The airline industry was perhaps the sector hit hardest by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in the United States, and China Airlines has not been immune to the impact.

Christine Tsung, president and CEO of Taiwan’s national carrier, said the airline braced for tough times, scaling down operations and stepping up safety measures.

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