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 Many local airlines have been established since the “Open Sky”policy made by the government in 1987.

This has resulted in the rapid growth of civil aviation industry in Taiwan. However, some relevant flight safety measures have not been taken to keep abreast with the said rapid growth.

In view of this situation and the repeated warning message of flight safety, the chiefs responsible for flight safety from local aviation industry held a meeting in 1991, under the financial support from China Aviation Development Foundation (CADF), major airlines and airport services companies in Taiwan, the Flight Safety Foundation-Taiwan (FSF-T) was established by patterning after the Flight Safety Foundation in the USA.

It was also approved by the Ministry of Transportation & Communication (MOTC) and registered as a corporate person in 1993; the first meeting of board of directors was also held in the same year.


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