Far Eastern Air Transport
Far Eastern Air Transport ( FEAT or FAT) is a Taiwanese airline from Taipei. It performs scheduled domestic and international flights.
The airline was founded in 1957 as a charter airline and flew for the first time in November of the same year. Your first scheduled flights they made in January 1965. Due to financial problems they presented the flight operations on 13 May 2008. On April 18, 2011, the flight operations with Route Taipei was - Kinmen resumed.
The airline flew in January 2005 to the following objectives: National were about Hualien, Kaohsiung and Tainan served, internationally, for example, Jeju, Koror, or Seoul. As home airport serves the airport Taipei Songshan.
Last -powered fleet
As of July 2013, the fleet of the Far Eastern Air Transport consists of nine aircraft
- 2 Boeing 757-200 ( decommissioned)
- 4 McDonnell Douglas MD -82
- 3 McDonnell Douglas MD -83
FEAT operation, inter alia, following aircraft types:
- Boeing 737-100
- Boeing 737-200
- Douglas DC-3
- Douglas DC-6
- Handley Page Herald
- McDonnell Douglas MD -90
- Vickers Viscount