not exceed 56x36x23cm(22x14x9 in.) in size or 7kg in weight. The cabin baggage is permitted in the aircraft cabin only if it can be safely stowed under the seat or in the overhead bin.
Baggage Checked allowances per person : 20Kg
China Airlines Check-In
Check-In Information of China Airlines
eCheck-In is available for all China Airlines passengers with confirmed booking and electronic tickets.
Currently, eCheck-In service is available for CI international flights(except Code-share flights operated by other airlines) passengers up to 9 persons in the same booking record from 24 hours up to 1.5 hours prior to the flight departure time.
If you are not eligible to enjoy Self-Print Boarding Pass service and Mobile Boarding Pass service, please pick up boarding pass or check in baggage (if any) at least around 1 to 2 hours prior to the flight departure time.
China Airlines Contact
China Airlines Call Centre
Customer Service and Reservation Number: 412-9000((For mobile phone: 02-412-9000))
Fax Number: 02-2514-6004 ~ 6
Customer Service Hours: 7 days a week from 08:00 to 20:00
4Fl., The Peninsula Plaza, 153 Rajadamri Rd., Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Tel : 66-2-250-9898
Fax : 66-2-253-4791
Rm. 19, 2Fl., Wisti Sabha Bldg., Ngurah Rai Int'l Apt., Tuban-Bali, Indonesia
Tel : 62-361-9357-298 / 9354-856 /9357-258 /9351-011
Fax : 62-361-9357-275
4th Floor, Opera Business Center, 60 Ly Thai To Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel : 84-4-39366-364
Fax : 84-4-39366-374
Suites 2701-2705 Devon House Tai Koo Place 979 King's Road Quarry Bay Hong Kong
Tel : 852-2843-9800
Fax : 852-2845-0155
Office No.323, 3rd Floor, MGF Metropolis, MG Road, Gurgaon 122001, Haryana, India
Tel : 91-124-711-5000
Intiland Tower, M1 Floor, JL.Jend. Sudirman Kav.32,Jakarta 10220, Indonesia
Tel : 62-21-251-0788
Fax : 62-21-251-0787
Unit15.01-15.02, Level 15, AMODA Building, 22, Jalan Imbi, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Tel : 60-3-2148-9417 / 2148-9485
Fax : 60-3-2141-8208
G/F Unit-1 Golden Empire Tower 1322 Roxas Boulevard Cor. Padre Faura ST. Ermita Metro, Manila Philippines
Tel : 63-2-354-6700~09
Fax : 63-2-354-6713/ 14
Ho Chi Minh city
37, Ton Duc Thang St., District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Tel : 84-8-39111-591
Fax : 84-8-39111-592
Unit 9.04, Level 9, Menara PSCI, 39 Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, 10050 Penang
Tel : 60-4-2261277 / 2293227
Fax : 60-4-2270830
14-02, Tong Bldg., 302 Orchard Rd., Singapore 238862
Tel : 65-6-737-2144 / 6737-2211
Fax : 65-6-737-0053
Intiland Tower, 2nd Floor, Suite 9B Jl. Panglima Sudirman No. 101-103 Surabaya 60271
Tel : 62-31-5470898
Fax : 62-31-5470867
No. 32, Norodom Blvd., Sangkat Phsar Kandal II Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Tel : 855-23-223525
Fax : 855-23-223526/855-23-222057
No. 353/355 ,Bo Aung Kyaw Street,Yangon, Myanmar.
Fax : 95-1-246330
P.O. BOX 10027 Koror, Republic of Palau 96940
Tel : 680-488-8888
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China Airlines History
China Airlines was established on December 16, 1959 with its shares completely held by the Republic of China government.It was founded by a retired air force officer and initially concentrated on charter flights.
During the 1960s, China Airlines was able to establish its first scheduled routes. In October 1962, a flight from Taipei to Hualien became the airline's first domestic service.
With the introduction of Caravelle and Boeing 727-100s,the airlines introduced international flights to South Vietnam, Hong Kong, and Japan.
With the airlines' first two Boeing 707 aircraft, trans-Pacific flights to San Francisco via Tokyo were initiated on February 2, 1970. The expansion of the company's 707 fleet also permitted more services in Southeast Asia, Northeast Asia, and North America (via Japan and Hawaii).
China Airlines introduced its first two 747-100s (ex-Delta Air Lines aircraft) in 1976 and immediately placed it on its Hong Kong-Taipei-Tokyo-Honolulu-Los Angeles route. Four brand new Boeing 747SP (Special Performance) were introduced in 1977.
on September 14, 2010 China Airlines signed an agreement to begin the process of joining the SkyTeam airline alliance and officially became a full member and was marked by an update to the logo of the airline and the typeface in which "China Airlines" is printed. The carrier was the first Taiwanese airline to join an airline alliance.
In December 2013, China Airlines announced its new joint venture with Singaporean low cost carrier Tigerair Holdings to establish Tigerair Taiwan. The new airline flew its inaugural flight to Singapore on 26 September 2014 and became the first low-cost carrier in Taiwan. China Airlines Group currently holds a 90 percent share in the new carrier (China Airlines 80%, Mandarin Airlines 10%), while Tigerair Holdings holds the other 10 percent.
In January 2015, China Airlines established Taiwan Aircraft Maintenance & Engineering Co. (TAMECO), an airline maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) company which will start operations in June 2017. TAMECO will focus on Boeing 777, 737 and Airbus A350, A320 fuselage maintenance.
China Airlines Company Profile
China Airlines (CAL) is the flag carrier and largest airline of the Republic of China (Taiwan). The majority shareholder of the carrier is the China Aviation Development Foundation, a wholly owned entity of the Taiwanese government.
Chine Airlines Based in Taipei and operates a fleet which includes Boeing and Airbus equipment supporting an extensive network within Asia as well as services to North America, Canada, Europe, Australia and the Pacific. China Airlines Cargo is the airline's freight division, operating in Asia, Europe and North America. China Airlines is a member of the Sky Team alliance.
China Airlines Terms & Conditions
China Airlines Terminal
Airport Terminal Check-in of China Airlines
|Taiwan||TPE - Taoyuan International Airport|
|Terminal 1 - All Flights except to America, Canada, Australia, Mainland China|
|Terminal 2 - Flights to America, Canada, Australia, Japan, Mainland China|
|Southeast Asia||DEL - Indira Gandhi International Airport|
|Terminal 3 - Counter normally open at K or L|
|DPS - Ngurah Rai International Airport|
|International Terminal - Counter B 18 ~ 24|
|HAN - Hanoi International Airport|
|Terminal 1 - Counter D6 ~ D12|
|JKT - Soekarno-Hatta International Airport|
|Terminal 2 - Counter No. 49 ~ 56|
|KUL - Kuala Lumpur International Airport|
|Satelite Building - Counter G10 ~ G11|
|MNL - Ninoy Aquino International Airport|
|Terminal 1 - Counter No. 37 ~ 41|
|PEN - Penang International Airport|
|International Hall - Counter No. 29 ~ 34|
|PNH - Phnom Penh International Airport|
|2nd Floor, Counter No. 4 ~ 7|
|RGN - Yangon International Airport|
|International Terminal - Counter No. 25 ~ 27|
|SGN - Tan Son Nhat International terminal|
|Terminal 3 - Aisle 11|
|SIN - Singapore Changi Airport|
|Terminal 3 Aisle 11|
|SUB - Juanda International Airport|
|International Terminal Hall - Counter No. 12 ~ 16|
|Northeast Asia||FUK - Fukuoka International Airport * international terminal|
|Counter E for TPE flight(CI111/CI117)|
|Counter A for KHH flight(CI197)|