Taiwan Bans Transfers Passengers March 24 – April 7, 2020

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Taiwan is introducing transit ban for passengers that were initially going to transfer in Taipei between March 24 – April 7, 2020.

Eva Air 787

The island nation has already previously banned all non-residents from arriving, but the coronavirus count has nudged higher due to returning Taiwanese.

Transit ban significantly affects China Airlines and Eva Air that both transport passengers via their shared hub in Taipei.


It seems that countries are now banning the few transit passengers that may be traveling despite the current coronavirus pandemic chaos. At least Taiwan has given an end date that is two weeks from the start.

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