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Recommend Lucky write about EVA’s corporate policy to fly in storms
EVA Air is on the press the past few days when all airlines cancelled flights into and out of Taipei due to Typhoon. EVA management forced crews to hover over TPE, and take opportunities to land when the wind rates fall under limit, as the wind rate is changing constantly. Examples of air crashes because of Typhoon and storms include China Airlines CI642 in 1999, Singapore SQ006 in 2000, Transasia GE222 in 2014, Air France AF358 in 2005, etc.