On February 4, 2015, TransAsia Airways Flight GE235 crashed into the Keelung River after clipping a bridge shortly after take-off, killing at least 31 people. A total of 53 passengers, including four children, and five crew members were on board the ATR 72-600 propeller aircraft when it departed Taipei's Songshan Airport at 10.52am bound for Quemoy.
Two more bodies have been recovered near the scene of the TransAsia air crash in Taipei, taking the number known to have died in the disaster to 42.
Bereaved families of 37 victims, many with tears in their eyes, attend the one-hour service as the search goes on in Taipei for three passengers who are still missing.
Bereaved families of 40 people killed in TransAsia Airways plane crash in Taiwan hold a religious ceremony to honour the dead as bodies of three mainland Chinese victims are taken home.
TransAsia Airways representatives met with relatives of the victims of last week's plane crash in Taiwan to discuss compensation after it began distributing money to families of the deceased for funeral costs.
TransAsia has cancelled 90 flights over three days to allow its ATR pilots to receive mandated retraining and undergo tests after the post-take-off crash that killed at least 40 people.
Accident investigators have said the main cause of the Taipei air crash that killed at least 35 people was engine failure.
Many of the relatives of the 31 mainland passengers on TransAsia Airways flight GE235 fought back tears as they arrived in Taiwan yesterday.
The pilot of crashed TransAsia Flight GE235 was hailed a hero yesterday for narrowly avoiding buildings and ditching the stalled aircraft in a river, likely averting a worse disaster.
Taiwanese media yesterday voiced safety concerns over the location of the small airport from which TransAsia Airways Flight GE235 departed, as the authorities continued to try to piece together what went wrong.
An uncanny premonition saved the life of TransAsia Airways passenger Chen Ming-chung. The 50-year-old property broker had an "uneasy feeling" before he boarded the plane and insisted that he change seats.
The survivors of Flight GE235 described last-minute decisions that may have saved their lives, the horrifying moments before the crash and pulling themselves from the wreckage.
Rescuers have found the bodies of four more victims of the Taipei air disaster as they widen their search for the eight people still missing.
Safety procedures at TransAsia Airways are likely to face intense scrutiny following the crash of Flight GE235 - the company's second fatal incident in seven months, and its fourth involving an ATR-72 aircraft since 1995.
In an uncanny coincidence, the ATR 72-600 plane that crashed into a river in northern Taiwan on Wednesday was the same model that crashed and sank into a river in October 2013.