EVA Airlines Corporation more commonly known as EVA Air, is a Taiwanese airline based in Taiwan. EVA Air operates to many destinations worldwide, including Atlanta, Bangkok, Beijing, Asahikawa, Boston, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Haikou, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Ningbo, Okinawa, Osaka, Seoul and Shanghai. EVA Air flies to many Chinese destinations including Xining, Chengdu, Chongqing, Kunming, Xian, Hohhot, Taiyuan, Shijiazhuang, Beijing, Tianjin, Jinan, Shenyang, Harbin, Qingdao, Nanjing, Yancheng, Dalian, Ningbo, Wenzhou, Taichung, Kaoshiung, Guangzhou, Macau, Kunming, Changsha, Huangshan, Hangzhou and many others.
Taoyuan International Airport is EVA Air's hub airport. The airline covers over 40 destinations around Asia, Australia, Europe and North America. EVA Air is currently the second largest airline in Taiwan. EVA Air is part of the Star Alliance group which allows passengers to enjoy a very vast network of over 1,400 destinations in over 190 countries all over the world. EVA Air has codeshare agreements with many airlines, including Air China, All Nippon Airways, Asiana Airlines, Bangkok Airways, Hong Kong Airlines, Shandong Airlines, Shenzhen Airlines and Singapore Airlines.
EVA Air operates a frequent flyer program called Infinity MileageLands Program to reward regular travellers with EVA Air. Infinity MileageLands members can accumulate flight mileage points not only for distances flown with EVA Air/ UNI Air but also flying on Star Alliance with 28 airline carriers. The baggage allowance for EVA Air depends on the airport and the destination. For economy class, passengers are entitled to 20 kgs, and elite class 25kgs and for Business/Premium Laurel passengers are entitled to 30kgs. All passengers are entitled to 2 pieces of baggage.
EVA Air offers the Royal Laurel class, in which seats are configured in a reverse herringbone layout that maximises space. Each seat converts into an approximately 2-meter long, fully lie-flat bed for a restful night sleep. Royal Laurel Class is outfitted with the latest inflight entertainment system, including HD touch screens, noise-cancelling headphones and USB and iPod ports. In April 2017, EVA Air announced it was to expand Taipei Taoyuan - Tokyo Narita capacity with BR196/195 service receiving A330-300 operation. The A330 will replace A321 from 05JUL17 to 31JUL17. The Star Alliance member operates this route twice daily.
In April 2017, EVA Air announced it has cancelled Surabaya service from September 2017. EVA Air in yesterday’s schedule update (25APR17) removed Taipei Taoyuan – Surabaya schedule, for flights on/after 02SEP17. The airline currently operates this route twice a week with Airbus A321 aircraft. Last flight for this route is scheduled on 30AUG17. In April 2017, EVA Air announced it was ending its twice-weekly direct flights between Taipei and Guam starting in June. EVA Air’s pullout of its Guam service, which began in 2011, leaves Guam with China Airlines flying directly to and from Taipei. Early last month, EVA Air had advised the Guam airport of its decision to downsize its aircraft for the Guam route, from an A330 aircraft with 252 seats, to an A321 aircraft, with 184 seats. Guam will still have direct air link with Taiwan, with China Airlines flying twice weekly. China Airlines alternates a B-737 aircraft, with 150 seats, and A330, with 277 seats.
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In April 2017, EVA Air launched a new Sanrio-themed aircraft, launched recently by Taiwanese airline EVA Air and Japanese company Sanrio, will have routes from Taipei's Songshan International Airport to Tokyo's Haneda International Airport and Shanghai's Hongqiao International Airport. Launched Monday, the new aircraft, dubbed Joyful Dream Jet, is an Airbus A330-300 aircraft configured for 30 business class and 279 economy class passengers. Passengers boarding the plane will get to marvel at Sanrio-inspired interior, such as Hello Kitty, little twin stars Kiki and Lala, and Pompompurin, as well as enjoy Sanrio-themed in-flight meal and amenities.
11th April 2017
EVA Air has been named one of the Top 10 Major Airline in Asia Pacific and the Best Airline in Taiwan by TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel site. Taiwan’s Eva Air ranked 7th on the Asia-Pacific top 10 list.
TripAdvisor announced the winners of its first annual Travelers’ Choice Awards on Monday, highlighting the world’s top carriers based on the quantity and quality of reviews and ratings for airlines worldwide gathered over a 12-month period. In the category of Best Airline in the World, Dubai-based Emirates ranked top with an overwhelming “Excellent” rating, followed by Singapore Airlines, Brazilian low-cost carrier Azul, New York-based low-cost carrier JetBlue, and Air New Zealand.
8th March 2017
Eva Air announced in Toronto that the airline will increase its frequency of its flights on the Tapei-Toronto and Taipei-Vancouver routes to daily non-stop services.
This is to meet the increasing demand and will commence from 16th June 2017 and to Vancouver form 15th June 2017.
4th March 2017
EVA Air is introducing more characters and creating a new edition of its popular Sanrio-family aircraft.
Best known for Hello Kitty jets, EVA launched a “Travel Fun” Jet today
6th March 2017
Eva Air announced that the airline won Two Gold Medals for Inflight Wines in Tasting Competition Takes top honors for Best Business Class Cellar and Sparkling Wine
Wine experts judging Business Traveller Magazine’s prestigious annual Cellars in the Sky 2016 competition awarded EVA Air two Gold Medals, one for Best Business Class Cellar and the other for Best Business Class Sparkling. The top honors are tributes to EVA’s core commitment to quality service and to the experience its Royal Laurel Class business passengers enjoy onboard flights. This is the second year in a row for EVA to take the highest honors in the Business Class Cellar category.
28th November 2016
Eva Air announces Code-Share agreement from Taipei to Bangkok or Singapore, connect to Mumbai, India.
This will be initiated on the 1st December 2016.
In August 2016, EVA Air announced that Uni Air took delivery of its first ATR 72-600 to feature the livery of its parent EVA Air. EVA Air is merging with Uni Air with the process expected to be completed during the course of 2017. Uni Air operates a fleet of fourteen ATR72-600s and one A321-200 on short-haul regional operations serving thirty destinations across Taiwan, mainland China, South Korea, and Vietnam. In August 2016, Star Alliance members EVA Air and Avianca began code-sharing on 17 August, 2016, making travel between Asia and Central America more convenient and extending services for both airlines’ passengers. Under the code-share, Avianca passengers can take EVA-operated flights to Taipei from Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco. Inbound from Asia, EVA passengers can connect through Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco to fly Avianca to San Salvador.
In March 2017, EVA Air announced it was adding two additional flights per week to its Toronto-Taipei route and introducing new daily service out of Vancouver starting June 2016. At a Toronto breakfast seminar this week the airline said its new Toronto flights will operate Thursdays and Saturdays while the new Vancouver flights will be on Wednesdays and Fridays. Between Toronto and Vancouver, EVA Air will service a total of 14 flights for Canadian travellers. Once in Taipei, travellers can connect with 132 flights throughout Southeast Asia and 155 to Northeast Asia. EVA and affiliate UNI Air operate an additional 111 weekly flights to 25 destinations to Mainland China, Guam, Korea and throughout Japan.
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Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport
Taiwan’s largest airport started its operations in 1979 under the name of Chiang Kai-shek International Airport but had its name changed in 2006 to Taoyuan International Airport. The airport is currently one of the busiest airports in the world with 35 million passengers using the airport every year. Taoyuan International Airport also acts as a hub for China Airlines, EVA Air, Tigerair Taiwan, TransAsia Airways and V Air. The airport has two runaways.
Star Alliance is the leading global airline network, which has 27 member airlines. Star Alliance was founded in 1997 with the five founding airlines: Scandinavian Airlines, Thai Airways International, Air Canada, Lufthansa and United Airlines. The alliance has grown considerably now to airlines which fly to 1,321 airports and 193 countries, carrying 637 million passengers every year!
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Taiwan based Eva Air has the very best deals to Bangkok, Taipei, Kaohsiung and many more SE Asian destinations.
Primarily a long haul airline, Eva Air, has invested in long haul aircraft, both Airbus and Boeing, and on-board entertainment technology aimed at keeping passengers happy for hour after hour. If you’re one of those unlucky people who don’t fall asleep on take off and wake up only to be fed this is the airline for you.
From the three European cities of London (Heathrow), Amsterdam and Vienna, Eva Air has direct flights to Bangkok, Thailand and it’s hub at Taipei. The only domestic airport served is Kaohsiung with Beijing, Guangzhou, Macau, Hong Kong and Shanghai in Mainland China. Japan is a major destination with services to Fukuoka, Osaka, Sapporo, Tokyo, Sendai, and Nagoya. Brisbane and Auckland are served in Australia and New Zealand respectively plus Phnom Penh (Cambodia), Denpasar, Surabaya and Jakarta (Indonesia), Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Manila (Philippines), Singapore, Bangkok (Thailand) and Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam).
Eva Air is the airline arm of the vast Evergreen Group which is a world leader in container shipping and explains why it has a green logo and a predominatly green livery. We say "wow", this is a professional operation with serious backing and a fundamental attention to detail which distinguishes it from its competitors. We were invited to its launch in London many decades ago and have just about forgiven it for also inviting Margaret Thatcher.
We like its onboard entertainment which is good in all cabins and we love the fact that it has the courage to stand alone and isn’t (yet) in an alliance. Really Cheap flights to Bangkok, Taipei, Kaohsiung and more with Eva Air Check the full range of destinations, airports and availability by completing the look and book section on this page.
Eva Air operate a varied fleet of aricraft, from the workhorse B747 and up to the new modern B777. They also operate services on MD90 and MD11 and even include Airbus in their fleet the A320 and A330. Eva Air offer a Premium Laurel Class on it’s A330 and B777 aircraft, a great way to enjoy the Fabulous service offered by the Eva Air cabin crew The Eva Air A330-200 and B777-300ER aircraft incorporates a new seat design which provides more space. When the seats recline, the bottom cushion moves forward to give the person in the seat behind more legroom
Hong Kong-based low-cost carrier HK Express announced it is suspending service starting next month our of Guam, joining Taiwan's EVA Air.
HK Express only began flying between Hong Kong and Guam in December, and the news of the pull-out is a disappointment to Guam Visitors Bureau President Nate Denight. He said, "I just met with them and executives in April and the performance of the flight and the demand is good. I think they were having some challenges with their yield. On, average Hong Kong is an 8,000 or 9,000 arrival market, we were projecting to get closer to 20,000. So definitely with their flights pulling out that will hurt that number.
EVA and Bangkok Airways have announced a new code-share agreement doe passengers travelling beyond Bangkok to the Thai resorts of Chiang Mai, Koh Samui and Phuket.
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