By Air: The Taipei Song Shan Airport (+ 886 2 8770 3460/ http://www.tsa.gov.tw/0069/index_e/index_e.shtm) offers service to destinations around the globe. Taiwan's main airport, the Chiang Kai-Shek International Airport (http://www1.cksairport.gov.tw/english) is located approximately 40km from downtown Taipei.
These airports house the following airlines:
Air Macau (http://www.airmacau.com.mo/index.htm)
Air Canada (http://www.aircanada.com)
Cathay Pacific Airways (http://www.cathay-usa.com)
China Airlines (http://www.china-airlines.com/en/index.htm)
Continental Airlines (http://www.continental.com)
Japan Asia Airways (http://www.jal.co.jp/en)
Mandarin Airlines (http://www.mandarin-airlines.com)
Northwestern Airlines (http://www.nwa.com/tw/tc/home.shtml)
Thai Airways (http://www.thaiair.com)
Tranasia Airways (http://www.tna.com.tw/index.asp)
UNI Air (http://www.uniair.com.tw/index.asp)
Qantas Airways (http://www.qantas.com.au)
There are a number of services that provide transportation from Taipei Song Shan Airport and Chiang Kai-Shek International Airport to destinations in and around Taipei. Taxis are located outside the arrivals terminal of each airport. When taking a taxi, it is advisable to have your destination written in Chinese, as services in English are limited. From Chiang Kai-Shek International Airport bus companies offering service to Taipei include Taiwan Bus Corp., Evergreen Bus, Toward You Air Bus, and Fe Go Express.
By Train: Taiwan Railway (http://www.railway.gov.tw/e_index.htm) offers excellent service throughout the country.
By Bus: Buses in Taiwan offer safe and efficient transit to destinations throughout the country. One of the most popular tourist services is Taiwan Tour Bus (http://taiwantourbus.justaiwan.com/english).
Getting Around: The MRT (Metropolitan Rapid Transit) system offers efficient transportation around the city. Local buses and taxis are also available and easy to use.