April 17, 2011

Far Eastern Airlines to resume Cambodia flights in May

[Radio Taiwan International]

Far Eastern Air Transport (FAT) will resume operations on Monday, with its first flight scheduled for the outlying island of Kinmen. That's the word from sources from the carrier on Sunday.

The airline's service was suspended in 2008 due to financial problems.

The carrier is also planning to resume international flights to Siem Reap in Cambodia. FAT had its first flight to Siem Reap -- the closest international airport to the famed Angkor Wat -- in 2004. That was as the ancient temple complex was listed as one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. The carrier is scheduled to resume charter flights to the area in May.

The airline is also planning to resume domestic flights to Makung City in offshore Penghu County as well as southern Kaohsiung City.

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