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The number of flights between Taiwan and mainland China has increased in recent years, reaching 890 in 2015. To further facilitate cross-strait cooperation in aviation control and aircraft maintenance, EVA Air signed a partnership agreement with the Civil Aviation University of China (CAUC) in 2006, with CAUC representatives sent to Taiwan annually for exchanges.

In 2015, a delegation from CAUC’s College of Air Traffic Management spent three weeks observing aircraft dispatches at EVA Air’s Flight Control Department, and learning special flight operations and safety control measures at the Flight Management Department and the Corporate Safety, Security & Environment Division, respectively.

Not only did the CAUC instructors take the opportunity to discuss aviation/aerospace science theories, line maintenance and aircraft modification with EGAT, but they also compared notes with EVA Air’s Cabin Service Division on airline services.

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