Macau has agreed to open its skies further to Taiwanese airlines as the former Portuguese colony aims to attract more Taiwanese visitors, Economic Daily News reported Monday, citing an unnamed Taiwan official. Macau will no longer impose limits on Taiwanese airlines and their flights under a new agreement that is expected to take effect in March or April, the report said. The only condition will be that the flights must not continue to a third destination, it said. At present, most Taiwan air passengers tend to choose Hong Kong rather than Macau for travelling in the region because there are more flights to Hong Kong and the fares are also cheaper.
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