Taiwan has three international airports: Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, Kaohsiung International Airport, and Taipei International (Songshan) Airport. Each offers convenient direct links to all major countries.
In addition, the Executive Yuan has approved the opening of international charter flight service at Taiwan's domestic airports, including airports in Hualien, Magong, Kinmen, Taitung and Taichung. For more information please visit the airport website
Taiwan's domestic airlines industry is quite active with busy routes serving major cities; flying is almost as common as taking long-distance buses, and flights are always fully booked during holidays. As a result, prior reservations are advised. Most travel agencies handle reservations and ticketing on behalf of airlines.
Personal identification is required when checking in for flights. (ID for Taiwan citizens, passports for foreigners.)
Regulations for luggage and carry-on handling may vary by airline; passengers are advised to contact the airlines for details. The use of cellular phones on airplanes is strictly prohibited for flight safety concerns. In addition, items that may threaten flight safety such as compressed-air cans and flammable items, are also banned from flights; for further information, please refer to: Flight Safety
‧Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Flight Schedule
‧Kaohsiung International Airport Flight Schedule
‧Domestic Airport & Flight Information