- 04/11/1993 - Boeing 747 - China Airlines B-165 - Hong Kong, Hong Kong
- 26/04/1994 - Airbus A300 - China Airlines B-1816 - Nagoya, Japan
- 16/02/1998 - Airbus A300 - China Airlines B-1814 - Taipei, Taiwan
- 22/08/1999 - McDonnell Douglas MD-11 - China Airlines B-150- Hong Kong, Hong Kong
- 25/05/2002 - Boeing 747 - China Airlines B-18255 -Penghu islands, Taiwan
And two companies and five years later I still keep the ban. Twice this year I was scheduled on a China Airlines flight which I made my travel agent change. This is just common sense, which was verified today:
Taiwan jet explodes into fire in Japan - Passengers used emergency slides to evacuate a China Airlines jet just minutes before the plane burst into a fireball Monday on the tarmac. All 165 people aboard escaped unhurt, including the pilot, who jumped from the cockpit at the last second.
Something just isn't right at that airline.