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Water leaks again and again and again.....at Taipei Taoyuan International Airport


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Just I said before, does DDP solve the problem after criticize KMT? No! Nothing is done since DDP become ruling party. So people start point DDP for doing nothing but only criticize.
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Just I said before, does DDP solve the problem after criticize KMT? No! Nothing is done since DDP become ruling party. So people start point DDP for doing nothing but only criticize.
wasn't the plan to close Terminal 2 for a year of repairs after Terminal 3 opens? That means it is going to be quite a few years before anything happens...
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Yellowish foul smelling water leaks again.....at Taipei Taoyuan International Airport



桃機B2美食街漏「黃液體」飄臭味 正值旅客晚餐時間

2018-10-20 19:32聯合報系攝影中心 記者鄭超文╱即時報導

桃園機場第二航廈B2美食街傍晚17:10發生好幾處的天花板漏水,其中在順成蛋糕櫃位上方的漏水面積最大也最嚴重,桃機公司表示,滲水情況係因上方自來水管線破裂所致,但工作人員透露,漏水大約發生30分鐘,而且一開始還有些許臭味。所幸後來沒有再飄出異味,但漏下來的水在水桶中呈現「黃色」狀態。

由於正值旅客晚餐時間,工作人員用水桶、水盤等接水,也緊急架起「維護中」的屏風遮擋,並在外圍拉起紅龍管制動線,保全人員也引導旅客避過漏水區,清潔公司出動4-5人將地上的積水擦乾,不過天花板還是不停地漏水,順成蛋糕的工作人員趕緊將攤位上的東西移到沒有滴水處,另外,為清查漏水,第二航廈一樓接機大廳南側的廁所暫時封閉停止使用,桃機公司表示,第一時間發現後立即派員進行維修, 美食街顧客動線未受影響,經將滲水點管線截斷引流後,已無滲漏情形。


桃機第二航廈B2美食街傍晚發生天花板漏水,由於正值晚餐時間,美食街仍有許多人用餐。記者鄭超文/攝影


桃機第二航廈B2美食街傍晚發生好幾處天花板漏水,工作人員用大水盆來接水。記者鄭超文/攝影


桃機第二航廈B2美食街傍晚發生天花板漏水,清潔人員出動將積水擦乾。記者鄭超文/攝影


桃機第二航廈B2美食街傍晚發生天花板漏水,為清查漏水原因,一樓南側的廁所全部暫停使用。記者鄭超文/攝影


桃機第二航廈B2美食街傍晚發生好幾處天花板漏水。記者鄭超文/攝影


桃機第二航廈B2美食街傍晚發生天花板漏水,其中在順成蛋糕櫃位上方的漏水面積最大也最嚴重,工作人員趕緊將商品搬離滴水處。記者鄭超文/攝影


桃機第二航廈B2美食街傍晚發生天花板漏水,漏下來的水在水桶中呈現「黃色」狀態。記者鄭超文/攝影
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Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport suffers 2 blackouts in a row

Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport struck by 2 blackouts, passenger trapped in elevator

By Keoni Everington,Taiwan News, Staff Writer
2019/03/08 12:05


Monitors goes blank. (Photo from PTT)

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- Without warning, Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 at the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport suddenly lost power twice this morning, trapping two passengers in terminal elevators.

At 9:26 a.m. this morning, the power suddenly went out in Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 of the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, but the power was quickly restored. However, at 9:38 a.m., the two terminals went black again, trapping two passengers in separate elevators.

One passenger was trapped in an elevator in the south section of Terminal 1 and another passenger in an elevator in Terminal 2, reported TVBS. Both passengers have since been able to exit the elevators and are unharmed.



Only one shop seen to have power. (Photo from PTT)

Some flights were delayed due to this morning's blackouts. Taiwanese movie star Brigitte Lin (林青霞) happened to be preparing to board Cathay Pacific Flight CX469 to Hong Kong when the second blackout struck, resulting an a 50-minute delay.

The Taoyuan International Airport Corporation (TIAC) said that at 9:26 a.m. this morning, a high voltage circuit breaker was tripped in a 161KV transformer causing it to shut down, leading to sudden loss of power in the two terminals. The airport's emergency generator was then activated and started supplying power within three minutes.

The airport's facilities and equipment were soon restored to normal and passengers resumed boarding. The transformer was expected to return to normal within 40 minutes.




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The power outage affected the departure hall of Terminal 1 and the arrival and departure halls of Terminal 2.

As for the exact cause of the blackout, TIAC officials said, "The cause is still under investigation, Presently, main power has been restored." Minister of Transportation and Communications Lin Chia-lung (林佳龍) ordered that an investigation be carried out into the cause of the outage and steps be taken to avoid a recurrence of the problem.


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Starbucks loses power. (Photo from PTT)
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Pothole in runway delays 121 flights at Taoyuan Airport


2019/03/10 18:53:42



Taipei, March 10 (CNA) Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport's south runway reopened Sunday after a pothole was discovered the previous day, causing delays to 121 flights.

The flights were delayed by an average of 52 minutes, with a Singapore-bound flight operated by Scoot, Singapore Airlines Group's budget airline, suffering the longest delay of nine hours, according to Taoyuan International Airport Corp. (TIAC).

The Scoot flight departed from Japan's Hokkaido and was scheduled to arrive in Singapore via Taiwan.

The flight should have landed at Taoyuan Airport at 9:20 p.m. Saturday and departed at 10:20 p.m. that same day but was forced to divert to Kaohsiung Airport after the discovery of the pothole.

It did not arrive in Taoyuan until 1:43 a.m. Sunday before taking off at 8 a.m., according to the company.

General manager of Scoot Taiwan, Victor Lee (李育修), confirmed that the flight was forced to divert to Kaohsiung Airport, leading to a nine-hour delay.

The airline then arranged accommodation for the 286 passengers to take a rest at Taoyuan Airport before leaving for Singapore, he said.

A 45cm long, 30cm wide and 3cm deep pothole was discovered at about 6:00 p.m. during a routine inspection with repair work not completed until 10:15 p.m. Saturday, according to TIAC.

It said the runway reopened during the early hours of Sunday after the paving material on the runway surface cooled down.

The 121 delayed flights included 85 inbound and 36 outbound flights, with eight inbound flights forced to divert to Kaohsiung Airport, including four operated by China Airlines, two by EVA Air, and one each from Scoot and Tigerair Taiwan, TIAC data showed.

In response, Wang Ming-teh (王明德), TIAC's new chairman, said Sunday he is determined to fix the problems at the airport, the country's main gateway, and will demand airport staff face issues rather than cover them up.

Since Wang assumed his post less than three months ago, he has had to deal with several serious problems. Other than the runway pothole, travelers were stuck in the airport's elevators during a power outage last Friday.

Given that the south runway at Taoyuan Airport resumed operation in January 2015 following an 11-month closure for renovations, the pothole spotted on Saturday is not an isolated problem, Wang said.

The airport suffers from systematic problems he is working to resolve, he added.

He is striving to improve operations at the airport on several fronts, including improving water and electricity supply infrastructure, runway safety and ensuring flights arrive and depart on schedule, Wang noted.

(By Wang Shu-fen and Evelyn Kao)
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Pothole in Taoyuan Airport runway delays 121 flights



Around 121 flights were unable to depart on time on 10 March after a pothole was found in the south runway of Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport.

The 45cm long, 30cm wide and 3cm deep pothole was discovered at about 6pm on 9 February during a routine inspection.

Taoyuan International Airport Corporation (TIAC), a government-owned firm responsible for the management of Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, said that flights were delayed by an average of 52 minutes.


“The runway was reopened during the early hours of Sunday after the pothole was repaired.”


According to TIAC, the problem caused a nine-hour delay to a Singapore-bound flight operated by Scoot. The Scoot flight, which departed from Japan’s Hokkaido Airport, was scheduled to arrive in Singapore via Taiwan.

According to the schedule, the aircraft should have landed at Taoyuan Airport at 9:20pm on 9 February and departed at 10:20pm that same day, but it was forced to divert to Kaohsiung Airport after the pothole was found.

TIAC said that the runway was reopened during the early hours of Sunday after the pothole was repaired.

The 121 delayed flights consisted of 85 inbound and 36 outbound flights. Almost eight inbound flights were diverted to Kaohsiung Airport, including four operated by China Airlines, two by EVA Air, and one each from Scoot and Tigerair Taiwan, according to TIAC.

This was not the first time a pothole was discovered in the runway. Problems with the south runway first surfaced in October 2015.

In 2017, the TIAC shut down the runway for 16 hours to repair a crack.
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Taiwan’s Aging Taoyuan International Airport in Need of Repair as Crumbling Infrastructure Causes Flight Disruptions

March 15, 2019
Will Lee

After recently celebrating its 40th anniversary, it’s clear that Taipei’s Taoyuan International Airport needs to enhance its facilities. On Saturday, a flight of Singaporean budget airline Scoot departed from Hokkaido, Japan en route to the Taiwanese capital when it was forced to divert to Kaohsiung. located on the opposite side of the island, when a pothole was found on Taoyuan’s south runway.

The Singapore-bound flight was flying back to its base at Changi Airport via Taipei as TR893 but suffered a nine-hour delayed thanks to the diversion and a brief hold just north of Taiwan. The pothole was discovered during a routine inspection and although repair work was underway until the next morning, there were a total of 121 flights affected. While most were mere flight delays, eight arriving flights were diverted to Kaohsiung on Taiwan’s southern coast.

Just one day before the pothole crippled the airport, a transformer failure caused a power outage. The airport experienced a blackout for 30 minutes on Friday with Terminals 1 and 2 affected. No flights were canceled during the power outage, but flights were delayed as a result and some passengers were even stuck in the airport’s elevators.

Wang Ming-Teh, the new chairman of the airport, mentioned that the pothole incident was not “an isolated problem,” and that he would identify problems and find their sources. In fact, the south runway was closed for a one-year renovation in 2014, leaving many to wonder why it would be in such a state just a few years into its operation. Wang added that “the airport will improve the water and electricity supply infrastructure.”

Aging infrastructure is not the only problem that the airport is facing as expansion is another issue it needs to consider. The airport has almost reached full capacity and is experiencing lack of ramp space. Recently, two Asian low-cost carriers failed to launch a new service to Taipei due to the capacity issue. The carriers strove for better slots, but couldn’t succeed.

With Starlux Airlines scheduled to begin services next year and EVA Air taking delivery of 20 Boeing 787 Dreamliners in coming years, the airport knows that difficulties are in its future if it doesn’t remedy its capacity and infrastructure problems. As the main airport of entry for visitors to Taiwan, especially from the West, the airport has a duty to make a good first impression on visitors.
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Drone shuts down Taipei Songshan Airport

Authorities to request maximum fine of NT$1.5 million

By Matthew Strong,Taiwan News, Staff Writer
2019/03/15 20:42

(Taiwan News) - Two appearances by a drone shut down Taipei Songshan Airport Friday evening, causing delays and even the diversion of one flight to Taichung, according to the Apple Daily.

By 8 p.m. Friday, the problem had been resolved and flights resumed their normal schedule, but the authorities said they would find the culprit, who could face a fine of up to NT$1.5 million (US$48,500).

A first incident occurred just before 7 p.m., which caused an immediate shutdown of the airport in downtown Taipei City.

Since the unmanned object was not found, officials assumed it had left the area and they allowed services to resume at 7:17 p.m., the Apple Daily reported.

However, at 7:20 p.m. it reappeared on the landing route of planes heading for Songshan. As a result, the airport was shut down, while from 7:29 p.m., only takeoffs were allowed but no landings.

The incidents caused delays for six arrivals and two departures, affecting 589 travelers, reports said. One flight was even diverted from Songshan to Taichung.

Cars had been sent out to track the drone and find the operator. If caught, the authorities said they would ask for the maximum fine of NT$1.5 million.
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桃機體檢出爐 將砸2000億改善
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桃園機場公司董事長王明德(左起)、交通部次長祁文中、交通部航政司長葉協隆今天公布...
桃園機場公司董事長王明德(左起)、交通部次長祁文中、交通部航政司長葉協隆今天公布桃機大體檢報告。記者吳姿賢/攝影
桃園機場漏水、跳電狀況不斷,三月間又無預警大停電,國門失色,交通部令桃機總體檢,報告昨出爐,電力、汙排水、跑滑道都出狀況,共通性問題為設施老舊及備援系統能量不足,將投資近二千億分短中長期改善翻轉國門。

交通部規畫,到二○三二年前,桃機將支出約一九九九億元,包括興建第三跑道、第三航廈、衛星廊廳,以及一、二航廈的汙排水、跑滑行道、電力改善工程,也會持續檢討人力及維護投資。

不過就在報告還未公布前,昨天凌晨桃園地區大雨,又造成桃園機場第二航廈出境六號櫃台附近滲水,經半小時維修才排除狀況。

桃機近年運量大幅成長,用電量較成立時成長四點六倍,旅次三年成長一千萬,航機量每日七百至八百班次,還要同時整建軟硬體,董事長王明德比喻「有如中古車邊爬坡邊換零件」,難度相當高。

桃機維護處長孫宏彬表示,桃機一再跳電,與使用已廿年的單一電源設備老舊有關,除將修繕汰換設備外,二○二二年前將新建東、西變電站,以雙電源、雙迴路系統相互備援,提升供電穩定度。

跑滑道部分,發現維修權責不清、巡檢及維修不易與鋪面層已達維護年期,將分「及早預防性修護」、「應用科技加強巡檢」、「跑道全面性刨鋪」三對策因應。

加強巡檢及預防性修護已開始實施,今年引進車載式影像辨識系統,偵測跑道鋪面潛變,有異樣立即預防性養護。老舊滑行道破損冒漿部分,會整建底層排水系統、路基,明年六月全面更新。

汙排水部分,體檢發現機場排水外溢,多是旅客丟擲異物阻塞所致,將透過內視鏡、水刀機、水刀車等設備,在最短時間疏通異物。桃機也會每季進行預防性通管,另建立建築資訊模型,掌握航廈管線資訊。

孫宏彬說,報告歷經五次會議、兩次現勘、三度提報後定稿。針對共通性問題,將透過治標與治本並行,分為系統設備、管理與機制、人力與訓練三面向改善。開南大學副教授盧衍良肯定桃機的因應對策,強調未來應落實改善作為。

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Finally, they say they will spend 200 billion NT dollars to renovate entire electrical system, water and draining system,internal finish and other important infrastructure.
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Concrete blocks, ceiling tiles fall in Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport

Concrete blocks, ceiling tiles suddenly fall in entrance hall to Terminal 2 of Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport


By Keoni Everington, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
2019/07/16 10:57




TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- Concrete blocks and ceiling tiles suddenly fell in an entrance hall of the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport on Monday evening (July 15), but no injuries were reported.

At 9:38 p.m. on Monday evening, chunks of concrete and several massive ceiling tiles suddenly fell inside the entrance hall on the first floor in Terminal 2 of the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, reported UDN. According to a preliminary investigation, concrete blocks from an upper floor smashed through the ceiling support structure and caused the tiles to plummet to the ground.

Fortunately, no one was immediately below the ceiling when the concrete and tiles fell onto the floor. Airport management cordoned off the area, sent staff to inspect the damage, and dispatched a cleaning crew to clear the debris.



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The Taoyuan International Airport Corporation said that in addition to carrying out emergency repair operations, it also sent staff to carry out a thorough inspection of the ceiling, reported CNA. Based on a preliminary investigation, the company said that four cement blocks had smashed through the ceiling structure of the entry hall.

On-site personnel have been dispatched to carry out an extensive inspection of the ceiling of the entry hall and the supervisor on duty has directed units to ensure the safety of the structure.


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桃園機場第二航廈週一晚間9點多,入境大廳天花板突然墜落,嚇壞機場旅客,桃機公司也隨即派人處理,但天花板上方還有碎石卡在鋼管上,搖搖欲墜,機場保全也拉大封鎖範圍,照片被PO到臉書社團,讓許多網友驚呼實在太誇張。
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Wow, this terminal 2 is really a disaster.
Style wise, when finished it already looked outdated, like something built in the 90's, and now it's a money pit.
By comparison, the terminal 1 renovation, thus smaller, feels much more modern and "high end".
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Old Posted Jul 21, 2019, 3:44 AM
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Wow, this terminal 2 is really a disaster.
Style wise, when finished it already looked outdated, like something built in the 90's, and now it's a money pit.
By comparison, the terminal 1 renovation, thus smaller, feels much more modern and "high end".
Terminal 3 construction bid also term into disaster.
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Old Posted Jul 22, 2019, 4:40 AM
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Terminal 3 construction bid also term into disaster.
What do you mean? Can you elaborate?
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