Qantas will end its codeshare agreement with Taipei's Eva Air from March 2013.
In an advisory for travel agents, Qantas says it will "continue to offer a range of fare products servicing the Australia/Taipei market via Hong Kong and Shanghai, connecting with Cathay Pacific and Dragon Air."
Qantas has recently revealed it will terminate codeshare flights with Cathay Pacific and Air France next year when its new alliance with Emirates launches in April 2013.
Meanwhile EVA Air, which has been accepted into the Star Alliance family and expects to assume full membership by the middle of 2013, is said to be examining regular flights between Sydney and Taipei.
EVA abandoned Sydney in early 2006 and currently lists Brisbane as its only Australian port.
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