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Friday, January 11th 2013, 11:55pm

IMPORTANT: General Informations about Trans Asia Airways

Trans Asia Airways was the only airline in Formosa before it became part of the Chinese Empire. The TAA was founded in September 1933. The first routes were Kaohsiung – Taipei and Kaohsiung – Hong Kong. After the first commercial successes, the route network has been extended to Shanghai, Naha (Japan) and Hukuoka (Japan).
In 1935, the first flight to Manila and other flights within Formosa were added to the route network. At last Singapore and Pacifica was incorporated into the network of the airline.


Destinations of Trans Asia:
route: Kaohsiung - Taipei – Shanghai
route: Kaohsiung – Hong Kong - Macao
route: Kaohsiung – Tainan – Mako – Taityu - Taipei
route: Kaohsiung - Manila (terminated at present)
route: Kaohsiung – Taito – Karenko – Giran – Taipei
route: Taipei – Naha (Japan) – Hukuoka (Japan)
route: Kaohsiung – Pacifica

Hub: Kaohsiung

Services of Transasia:

12 MT-1 “Hayabusa” airliner
5 Fokker F.VII airliner
10 Nakajima Super Universal (airliner version of the OTL Ki-6)
3 EW-354C transporter
6 EW-357 transporter
8 Kawasaki Ki-63 airliner
4 Kawanishi H6K2 seaplane
6 Guoyong G-35 seaplane

blue fuselage; gold logo on fuselage; gold lettering

[size=1]Kawasaki Ki-63 Airliner in Trans Airways coloring[/size]