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

Naval History

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