Is TransAsia still in business?

TransAsia suspended operations and shut down indefinitely on 22 November 2016 after a pair of hull loss incidents that occurred within months. Its low-cost-carrier subsidiary V Air had already ceased operations in October 2016.

What happened to TransAsia?

HONG KONG — TransAsia Airways, the Taiwan-based airline that had two fatal crashes within seven months of each other, said in a stock exchange filing on Tuesday that it was shutting down. Its shares and flights had been suspended since Monday.

What happened to TransAsia Flight 222?

IATA flight No. TransAsia Airways Flight 222 was a scheduled domestic passenger flight operated by TransAsia Airways from Kaohsiung, Taiwan, to Magong, Penghu Island. On 23 July 2014, the ATR 72-500 twin turboprop operating the route crashed into buildings during approach to land in bad weather at Magong Airport.

What happened to Taiwan plane crash?

The aircraft had 53 passengers and five crew on board; there were 15 survivors….TransAsia Airways Flight 235.

Date 4 February 2015
Summary Engine failure leading to pilot error; shut-down of operating engine
Site Keelung River, Taipei, Taiwan 25°03′48″N 121°37′04″ECoordinates: 25°03′48″N 121°37′04″E
Total fatalities 43

What’s the name of the Trans Asia ferry?

M/V Trans-Asia 2, formerly Lite Ferry I of Lite Shipping was acquired by Trans-Asia Shipping Lines, Inc. in 1998 and renamed as Trans-Asia 2. She serves Cebu to Ozamiz route. M/V Trans-Asia 3 the formerly flagship vessel of Trans-Asia Shipping Lines, Inc. Formerly New Shikoku of Shikoku Ferry Line of Japan, it was acquired by the company in 2008.

Who is the owner of the Trans Asia?

M/V Trans-Asia was owned by the Sado Kisen Car Ferry of Japan, and was acquired by Trans-Asia/Solar in 1993. M/V Trans-Asia’s sister ship is M/V Asia China.

Where are the Trans Asia Shipping Lines located?

Trans-Asia Shipping Lines, Incorporated (TASLI) is a shipping company based in Cebu City, Philippines.

What kind of aircraft does TransAsia Airways use?

Historically, TransAsia also operated the following aircraft: Most of the TransAsia fleet was leased and quickly reclaimed by lessors after TransAsia shut down, leaving just the ATR fleet, two Airbus A321 aircraft, and two Airbus A330-300 aircraft, which had been owned by TransAsia.