Taiwan is a destination that I hold close to my heart. As a Taiwanese-American, I always find myself making my way back to Taiwan. There are tons of reasons why you would want to visit Taiwan. For me, I absolutely love the food.
Taiwan is a little more spread out than metropolis giants like Hong Kong, but it’s also got a lot more personality in my opinion! I also love the balance of big-city life in Taipei and tranquil nature in cities like Beitou.
Taiwan is known for amazing food, tech, beautiful national parks, and the best universal healthcare system in the world.
This island nation, located near South China, is a great vacation destination for all travelers. We’re going to discuss the best ways to fly nonstop to Taiwan with points and miles.
We’re going to touch on the best award sweet spots, particularly for business class tickets. Taiwanese airlines have a business class product that’s akin to first class, and it’s an absolutely phenomenal experience.
Let’s get started!
Table of contents
- Best Programs to Use to Book Flights
- Final Thoughts
Table of Contents
- Best Programs to Use to Book Flights
- Final Thoughts
Best Programs to Use to Book Flights
Since Taiwan is one of the largest cultural strongholds in Asia, there’s a lot of demand for flights from the United States. Taiwan enjoys a strong business economy supported by U.S. and foreign travelers alike. There are lots of different options you can utilize when booking with points and miles.
One important distinction to make is that award availability is best far in advance, meaning you’ll want to plan ahead as much as you can.
Some exceptions to this rule exist, such as the case with booking Cathay Pacific First Class, which is best booked 1 to 5 days before departure.
When picking the option that best fits your needs, it’s important to remain flexible and be open to changing your departure airports and travel dates so you can get the best deal.
Luckily, this shouldn’t be an issue, as both Taiwanese airlines offer generous award availability in advance. We’re going to be focusing on Star Alliance and SkyTeam carriers. This is because EVA Air is a Star Alliance member and China Airlines is a SkyTeam airline.
As a result, Taiwan is a strategic hub for Star Alliance and SkyTeam. Keep in mind that if you’re looking to fly to mainland China, we’ve put together the best ways to fly to mainland China with points and miles.
All Nippon Airways (ANA) Mileage Club
The first option we’re going to examine is the option that costs the least number of points. We love ANA because they offer phenomenal redemption rates, a lot of ways to earn ANA miles, and a great stopover/open-jaw allowance.
Furthermore, their booking process is relatively simple and can be completed entirely online.
ANA employs region-based award pricing as follows:
We’ll be analyzing both award charts for optimization purposes. If you fly on ANA, you can use their phenomenal stopover policy to visit Japan before continuing to Taiwan. Best of all, flying on ANA uses the least miles.
This means that flying from North America to Taiwan via Japan on ANA will cost as little as 80,000 miles round-trip in business class. This is the mileage cost during low season, and the cost during regular and high season is 90,000 and 95,000 miles, respectively.
Keep in mind that this fantastic award pricing for a 2-in-1 trip from North America to Taiwan via Japan is not a non-stop option.
Hot Tip: If you’ve decided on flying ANA via Japan, check out our definitive guide to ANA’s U.S. routes. Learn all about different departure cities by clicking this link.
ANA charges 165,000 miles for round-trip first class in low and regular season and 180,000 miles for round-trip first class in high season. For round-trip economy, ANA charges 45,000 miles during low season, 55,000 miles during regular season, and 60,000 miles during high season.
Total taxes and fees for award flights on ANA range between $190-$200 per person, round-trip.
Many travelers want a nonstop flight to Taiwan, and ANA has got your back in this case too. Flying round-trip to Taiwan via partners will cost 60,000 miles in economy, 95,000 miles in business, and 180,000 miles in first.
Some routes you can take include:
- New York City (JFK) – Taipei (TPE) round-trip for 95,000 miles and $143 in taxes and fees in EVA Air business class
- Chicago (ORD) – Taipei (TPE) round-trip for 60,000 miles and $132 in taxes and fees in EVA Air economy class
EVA Air offers a stellar business class product; in fact, it ranks among our top 25 best international business class airlines.
You can book awards completely online with ANA. Here are the steps you’ll need to take to complete your booking online for ANA and partner flights:
- Visit ANA.
- On the top-right side of the website, click on ANA Mileage Club.
- On the left side of the page in the Flight Awards section, click International followed by Award Reservation.
- Log in with your Member Number and Password.
- Fill in the search query by typing in your route, travel dates, class of service, number of passengers, and then click Search.
- If you need to transfer points, you may have luck holding awards for up to 3 days by calling ANA at +1-800-235-9262. This is dependent on what representative you get, but it may be worth a shot.
- Finish transferring your points and confirm your reservation by paying for taxes and fees.
Earning ANA Mileage Plan Miles
Recommended Amex Cards (Personal)
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Plus, get up to $200 in Uber credits annually ($15 per month and a $20 bonus in December) — and up to $200 in annual credit for airline incidental charges (e.g. baggage fees). For rates and fees of the Platinum Card, click here.
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With a welcome bonus of 35,000 points after you spend $2,000 in your first 3 months and a $100 airfare credit per year, for many this is an easy addition to your wallet. For rates and fees of the Gold Card, click here.
Recommended Amex Cards (Business)
|The Business Platinum Card® from American Express - Even though this card carries a hefty annual fee, we get ~$1,250+ in value per year by leveraging as many of the benefits/perks card. |
Get access to 1,200+ airport lounges worldwide, $200 in airline fee credits for incidentals (e.g. baggage fees) and a lot more. Also, earn a welcome bonus of up to 75,000 points (terms apply). For rates and fees of the Business Platinum, click here.
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Keep in mind that Amex transfers are not instant. They typically take 2-3 business days, and they transfer at a 1:1 ratio. Marriott takes up to 7 business days to transfer at a 3:1 ratio.
For Marriott, you’ll receive a bonus of 5,000 ANA miles for each 60,000 Marriott points transferred. This brings your total up to 25,000 ANA miles from transferring 60,000 Marriott points.
Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan
Cathay Pacific is one of the most aspirational products to book for travelers. If you can get your hands on first class, you’ll enjoy the world’s widest first class seat, unbelievable dining, and top-notch service.
Alaska Airlines presents one of the best ways to fly to Taiwan with points and miles. Alaska Airlines makes first class redemptions available on Cathay Pacific.
Here are the redemption rates for round-trip flights on Cathay Pacific. One-way is simply half the cost.
|Cabin Class||Alaska Airlines Mileage Cost (round-trip)||Taxes and Fees|
The number that catches our eye is first class on Cathay Pacific. Alaska Airlines’ generous routing rules allow for a stopover, even on one-way flights. This means that for 70,000 Alaska miles, you can fly one-way in first class from the United States to Taiwan via Hong Kong and stopover in Hong Kong en-route to Taiwan.
Even though it’s a connecting flight from Hong Kong, you can treat it as an opportunity to fly to 2 countries for the price of 1, in the comfort of Cathay Pacific’s first class to boot.
To book Cathay Pacific first class with Alaska requires you to search for availability on British Airways and call Alaska Airlines to book. Follow these steps to book your award ticket:
- Go to British Airways’ website.
- Log into your account by entering your ID number and password on the top-left side of the page.
- Type in your desired routing, dates of travel, cabin class, and number of passengers.
- Write down your flight numbers, dates, and times when you’ve located award availability.
- Call Alaska Airlines at +1-800-252-7522.
- Feed them your flight numbers, dates, times, and cabin class.
- Provide any additional information to book the award ticket.
We wrote the complete guide on Cathay Pacific’s U.S. routes, so if you need some inspiration, check out the link above.
Here are some example routes you can take:
- Boston (BOS) – Hong Kong (HKG) – Taipei (TPE) one-way for 70,000 Alaska miles plus approximately $126 in taxes and fees in Cathay Pacific first class
- San Francisco (SFO) – Hong Kong (HKG) – Taipei (TPE) one-way for 50,000 Alaska miles and approximately $126 in taxes and fees in Cathay Pacific business class
- Newark (EWR) – Hong Kong (HKG) – Taipei (TPE) one-way for 30,000 Alaska miles plus approximately $117 in taxes and fees in Cathay Pacific economy class
Need help booking? Check out our step-by-step guide for booking Cathay Pacific first class. If you’d like to still enjoy a bed in the sky but don’t want to shell out tons of miles, check out our guide for booking Cathay Pacific business class.
Earning Alaska Mileage Plan Miles
Alaska miles are relatively difficult to earn. Though difficult to earn, the huge value you’ll get from Alaska miles still makes earning them a worthwhile effort. There are still a lot of ways to earn Alaska miles.
Alaska Airlines offers co-branded credit cards by Bank of America, though the biggest disadvantage is the limited transfer partners. The best option for getting Alaska miles would be transferring points from Marriott Bonvoy.
Furthermore, you can buy Alaska miles if you have a specific redemption you want to make. Often times, Alaska Airlines offers sales of up to 50% more miles on and purchased miles, so be sure to hold out for a sale if you’re going to buy miles.
You can only purchase 60,000 miles per transaction, but you can actually make as many transactions as you want, effectively making the number of possible purchased miles unlimited.
Asiana Airlines Asiana Club
Asiana Airlines is a frequent flyer program that flies under the radar for the most part. There are a ton of different ways to use Asiana Airlines miles for maximum value, but using miles for travel to Asia is an excellent way to use miles.
Since Asiana Airlines is a Star Alliance partner, you can book travel on EVA Air nonstop to Taiwan. Specifically, the round-trip award cost from the United States or Canada is as follows:
|Cabin Class||Asiana Miles Cost (round-trip)||Taxes & Fees on EVA Air|
One-ways cost exactly half of the above prices, and taxes and fees will vary depending on which partner you fly on. Asiana Airlines passes on all fuel surcharges, so that’s something you may consider. It isn’t an issue with these particular airlines and routes.
Using Asiana Airlines miles makes the most sense for nonstop redemptions to Taiwan using Marriott Bonvoy points.
You’ll need to call Asiana to book all partner awards. To get started, follow these steps:
- Search for award availability by visiting Air Canada Aeroplan.
- At the top right corner, click Log in. Enter your Aeroplan number and password. Click Enter.
- Hover over Book travel at the top-middle section of the landing page and click Flights.
- Enter all of your travel details, including trip type, route, travel dates, number of passengers, and cabin class. Click Search.
- Write down all the flight information, including flight numbers, dates, and times.
- Call Asiana Airlines’ U.S. call center at +1-800-227-4262 between 8:30am-5:30pm Pacific Standard Time on Mon-Fri.
- Tell the representative that you want to book an award on EVA Air
- Provide the flight numbers, travel dates, and any other flight information.
- Once they’ve confirmed the award space, provide them with your credit card to pay for taxes and fees.
Earning Asiana Miles
Asiana Mileage Club is transfer partners with Marriott Bonvoy. They’re transfer partners at a 3:1 ratio. You’ll receive a bonus of 5,000 miles when transferring 60,000 Marriott points, which brings your received total up to 25,000 Asiana miles for every 60,000 Marriott points transferred.
Asiana also offers co-branded Bank of America credit cards to earn miles directly.
For more information, check out our guide on the best ways to earn lots of Asiana miles.
Avianca LifeMiles is one of the simplest ways to book award travel. Their booking process is as straightforward as you can get and you get all of these benefits:
- Instantaneous mileage transfers
- Plenty of transfer partners
- No fuel surcharges
- Seamless online booking process
If these are things you value, you’ll be pleased to know that Avianca LifeMiles provides some great redemption values. Avianca LifeMiles is a great program because they never pass on fuel surcharges. This will keep your out-of-pocket costs at a minimum. They do, however, charge a $25 award booking fee one-way.
You can use your LifeMiles to book travel on any Star Alliance partner. Here’s the award chart for one-way flights to Taiwan:
|Cabin Class||LifeMiles Cost (one-way)||Fees|
Hot Tip: You’ll save at least $200 round-trip in cash when booking with LifeMiles since they don’t pass on any fuel surcharges.
Sadly Avianca LifeMiles won’t allow open-jaws or stopovers on their awards flights.
Here are some great example routes you can take:
- Los Angeles (LAX) – Seoul-Incheon (ICN) – Taipei (TPE) one-way for 90,000 miles and $30.60 in taxes and fees in Asiana Airlines first class
- Houston (IAH) – Taipei (TPE) round-trip for 150,000 miles and $61 in taxes and fees in EVA Air business class
- San Francisco (SFO) – Taipei (TPE) one-way for 35,000 miles and $30.60 in taxes and fees in United Airlines economy class
Once you’ve decided the route you want to take, follow these steps to finish your booking 100% online:
- Visit Avianca LifeMiles. Change the language as necessary by clicking on the flag icon in the top right corner and choosing English.
- Click Log in on the top right corner using your LifeMiles Number and Password.
- Click Fly at the top banner. Type in your origin and destination airports, number of passengers, and cabin class. Click Find Flights.
- Click and select your flights and reserve them by paying with LifeMiles and any taxes with your credit card.
Earning Avianca LifeMiles
Both Citi and American Express transfer at a 1:1 ratio. They’re also known to offer periodic transfer bonuses of up to 35%, so be sure to wait for an opportunity like that when transferring points.
Marriott Bonvoy is transferred at a 3:1 ratio with a 5,000-mile bonus for every 60,000 Marriott points transferred.
All of the above transfers occur instantly. You can also earn LifeMiles directly by applying for the Banco Popular co-branded credit card.
You may also consider buying LifeMiles. They’re known to offer huge sales with up to 150% mile bonuses, so be sure to wait for the right opportunity to buy miles.
Hot Tip: Need some help earning LifeMiles? Check out our best ways to earn lots of Avianca LifeMiles!
United Airlines MileagePlus
When you use United Airlines MileagePlus, you’ll very rarely get the best bang for your buck. However, what you will get is a simple booking process, a lot of ways to earn United miles, and no fuel surcharges.
United Airlines offers great opportunities to redeem points and miles for flights to Taiwan. In particular, United Airlines offers a spectacular and unique route to Taiwan:
- San Francisco (SFO) – Taipei (TPE)
|Cabin Class||United Mileage Cost (one-way)||Taxes & Fees|
Currently, United Airlines only charges 70,000 miles plus $5.60 for one-way tickets in Polaris business class from San Francisco (SFO) to Taipei (TPE), which is an excellent deal.
Additionally, you can book partner awards using the following award chart:
|Cabin Class||United Mileage Cost (one-way)||Taxes & Fees|
Earning United Airlines MileagePlus Miles
One of the biggest strengths of United MileagePlus is the ability to easily earn miles using Chase.
Additionally, there are a lot of opportunities to directly earn United miles by leveraging the United co-branded credit cards from Chase.
Hot Tip: Check out our in-depth guide on how to earn lots of Chase Ultimate Rewards points.
Marriott transfers at a better-than-usual ratio of 3:1.1. You’ll still receive a 15,000 Marriott point bonus, which overall gets you 27,500 United miles for transferring 60,000 Marriott points.
Air Canada Aeroplan
Air Canada Aeroplan makes our list because it offers some of the best routing rules for round-trip flights between 2 different continents. In other words, you can work in extra flights for free by maximizing open-jaws and stopovers.
|Cabin Class||Aeroplan Miles Cost||Taxes & Fees|
Remember that the above award chart is only for flights between North America and Asia, which includes China, Eastern Russia, Hong Kong, Japan, Macau, Mongolia, North Korea, South Korea, and Taiwan.
At first glance, it may look like Air Canada Aeroplan is less appealing than another program like Avianca LifeMiles, but upon closer examination, you’ll find tons of extra value.
With Air Canada Aeroplan, you can book 2 stopovers or 1 stopover and 1 open-jaw for round-trip itineraries between 2 continents. Here are some example routes you can take to visit more countries and squeeze out extra value:
- Chicago (ORD) – Tokyo-Narita (NRT) – Taipei (TPE) – Seoul-Incheon (ICN) – Chicago (ORD) for 150,000 Aeroplan miles on ANA business class, EVA Air business class, and Asiana Airlines business class
- Newark (EWR) – Tokyo-Narita (NRT) – Taipei (TPE) – Beijing (PEK) – Newark (EWR) for 150,000 Aeroplan miles on United Polaris class, EVA Air business class, and Air China business class.
Aeroplan is an excellent program to utilize when you know how to optimize their routing rules. Once you’ve got enough points, follow these steps to book your award travel:
- Go to Air Canada Aeroplan’s homepage.
- Click Log in in the top-right corner. Type in your Aeroplan number and password. Click Enter.
- Place your mouse over Book travel. Click Flights.
- Enter your travel dates, trip type, origin and destination airports, number of travelers, and desired class of booking. Click Search.
Delta Airlines SkyMiles
Until now, we’ve pretty much been focusing on leveraging Star Alliance airlines, either through EVA Air, ANA, or United Airlines.
EVA Air deservedly earns the reputation for offering one of the absolute best business class products in the sky. However, sister airline China Airlines, which is the flag carrier of Taiwan, is not far behind.
China Airlines happens to be a SkyTeam partner airline, which means that you’ll be able to leverage points and miles from SkyTeam members to book travel on China Airlines.
Delta SkyMiles is the first logical choice for many of us when thinking about booking SkyTeam travel. While they have an unattractive award pricing structure for their own business class flights, partner flights remains a good redemption avenue.
While Delta Airlines can charge up to 300,000 miles for a one-way flight in business class, it charges only 85,000 miles on partners like China Airlines.
Furthermore, Delta is a great program to use because they don’t pass on fuel surcharges from China Airlines. This means your out-of-pocket cost is $5.60 each way. Also, business class award availability tends to be good when searching for China Airlines awards.
Here’s the award chart for redeeming Delta SkyMiles on China Airlines flights to Taiwan:
|Cabin Class||Delta SkyMiles Cost (one-way)||Taxes and Fees|
|Business||85,000 (110,000 if within 21 days before departure)||$5.60|
To book your China Airlines flight, follow these instructions:
- Visit Delta’s website.
- At the top of the page, type in your route, travel dates, and number of passengers. Click Advanced Search right beneath the number of passengers.
- Click Show Price in Miles. Click Best Fares for Delta One if flying business class or Main Cabin if flying economy.
- Click the red return arrow to search.
- Select your flights and pay for any taxes and fees using your credit card.
Here are some great routes you can take:
- Ontario (ONT) – Taipei (TPE) one-way for 85,000 miles and $5.60 in taxes and fees in China Airlines business class
- New York City (JFK) – Taipei (TPE) one-way for 35,000 miles and $5.60 in taxes and fees in China Airlines economy class
- Los Angeles (LAX) – Taipei (TPE) round-trip for 170,000 miles and $11.20 in taxes and fees in China Airlines business class
Earning Delta SkyMiles
You can also utilize the Delta co-branded credit cards from American Express to earn Delta SkyMiles directly. There are a lot of options here, so don’t overlook this method!
Recommended Delta Cards
|Gold Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card from American Express - The current welcome bonus is 60,000 miles (terms apply) and with a $0 introductory annual fee for the first year (then $95) this is a solid Delta card. Click here for rates and fees of the Gold Delta.|
Korean Air SKYPASS
Another excellent SkyTeam partner to leverage is Korean Air. Their loyalty program is known as SKYPASS, and they’re a worthwhile airline to consider transferring your points to.
Korean Air has different rules that apply to partner flights versus their own flights. With Korean Air flights, you can book one-way travel. Unfortunately, partner flights are only available round-trip, so that’s something you’ll want to consider.
The Korean Air award chart for round-trip flights on partners from North America to Taiwan is as follows:
|Cabin Class||Korean Air Miles Cost (round-trip)||Taxes and Fees|
China Airlines’ total taxes and fees for one-way flights will come out to around $72 per person. However, since Korean Air passes on fuel surcharges on all airlines, the amount will vary depending on the carrier.
Furthermore, here’s the award chart for flights from North America to Taiwan via Korea on Korean Air:
|Cabin Class||Korean Air Miles Cost (round-trip)||Taxes & Fees|
Remember that you’re allowed one-way travel when your flights are only on Korean Air. For more information about off-peak versus peak season, click here.
Here’s the process you’ll want to follow to book your travel using SKYPASS:
- Confirm award availability using Delta’s search function above.
- Write down the flight numbers, dates, and times.
- Join SKYPASS
- Call SKYPASS at +1-800-438-5000
- Feed them your flight numbers and book the ticket by paying for any taxes and fees.
- If booking for a family member, you’ll be subject to rules and restrictions. To avoid this, you can make an account for each person and book each ticket individually.
Here are some great redemptions you can make for both partner bookings and Korean Air bookings:
- San Francisco (SFO) – Taipei (TPE) round-trip for 155,000 Korean Air miles and $143 in taxes and fees in China Airlines business class
- New York City (JFK) – Seoul-Incheon (ICN) – Taipei (TPE) one-way for 80,000 Korean Air miles and $82 in taxes and fees in Korean Air first class (stopover in Korea included)
Earning Korean Air Miles
You can earn Korean Air miles by transferring Marriott Bonvoy points to SKYPASS. You’ll transfer at a 3:1 ratio and receive a bonus 5,000 Korean Air miles after each 60,000 Marriott point transfer. This means that if you transfer 60,000 Marriott points, you’ll end up with 25,000 Korean Air miles.
You can top off your Marriott point balance by taking advantage of generous welcome bonuses on the various Marriott credit cards offered.
Air France/KLM Flying Blue
Yet another option to use your points, especially when EVA Air and China Airlines can’t provide any award availability on your desired dates, is by using Air France/KLM Flying Blue miles.
If you need some (almost) guaranteed availability, Air France/KLM Flying Blue is transfer partners with all the major flexible points programs.
Air France/KLM Flying Blue uses a variable award pricing structure. The cost of award tickets will change depending on the day of search, travel dates, and class of service. For flights between the U.S. and Taiwan, the one-way pricing is generally as follows:
The exact pricing will vary, but the most realistic price for business class is 115,000 miles one-way per person.
You’ll pay for all fuel surcharges, which generally makes this program less attractive than Delta SkyMiles. However, the key advantage of Air France/KLM Flying Blue over Delta SkyMiles is their transfer partners, which we’ll talk about later.
Here are some example routes you can take:
- Chicago (ORD) – Shanghai (PVG) – Taipei (TPE) one-way for 93,500-115,000 Flying Blue miles plus $121 in taxes and fees on China Eastern business class
- Los Angeles (LAX) – Taipei (TPE) one-way for 34,500 Flying Blue miles plus $72 in taxes and fees on China Airlines economy class
- Atlanta (ATL) – Seoul-Incheon (ICN) – Taipei (TPE) one-way for 93,500-115,000 Flying Blue miles plus $81 in taxes and fees on Korean Air business class
Air France/KLM Flying Blue is known to offer transfer bonuses of up to 35% from American Express Membership Rewards or Citi ThankYou Rewards. This can drop the award price by a lot, and you can stretch the value of your points a lot further.
Additionally, Air France’s process for booking awards is simple and can be completed online as follows:
- Go to the Air France/KLM Flying Blue website
- At the top-right, click My Account and enter your Username and Password.
- Click Use Your Miles.
- Enter your destination and origin airports, travel dates, number of passengers, and cabin classes.
- If your dates are flexible, you can search award availability via a calendar by following this URL and clicking the checkbox under Dates that says You are looking for a flight around these dates.
- Finalize your flights and pay for taxes and fees with a credit card.
If you want some other ideas to use Air France miles, check out our post on the best ways to redeem Air France/KLM Flying Blue miles for max value.
Earning Air France/KLM Flying Blue Miles
It’s easy to earn a lot of Flying Blue miles. They’re transfer partners with Chase Ultimate Rewards, American Express Membership Rewards, Marriott Bonvoy, Capital One Rewards, and Citi ThankYou Rewards.
Other Options to Fly to Taiwan
There are simply too many options to fly to Taiwan with points and miles.
The most logical non-stop flights would be on EVA Air, China Airlines, or United Airlines. However, it may make sense to take a connecting flight (which may include stopovers) if you can save a significant number of points and miles.
Some other options that we analyzed were Lufthansa Miles & More, Singapore KrisFlyer, Japan Airlines, American Airlines, and Cathay Pacific Asia Miles. Unfortunately, these options are unattractive due to factors such as a lack of viable transfer partners or unattractive award costs.
There are tons of ways to use points and miles for flights to Taiwan. Your main nonstop options will be using EVA Air, China Airlines, or United Airlines (from San Francisco).
If you’re open to visiting multiple countries such as Japan, Korea, or Hong Kong by utilizing stopovers and open jaws, you can get better value for your points and miles.
Now, you have a great idea on how to get to Taiwan with points and miles.
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