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Taipei is directly connected to most major cities in Asia, and there are daily flights to North America, Europe and Oceania countries such as Australia. Most international flights leave from Taoyuan International Airport (www.taoyuanairport.gov.tw), 40km from downtown Taipei. Domestic flights as well as direct flights to China, Japan and Korea leave from Taipei Songshan Airport (www.tsa.gov), located in the city itself and accessible by MRT.
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Two airports serve Taipei. Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport is about 40km west of the city centre and Taipei Songshan Airport is just north of the city centre. International flights are handled at the former; domestic and direct international flights to China, Japan and Korea at the latter.
A taxi to the city centre is NT$1200 to NT$1400. Buses (55 to 70 minutes) cost between NT$115 and NT$150 depending on where you are going in the city.
Bus 1819 (NT$125) runs every 15 to 20 minutes from 4.30am to 12.20am from West Terminal A, just west of Taipei Main Station. There's a special late-night buses to the airport at 1.50am.
Bus 1840 (NT$125) runs every 15 to 20 minutes between Taipei Songshan Airport and Taoyuan International Airport.
Bus 1968 (NT$135) runs every 30 minutes to/from Xindian MRT Station (for travellers who want to stay in Bitan).
Other frequent buses run to/from Banqiao MRT Station; Nanjing E Rd MRT Station; Zhongxiao-Fuxing MRT Station; Taipei City Hall Bus Station; Grand Hyatt Taipei; the Sheraton Hotel; and Minquan W Rd MRT Station.
Bus 705 (NT$30) runs every 10 minutes to/from Taoyuan High Speed Rail Station.
Taipei Songshan Airport has its own MRT station. A taxi from the city centre will cost NT$200 to NT$300.