Taiwan Taoyuan (TPE) Airport

Taiwan Taoyuan TPE Airport Overview

Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport TPE - referred to as TTIA -  is Taiwan's busiest airport.  In early 2013 Airports Council International (ACI) has voted it as number 10 among world-wide Airports of its size; and received from ACI in 2014 the Airport Service Qaulity Award. . 
The Airport is located in the Dayuan Township, in Taoyuan County, Republic of China, situated on the northern end of the Island of Taiwan, and approximately 40 km or a 50-minute car ride from downtown Taipei, and accessible via National Highway 2, and offers excellent transportation to all parts of the country, including to other airports.

With 2 long runways and serving nearly million passengers per year, Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport is hub to China Airline and EVA Air, and is served by a multitude of national and international airlines offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe.
United Airlines is offering a Taipei-Sa Francisco (SFO) route.

Reaching Airport facilities by car: All terminals, parking facilities & Hotel are located on the circle road of Hangzhan Road, which you enter at the Airport's southern end, ending at the northern end with a curve leading out of the Airport.  From Freeway 1 (Sun Yat Sen Freeway) to Fwy 2 (Dayuan Interchange) - to Hangjan S. Rd. to Airport: - left way to Aviation Museum - pass Terminal 3 construction site  - on to parking lot 2, Terminal 2, Parking lot 3, Control tower, Parking lot 2, Terminal 1 and Parking Lot 1 (the curve is leading back out on Hangzhan N. Road).

The on-Airport 'EvergreenTransit Hotel' is located at the Airport entrance.

Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport has currently  two passenger terminal - T1 and T2 - connected by  the free SkyTrain. Terminal service counter contacts: T1: +886-3-273-5081 T2: +886-3-273-5086. 
Present and futureAirport developments:  Taoyuan Airport is to:
   (a) open a new Plaza Premium Lounge by Spring 2016;
   (b) expand T2, to be completed 2017; 
   (c) construct a smaller Terminal 4 (at current T1's parking lot)  prior to completion of ongoing new Terminal 3 construction;
   (d) construct new Terminal 3 with a capacity of 45M passengers annually - to be located across from Parking Lot 4 of T2 : After  preliminary work of WC taxiway relocation at west side - construction on the multi-functional building (MFB) will start 2016, while the Terminal, its concourse and its aprons at south, north & west of the new terminal will cover 72 hectars -  to be completed by 2020.
   A third runway and the expansion of the free trade zone at the Airport are part of long-term plan, all work expected to be completed by 2020.


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