Taipei’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs censured over human trafficking to Cambodia

The Control Yuan has censured the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) and the Kaohsiung District Prosecutors’ Office over the handling of cases involving Taiwanese who were imprisoned in Cambodia after being caught up in human trafficking job scams. ... ...

Khmer Times Staff

Taipei extends High-end Group Tourists visa facilities for Cambodia

The trial visa-free treatment of tourists from Thailand, Brunei and the Philippines will be extended for another year, from Aug. 1, 2023 to July 31, 2024, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) announced Friday. ... ...

Khmer Times Staff

Chartered carrier takes off

Newly established Wat Phnom Airlines completed its maiden flight to Taiwan’s Taoyuan International Airport on July 10. But its predecessor, grounded Tonlesap Airlines, is said to owe the same airport more than $50,000 in landing fees. The local chartered carrier “is officially in business after it ...

New name, same airline

Grounded Tonlesap Airlines has changed its name to Wat Phnom Airlines, an official with Cambodia’s State Secretariat of Civil Aviation said yesterday, about two months after the local chartered carrier suspended all of its flights. Wat Phnom Airlines is now in the process of applying for ...

Tonle Sap Airlines suspends its flights

Local charter carrier Tonle Sap Airlines has suspended flights until June, in what appears to be the latest of a series of disruptions affecting the airline, which has also recently encountered financial turbulence. The airline, which operates chartered flights from Siem Reap to China, Taipei, and ...

Taiwan-Cambodia flight delay affects hundreds

Cambodia's Tonlesap Airlines said Saturday that one of its scheduled flights from Taiwan to the Cambodian city of Siem Reap that day would be further delayed due to an engine failure, further enraging 167 already angry passengers who had been waiting for hours for their ...

Chartered flights from Taiwan re-launched

Chartered direct flights from Taiwan to Cambodia were re-launched on February 7 by Taiwanese airline Far Eastern Air Transport, one year after the company abruptly suspended the flights over a dispute with its Cambodian airline partner over unpaid aviation fuel. ... Six flights have been ...

FAT's direct Angkor Wat flights to resume Dec. 25

The Taipei-based Far Eastern Air Transport Corp. (FAT) will resume its direct flights from Taiwan to Angkor Wat in Cambodia starting Dec. 25... Soon after the FAT reopened its flight operations on April 18, 2011 following several years of suspension caused by financial troubles, the Tonlesap ...

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