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Published on : Tuesday, June 30, 2015
A tri-weekly service will depart from Taipei and fly to Melbourne and Christchurch, meaning more international visitors arrive at Victoria state.
Victoria welcomed 40,000 Taipei visitors last year, making the Taiwan capital its 14th largest market. Victoria’s global appeal as a tourist destination and impressive calendar of events is helping it attract more visitors than ever before, and the lucrative Asian market plays a key role.
The Airbus 330-300 service, complete with 30 business and 277 economy seats, is another opportunity for Victoria to strengthen its global appeal as a place to visit. China Airlines will also boost air freight capacity to Melbourne, meaning greater opportunities for trade.
Melbourne Airport is Australia’s second largest, home to 25 international airlines. More than 31 million people passed through the terminals last Financial Year, including 7.7 million international travellers.