Turkish Airlines and Taiwan’s EVA Air have signed a code share agreement on the Taipei-Istanbul route, effective immediately.
Under the agreement, EVA Air will place its marketing code on Turkish Airlines’ daily flight
Turkish Airlines, the national airline of the country, is expanding its network to Taipei, Taiwan - its 265th destination.
Roundtrip flights between Istanbul and Taipei will be operated every day in both directions.
Turkish airlines, the flag carrier of Turkey, continues to build its network with the addition of three new routes in March.
The airline will add Abuja (Nigeria), Manila (Philippines) and Taipei (Taiwan) to its existing network of 261 d
Dubai-based Emirates airline today launched its daily non-stop service from Dubai International Airport to Taiwan's capital Taipei.
“Emirates and Taipei began their partnership in 2003 when Emirates Skycargo launched fre
AirLive, a leading brand for networking and communication equipment, has introduced a new outdoor IP cam featuring HD resolution and infrared (IR) LEDs.
AirLive BU-720 is the latest in the field of IP cameras for outdoor use, comb
Asus ROG has announced the introduction of the fastest and most powerful graphics card, the all-new limited edition Ares II.
It features dual HD 7970 GHz edition GPUs and 6GB GDDR5, supports the finest and smoothest PC gaming, wit
Intel Corporation is comfortable with its chip pricing now and is working with suppliers and manufacturers to lower the cost of its new Ultrabook slim PCs, a product it sees as key to reviving the traditional computer in the face of the tablet cha
Nvidia, the leader in computer graphics, unveiled the first gaming notebook graphics processing unit (GPU) in its award-winning GeForce 500M Series of notebook GPUs.
The GeForce GTX 560M graphics processor delivers a no-compromise gaming e
Japanese and Qatari investment firms may consider a bid for American International Group's Taiwan unit if a current bid for it does not go through, Taiwan's Commercial Times newspaper said on Monday.
The paper cited a former Taiwan