Taipei Songshan Airport

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Taipei Songshan Airport is a mid-size commercial airport and military airbase located in Songshan, Taipei, Taiwan (the Republic of China).wikipedia
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Taipei Songshan Airport is a mid-size commercial airport and military airbase located in Songshan, Taipei, Taiwan (the Republic of China).
The city is served by two airports – Taipei Songshan and Taiwan Taoyuan.

Songshan District, Taipei

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Taipei Songshan Airport is a mid-size commercial airport and military airbase located in Songshan, Taipei, Taiwan (the Republic of China).
The name of the district is historically spelled Sungshan. The Songshan Airport and the Taipei Arena are located here.

Taoyuan International Airport

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Songshan serves only a small portion of the international flights for Taipei using the larger Taoyuan International Airport.
It is one of two that serves Taipei; the other, Taipei Songshan Airport, is located within city limits and served as Taipei's only international airport until 1979.

Kaohsiung International Airport

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Shared military and civilian use—both domestic and international—began on 16 April 1950 in the reconstructed Civil Aeronautics Administration Taipei Airport . Domestic destinations have been Kaohsiung, Hualien, Taichung, Penghu, and Tainan.
The convenience of Taiwan High Speed Rail and record-high costs of jet fuel were eating up most load factors to Taipei Songshan Airport and Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, caused flights between cities on Taiwan's western plains to cease operation, with the last domestic flight between Taipei-Songshan and Kaohsiung ceased operation on 31 August 2012.

Tainan Airport

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Shared military and civilian use—both domestic and international—began on 16 April 1950 in the reconstructed Civil Aeronautics Administration Taipei Airport . Domestic destinations have been Kaohsiung, Hualien, Taichung, Penghu, and Tainan.
The airport was opened on June 26, 1937 with regular flights to Matsuyama Airport (modern-day Taipei Songshan Airport) operated by Japan Air Transport.

Northwest Airlines

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The first international airlines included Northwest Airlines, Pan American Airlines, and Hong Kong Airways (now Cathay Pacific).
Northwest Airlines added Songshan Airport in Taipei, the new capital city of the Republic of China, as a stop on the Tokyo-Okinawa-Manila route on June 3, 1950, with ongoing interchange service to Hong Kong operated by Hong Kong Airways.

Penghu Airport

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Shared military and civilian use—both domestic and international—began on 16 April 1950 in the reconstructed Civil Aeronautics Administration Taipei Airport . Domestic destinations have been Kaohsiung, Hualien, Taichung, Penghu, and Tainan.

Civil Aeronautics Administration (Taiwan)

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In early 1999 when the construction of Taipei 101 had just started, Taiwan's Civil Aeronautics Administration changed this airport's certain SID and STAR procedures to avoid possible collision with the building.
Taipei Songshan Airport

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Taipei Songshan Airport is a mid-size commercial airport and military airbase located in Songshan, Taipei, Taiwan (the Republic of China).
Major airports include Taiwan Taoyuan, Kaohsiung, Taipei Songshan and Taichung.

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The civilian section of Songshan Airport, officially Taipei International Airport, has scheduled flights to domestic destinations in Taiwan and international destinations including Seoul, Tokyo, and select cities in mainland China.
Since opening of Incheon International, Gimpo International handles scheduled domestic flights along with selected short haul international shuttle flights to Tokyo Haneda, Osaka Kansai, Taipei Songshan, Shanghai Hongqiao, and Beijing Capital.

Air transports of heads of state and government

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Songshan Airport is also the base of certain Republic of China Air Force units as part of the Songshan Air Force Base . The Songshan Base Command's main mission is to serve the President and Vice President of the Republic of China.
This aircraft operates out of Taipei's Songshan Airport and is not usually permitted to fly to countries without diplomatic relations with the ROC.

Gimpo International Airport

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Flights to Bangkok–Don Mueang, Jakarta–Halim Perdanakusuma, Kuala Lumpur–Subang, Singapore–Seletar, Nagoya–Komaki, Osaka–Itami, Seoul–Gimpo, Shanghai–Hongqiao, Beijing–Nanyuan, and Tokyo–Haneda are especially attractive since these airports are also in the central areas of their respective cities, and all these cities have larger far flung international airports.
Services to Taipei Songshan Airport started on 30 April 2012.

China Airlines

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Four carriers (EVA Air, China Airlines, Japan Airlines, and ANA) would be able to operate from Songshan Airport to Tokyo–Haneda.
In 1979, the airlines switched all operations from the smaller Taipei Songshan Airport to the newly built Chiang Kai-shek International Airport (now Taoyuan International Airport).

EVA Air

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Four carriers (EVA Air, China Airlines, Japan Airlines, and ANA) would be able to operate from Songshan Airport to Tokyo–Haneda.
In November 2010, EVA Air began nonstop flights connecting the inner-city Taipei Songshan and Tokyo Haneda airports.

TransAsia Airways

Each week has 28 flights, served by China Eastern Airlines, Shanghai Airlines, Air China, China Airlines, EVA Air, and TransAsia Airways.
As of 2017, some of TransAsia airway's routes have been reopened by EVA air, specifically Taipei Song Shan to Chongqing, Hangzhou (operated by UNI air) and Tianjin.

Far Eastern Air Transport

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On 20 February 1970, Douglas DC-3 B-243 of Far Eastern Air Transport crashed into a mountain shortly after take-off. The aircraft was operating a cargo flight, both crew were killed.
Its main base was Taipei Songshan Airport.

TransAsia Airways Flight 235

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On 4 February 2015, TransAsia Airways Flight 235, an ATR 72-600 (B-22816), crashed shortly after takeoff from Taipei Songshan Airport, first clipping a taxi and then crashing into Keelung River near Taipei. Of the 53 passengers and 5 crew members, 43 were killed.
TransAsia Airways Flight 235 was a domestic flight that crashed into the Keelung River on 4 February 2015, shortly after takeoff from Taipei Songshan Airport, 5.4 km to the west of Songshan in Taiwan.

Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport

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Flights to Bangkok–Don Mueang, Jakarta–Halim Perdanakusuma, Kuala Lumpur–Subang, Singapore–Seletar, Nagoya–Komaki, Osaka–Itami, Seoul–Gimpo, Shanghai–Hongqiao, Beijing–Nanyuan, and Tokyo–Haneda are especially attractive since these airports are also in the central areas of their respective cities, and all these cities have larger far flung international airports. Before the end of the Chinese Civil War and the establishment of the People's Republic of China, the airport provided flight routes between Shanghai and Taipei, occasionally via Fuzhou.
The airport presently offers mainly domestic flights, as well as five international routes to central Tokyo's Haneda Airport, central Seoul's Gimpo International Airport, central Taipei Songshan Airport, Hong Kong International Airport, and Macau's Macau International Airport.

Cross-Strait charter

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Regular cross-Strait charter flights to China started on 4 July 2008, with Songshan receiving the majority of flights.
Initially, Mainland China permitted flights from Beijing, Shanghai (Pudong Airport), Guangzhou, Xiamen, and Nanjing airports, and the plan was to permit flights from Chengdu, Chongqing, Dalian, Guilin, Shenzhen, Shenyang, Xian and other spots with market demand in the future, while the ROC government permitted flights from Taiwan Taoyuan Airport, Taipei Songshan Airport, Kaohsiung, Taichung, Makung, Hualien, Kinmen, and Taitung.

Songshan Airport MRT station

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The airport is served by the Taipei Metro Neihu Line's Songshan Airport Station.
It is a station on Brown Line and serves as a transportation gateway to Taipei Songshan Airport.

Wenhu line

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The airport is served by the Taipei Metro Neihu Line's Songshan Airport Station.
It connects to Neihu and Taipei Songshan Airport, which currently has no rapid transit access.

Taipei Metro

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The airport is served by the Taipei Metro Neihu Line's Songshan Airport Station.
Taipei Songshan Airport is served by the station.

Transportation in Taiwan

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Transportation in Taiwan
2,438 to 3,047 m: 5 (Kinmen, Magong, Hualien, Taipei Songshan, Taitung)

Tigerair Mandala

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On 1 February 1975, Vickers Viscount PK-RVM of Mandala Airlines was damaged beyond economic repair when it overran the runway.
On February 1, 1975, a Vickers Viscount overran the runway during landing at Taipei Songshan Airport, Taiwan and ended up in a paddy field. Another Viscount overran the runway of Manado Airport on January 7, 1976. The aircraft was landing in intermittent slight rain, touching down 520 meters (1706 feet) down the runway, crossed a ditch and 3 drains before coming to rest 180 meters (591 feet) past the end of the runway. There were no fatalities in both incidents.