Mixed responses from airlines after Philippines lifts travel ban
Taipei, Feb. 15 (CNA) After the Philippine government lifted its travel ban against Taiwan on Friday, Taiwanese carriers said they will continue their current reduced flight services between the two countries, while some Philippine carriers said they will resume their original schedule gradually.
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