The China Post
Date: November 23, 2016
By: The China Post news staff
National carriers China Airlines (CAL), EVA Air and their subsidiaries will offer flights at half price to an estimated 10,000 travelers stranded abroad after the suspension of all services of TransAsia Airways on Tuesday.
CAL has agreed to offer discount economy class one-way flights to Taiwan on its fleet and that of its subsidiary, Mandarin Airlines.
Implementation of the program is set to start as early as Wednesday.
Eva Air and its subsidiary Uni Air said they would adopt a similar discount scheme for the stranded passengers.
Discount airfare on the four airlines is only available if booked between Nov. 23 to 30 for a trip completed by Dec. 31.
Travelers must bring their original TransAsia boarding passes or receipts to be eligible. [FULL STORY]