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Hand-carry Baggage Number and Regulations
Royal Laurel/Premium Laurel/Business Class passenger is allowed to carry two-pieces of hand-carry baggage and each piece cannot exceed 7 kg (15 lb). Premium Economy/Economy Class passenger is permitted to carry one-piece weighing 7 kg (15lb) carry-on baggage.
The dimension of each hand-carry baggage may not be larger than 23x36x56cm /9x14x22 in or total of 115 cm/45 in (personal item is not applied to this regulation).
- For your convenience, a measurement Test Unit is available at either the check-in counter or boarding lounge to help you to determine whether your baggage meets these requirements.
- If the hand-carry baggage is overweight or oversize, it will be checked and carried in the cargo hold or refused carriage.
Any unchecked items occupying extra seats are charged and considered as Cabin Baggage (CBBG), such as an urn, Buddhist Statue carved statue, musical instruments, or other fragile/valuable items. If you would like to purchase an extra seat for CBBG, please contact EVA Air Reservation office to provide the type/dimension/weight (after fully packing and the box cannot be fragile) before your flight departs.
To properly secure your cabin baggage, the following regulations are applied
Must have strong packing (e.g. suitcase) on each side or be packed into a secure and strong box (with handle(s) is recommended for seat belts easily fasten) if CBBG is non-square shape such as Buddhist Statue. Please note the accessories (including headwear etc.) of Buddhist Statue must be enclosed in a strong box and cannot be revealed outside the box. This ensures passengers’ safety to avoid any harm from any loose of accessories (including headwear etc.) on the Buddhist Statue during taxi, takeoff, landing or flight turbulence occurs.
Must not exceed 70 kg/154 lb per seat and the dimension (after proper packing) has to complied with all requirements. Please click The cabin baggage acceptable dimensions.
- Must be reserved 48 hours ahead of departure by EVA Air Reservation and applicable charges paid (CBBG online booking is not available).
There's no free carry-on or checked baggage allowance for cabin baggage. Passenger’s free baggage allowance will remain unchanged.
- Must be assigned an extra seat in the first row behind the partition or last row in front of partition by EVA Air Reservation.
- Must be secured in a seat adjacent or nearby to the passenger and comply with all safety regulations.
- Must not change seats for both passenger and baggage during the flight.
- Must not obscure any customer's view of "seatbelt," "no smoking" or "exit" sign.
- Must not contain dangerous goods or other prohibited items.
- Must not endanger the aircraft, persons or property onboard the aircraft.
- Must identify yourself at the boarding gate 40 minutes before the scheduled departure time for CBBG handling procedure
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According to ICAO's new regulations with effective from July 1st, 2017, for aviation safety, when you checked any portable electronic devices with lithium batteries (including medical equipment) in your baggage, please beware the following:
- Turn off the devices (not in sleep or airplane mode)
- Also, must prevent unintentional activation and protect the devices from damage during entire trip
Any passenger who violates the regulations may result in some form of penalty by local government official.
Free-Checked Baggage allowance adjustment for EVA Air/UNI Air International and Cross-strait routes- Weight concept
For travel date starting from 01OCT16, Free-Checked Baggage allowance for EVA Air/UNI Air International and Cross-strait routes is adjusted as the following table. Piece concept for transpacific routes to/from U.S.A. & Canada remains unchanged.
Itineraries including flights operated by EVA Air/UNI Air or the Most Significant Carrier (MSC) determined by EVA Air/UNI Air only and the information applies to itineraries that are shown on the same ticket. For journeys involving separate tickets, the free baggage allowance reflected on each ticket shall apply.
The baggage allowance depends on the airport and the destination. Two allowance systems are in use:
|Class||Weight System (Except countries apply Piece System)|
|Business/Premium Laurel/Royal Laurel||40 kg (88 lb)|
|Premium Economy||35 kg (77 lb)|
|Economy||30 kg (66 lb)|
|*Infant not entitled to a seat (All classes)||10 kg (22 lb)|
|Class||Piece System (To/From the US and Canada and certain countries in South and Central America.|
|Business/Premium Laurel/Royal Laurel||2 pieces, each baggage shall not exceed 32 kg(70 lb)|
|The sum of the three dimensions of each piece may not exceed 158 cm(62 in)|
|Premium Economy||2 pieces, each baggage shall not exceed 28 kg(62 lb)|
|Economy||2 pieces, each baggage shall not exceed 23 kg(50 lb)|
|*Infant not entitled to a seat (All classes)||1 piece with same weight of baggage allowance in an adult traveling class.|
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Check-InInformation Check-in of Eva Air
Hello Kitty Check-in Kiosk
EVA Air has installed dedicated Hello Kitty kiosks at Taoyaun International Airport Terminal 2, alongside check-in counter 15. These specially designed kiosks are part of the Hello Kitty experience and can be used by passengers waiting to board one of EVA Air’s new Hello Kitty jets.
Check in at an airport kiosk
Passenger can also enjoy the convenience of obtaining your boarding passes from an airport check-in kiosk. The airport check-in kiosks are available at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Terminal 2, Taipei Songshan Airport, Taichung Airport, Kaohsiung Airport, London Heathrow Airport, Bangkok Airport, Hongkong Airport, Amsterdam Airport, Los Angeles Airport, Kansai Airport and Tokyo Narita Airport.
Kiosk Check-in & Self Tagging Servie
In order to provide the convenient service, Kiosk Check-in & Self Tagging Service will be available for passengers to print out the baggage tag, you can input the number of baggage you wish to check and print your baggage tag, please keep your baggage receipt and follow the instructions to stick your check-in baggage at drop point and complete the check-in process.
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|Taiwan||Taipei||117, Sec 2, Chang An E. Rd., Taipei 104 Taiwan||"Reservation/Ticketing Hotline +886-2-25011999 Monday~Friday: 08:30-19:00 Saturday/Sunday & Holiday: 08:30-17:30"|
|Kaohsiung||No.177, Siwei 4th Rd., Lingya Dist., Kaohsiung City 802, Taiwan||"Reservation/Ticketing Hotline +886-2-25011999 Hotline Open Hours Monday~Friday: 08:30-19:00 Saturday/Sunday & Holiday: 08:30-17:30"|
|Taichung||19F-1,NO.238, SHIZHENG N.2ND RD. XITUN DIST, TAICHUNG,40756, TAIWAN (NEXT TO TIGER CITY)||"Reservation/Ticketing Hotline +886-2-25011999 Hotline Open Hours Monday~Friday: 08:30-19:00 Saturday/Sunday & Holiday: 08:30-17:30"|
|Taoyuan||1F., No.376, Sec. 1, Hsin-Nan Rd., Luchu Dist., Taoyuan City, Taiwan||"Reservation/Ticketing Hotline +886-2-25011999 Hotline Open Hours Monday~Friday: 08:30-19:00 Saturday/Sunday & Holiday: 08:30-17:30"|
|Hsinchu||Room 601, 6F, 1, INDUSTRY E. 2ND RD., SCIENCE-BASED INDUSTRIAL PARK, Hsinchu, Taiwan|
|Customer Service, Taiwan||376, Sec. 1, Hsin-Nan Rd., Luchu Dist., Taoyuan City, 33801, Taiwan||0800-098-666 (Taiwan Only)|
|Mainland China||Hong Kong||11F, Luk Kwok Centre 72 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong||+852-28109251 (Reservation) / +852-28109010 (Ticketing) Monday~Friday: 08:30-17:30/Saturday : 08:30-12:30/Holiday : Off|
|Shanghai||5th FL.,No. 2, Lane 1199,Minsheng Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai,China(Postcode: 200135)||"Reservation/Ticketing Hotline 400-820-5890 (accessible0 within Mainland China only) +86-21-38613999 (international hotline) Hotline Open Hours Monday~Sunday & Holidays : 08:30-17:30"|
|Harbin||Room 1002, Building A, No.6 Shanghai Street Daoli District, Harbin, Heilongjiang, China||"Reservation/Ticketing Hotline 400-820-5890 (accessible within Mainland China only) +86-21-38613999 (international hotline) Hotline Open Hours Monday~Sunday & Holidays : 08:30-17:30"|
|Shenyang||Room 2507 20F 167 Qingnian Street, Shenhe District, 110000, N-Media International Center, Shenyang, China||"Reservation/Ticketing Hotline 400-820-5890 (accessible within Mainland China only) +86-21-38613999 (international hotline) Hotline Open Hours Monday~Sunday & Holidays : 08:30-17:30"|
|Dalian||Room 401A, Senmao Building 4F, No.147 Zongshan Road, Dalian, China. Post Code 116011. Liaoning Province||"Reservation/Ticketing Hotline 400-820-5890 (accessible within Mainland China only) +86-21-38613999 (international hotline) Hotline Open Hours Monday~Sunday & Holidays : 08:30-17:30"|
|Beijing||22/F Block C, Central International Trade Center 6A Jianguomenwai Avenue Chaoyang District, Beijing, China ZIP CODE:100022|
|Chengdu||Unit 2204 Yanlord Landmark,No.1, Section 2, Renmin South Road, Chengdu, 610016, PRC|
|Chongqing||400020 Room 8, 21 F, Since Center, NO. 68 Paradise walk, Jiangbei District, Chongqing City, China.|
|Fuzhou||Unit E2,30F,World Trade Plaza No.71, Wusi Road, Fuzhou, Fujian, China|
|Guangzhou||2003, Teemtower, Teemall, 208 Tian He Road, Tianhe District, Guangzhou|
|Hangzhou||Room 2804 Canhigh Center, # 208 North Huancheng Road, Hangzhou|
|Jinan||Room 1115, Building B, Building B, Jinan World Trade International Plaza, No.26 Quancheng Road, Lixia District, Jinan City, Shandong||Province|Reservation/Ticketing Hotline 400-820-5890 (accessible within Mainland China only) +86-21-38613999 (international hotline)|
|Kunming||Room 505, 5F.1, No.155, Beijing Road (Hongta Building), China||Reservation/Ticketing Hotline 400-820-5890 (accessible within Mainland China only) +86-21-38613999 (international hotline)|
|Nanjing||29G, International Finance Center, No.1, Hanzhong Road, Nanjing||"Reservation/Ticketing Hotline 400-820-5890 (accessible within |Mainland China only) +86-21-38613999 (international hotline) Hotline Open Hours Monday~Sunday & Holidays : 08:30-17:30"|
|Ningbo||ROOM 2208,NO 48 CAI-HONG ROAD (N). PORTMAN TOWER,NINGBO,CHINA|
|Qingdao||Room C, Area A, 4th Floor , No. 31 Donghai West Road, Qingdao, China 266071||Reservation/Ticketing Hotline 400-820-5890 (accessible within Mainland China only) +86-21-38613999 (international hotline)|
|Shenzen||15F, NO. 6033, Shennan Road, Golden Century Building, Shenzhen City,Guangdong|
|Tianjin||RM#1701D B3, Building Emperor Place No.85, Nanjing Road, Tianjin, China||"Reservation/Ticketing Hotline 400-820-5890 (accessible within Mainland China only) +86-21-38613999 (international hotline) Hotline Open Hours Monday~Sunday & Holidays : 08:30-17:30\"|
|Xi'an||RM#1610 , 16F NO.64 ,West Section of South 2ND Road Yanta District, Xi’an City Shannxi , China||Reservation/Ticketing Hotline 400-820-5890 (accessible within Mainland China only) +86-21-38613999 (international hotline).|
|Ximan||UNIT 705, FORTUNE CENTER NO.100 LU JIANG ROAD, XIAMEN, FUJIAN CHINA||"Reservation/Ticketing Hotline 400-820-5890 (accessible within Mainland China only) +86-21-38613999 (international hotline). Hotline Open Hours Monday~Sunday & Holidays : 08:30-17:30"|
|Zhengzhou||13/F Room 1311. China Merchants Bank Building No.39 Hua Yuan Road, Zhengzhou, Henan Prov., P.R.||China|Reservation/Ticketing Hotline 400-820-5890 (accessible within Mainland China only) +86-21-38613999 (international hotline)|
|Guilin||Qixing District, Guilin through Shandong Road 41, Changtai Street V + International Center 7-10|
|Huangshan||No.8 Longjing Rd, Tunxi, Huangshan City, Anhui Province, China||Reservation/Ticketing Hotline 400-820-5890 (accessible within Mainland China only) +86-21-38613999 (international hotline).|
|Hailar||-||Reservation/Ticketing Hotline 400-820-5890 (accessible within Mainland China only) +86-21-38613999 (international hotline)|
|Hothot||Office Address 14/F Block B, Wanda Plaza, Xin Hua East St. Hohhot City, Inner Mongolia, China|
|Macau||398 Alameda Dr. Carlos D’ Assumpcao, Edif. CNAC 3 Andar, K-M Macau||"853-28726866 (Reservation) / 853-28726855 (Ticketing) Hotline Open Hours Monday~Friday: 08:30-18:30 (Reservation) / Saturday & Holiday : 08:30-17:30 (Reservation) / Monday~Friday: 09:00-18:00 (Ticketing)"|
|Northeast Asia||Tokyo||2nd fl., EVERGREEN Bldg., 2-15-13, Takanawa, Minato-ku,Tokyo 108-0074, Japan||"Reservation/Ticketing Hotline 0570-666-737 (accessible within Japan only) +81-3-5798-2811 (international hotline) Hotline Open Hours Monday~Friday: 09:00-12:30 13:30-17:30 / Saturday & Holiday: 09:00-12:30 13:30-17:30"|
|Fukuoka||福岡县福岡市博多区博多駅前2-2-1福岡センタービル5階 (福岡辦事處) / 福岡县福岡市博多区大字青木739番地福空港囯際線タｰミナル4階(福岡機場辦事處)||"Reservation/Ticketing Hotline 0570-666-737 (accessible within Japan only) +81-3-5798-2811 (international hotline) Hotline Open Hours Monday~Friday: 09:00-12:30 13:30-17:30 ; Saturday/Sunday & Holiday: 09:00-12:30 13:30-17:30"|
|Kanazawa||Kanazawa Kamitsutsumi - Chou BLDG., 10F, 1-15 Kamitsutsumi - Chou, Kanazawa - Shi, Ishikawa 920-0869, Japan||Office Telephone Number +81-76-224-6550|
|Nagoya||Office Address 5F 1-20-25, NISHIKI, NAKA-KU, NAGOYA, AICHI 460-0003 JAPAN||Reservation/Ticketing Hotline +81-52-685-6011|
|Osaka||PIAS TOWER 13F, 3-19-3 TOYOSAKI, KITA-KU, OSAKA 531-0072||"Reservation/Ticketing Hotline 0570-666-737 (accessible within Japan only) +81-3-5798-2811 (international hotline) Hotline Open Hours Monday~Friday: 09:00-12:30 13:30-17:30 ; Saturday/Sunday & Holiday: 09:00-12:30 13:30-17:30"|
|Sapporo||060-0042北海道札幌市中央区大通西4-6-8住友成泉札幌大通ビル7階 Sumitomo Seisen Sapporo Odori Build.,7F.Odori Nishi 4-6-8,Chuo-ku, Sapporo-shi,Hokkaido, 060-0042,Japan||"Hotline Open Hours Monday~Friday: 09:00-12:30 13:30-17:30 / Saturday & Holiday: 09:00-12:30 13:30-17:30 Ticketing counter Open Hours Monday~Friday: 09:00-12:30 / 13:30-17:30"|
|Sendai||Office Address Sendai Airport RM205, Aza Minamihara, Shimo-Masuda Natori-City, Miyagi 989-2401, JAPAN||Reservation/Ticketing Hotline +81-570-666-737|
|Komatsu||-||"Reservation/Ticketing Hotline 0570-666-737 (accessible within Japan only) +81-3-5798-2811 (international hotline) Hotline Open Hours Monday~Friday: 09:00-12:30 13:30-17:30 ; Saturday/Sunday & Holiday: 09:00-12:30 13:30-17:30"|
|Okinawa||-||Reservation/Ticketing Hotline +81-98-852-1500|
|Seoul||13th Floor, Twin Tree Tower A, 6, Yulgok-ro 2-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea||"Reservation/Ticketing Hotline +82-2-7560015 Hotline Open Hours Monday-Friday: 9:00-18:00/Saturday & Holiday: Closed|
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|March||1989||Eva Air was established in March 1989 by Dr. Chang Yung-Fa, chairman and founder of Evergreen Line|
|April||1991||EVA accepted delivery of its first two Boeing 767-300ERs|
|1 July||1991||Eva Air made its inaugural flight. Within that first week, Eva Air opened five destinations in Asia -- Bangkok, Seoul, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.|
|1992||Launched International route between Taipei and Los Angeles, Manila, and Ho Chi Minh City. Eva Air also introduced its four classes of cabin service, including the debut of its trend-setting Evergreen Deluxe Class in-between Economy and Super Business.|
|1993||Launched International Route between Taipei and London, Paris, Seattle, New York ( Liberty Newark Airport ), San Francisco and Sydney.|
|1994||Added new aircraft, including three MD-11s, one Boeing 747-400 and four Boeing 767-200s. Eva Air also Launched new International Routes between Taipei Hawaii, Bali, Fukuoka and Auckland|
|1994||EVA Air was carrying over 3 million passengers annually, providing regular service to 22 destinations worldwide.|
|1995||Launched International Route between Taipei and New York (John F. Kennedy Airport), Melbourne, Surabaya, Macao, and Panama. Eva Air also started cargo service between Taipei and Amsterdam|
|1996||Launched international route between Taipei and Hongkong. In the same day, Eva air also applied for ISO-9002 certification due to enhance the high quality of its operations|
|1997||Launched international route between Taipei and Amsterdam. Eva Air also started cargo services between Taipei and Brussels. In the same day, EVA and Singapore Airlines formed Evergreen Sky Catering Corporation as a joint venture and in February, began providing in-flight catering services due to Ensure consistent service quality.|
|July||1998||Makung International Airlines, Great China Airlines and Taiwan Airways merged under the name UNI Air. UNI Air became EVA Air's domestic subsidiary, operating short-haul flights out of its base in Kaohsiung.|
|1998||Launched International route between Taipei and Osaka. In the same year, Eva Air also started cargo service between Taipei and Chicago|
|1999||Started Cargo service between Taipei and Vancouver|
|Started Cargo service between Taipei and Atlanta|
|Started Cargo service between Taipei and Mumbai|
|2000||Launched scheduled service between Taipei and Tokyo|
|Launched scheduled service between Taipei and Sapporo|
|2001||Launched International route between Taipei and Toronto|
|Started Cargo service between Taipei and Milan|
|Started Cargo service between Taipei and Hong Kong|
|January||2001||Ordered its first Airbus aircraft, the A330-200 and were intended for regional Asian routes|
|2002||Launched International route between Taipei and Phnom Penh|
|January||2002||EVA launched its online booking system, and also introduced a new slogan “Just relax, your home in the air.”|
|2003||Started Cargo service between Taipei and Vienna|
|1 April||2003||EVA debuted stylish new cabin-crew uniforms|
|2005||EVA Air teamed up with the Japanese company Sanrio Corp. to introduce the unique EVA Hello Kitty Jets, two A330-200 featuring a Hello Kitty livery and the Hello Kitty motif on the interior.|
|2009||EVA launched the regular cross-strait flights (30 flights per week) from August, from Taipei, Taoyuan, and Kaohsiung to Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Tianjin, and Ningbo.|
|2010||EVA Air began service to Toronto and nonstop flights connecting the inner-city Taipei Songshan and Tokyo Haneda airports.|
|2011||Belgium’s Brussels Airport has honored EVA Cargo with its 2010 Network Development Award Cargo Airline.|
|Eva Air began nonstop flights from Taipei to Guam and nonstop service from New York (JFK) to Taipei.|
|June||2013||EVA joined the Star Alliance network|
|2014||EVA ranked AirlineRatings.com's World Safest Airlines Top Ten list.|
|EVA Air's 16th and 17th Boeing 777-300ER were the first in the world equipped with Panasonic's latest generation eX3 in-flight entertainment system and Global Communication Suite (GCS). With this system, EVA Air offers passengers SMS roaming service to send and receive short messages on their own mobile phones. The airline also provides Sky Wi-Fi access.|
|2015||In February, Eva Air has been ranked third among the world’s safest airlines on the annual index reported by Germany’s AERO International Magazine.|
|Ranked “The World’s Top Ten Best Airlines” and “Best Airline Cabin Cleanliness” in SKYTRAX’s 2015 World Airline Awards.|
|EVA signed agreements with the Boeing Company to introduce twenty-four Boeing 787 Dreamliners and two additional Boeing 777-300ERs|
|2016||AirlineRatings.com has ranked EVA among the world’s safest airlines for the third year in a row.|
|Eva Air received the highest honor in airline service quality of SKYTRAX 5-Star Rating, the world eighth best airline and named as the “Best Transpacific Airline”, with the “Best Business Class Comfort Amenities”as well as the world’s third“Most Loved Airlines”.|
|2017||The leading magazine Business Traveller announced that EVA is awarded the Gold Medal of 2016“Best Business Class Cellar”and “Best First Class Sparkling”.|
|Infinity Lounge in Taoyuan Airport is rewarded as 2016“Top 10 First and Business Class Airline Lounges” by SKYTRAX.|
Inflight Entertainment Service of Eva Air:
- Connectivity and Power
- TV Shows
- enVoyage Inflight Magazine
- Duty Free
- Food and Beverages
- Special Meals
- Safety and Health care
Evergreen Group Chairman and Founder Dr. Chang Yung-Fa established EVA Airways in 1989, taking the respected transportation heritage and tradition of quality service of older sister and container-shipping leader Evergreen Line into the skies. He ordered 26 brand-new aircraft and set high standards for quality service and safety.
Building on this commitment to quality service and safety for more than 25 years, EVA is now rated as a 5-Star Airline by international quality ratings organization SKYTRAX. Including EVA, there are only eight 5-Star Airlines worldwide.
Since maiden flight on July 1, 1991, today, Eva Air serve a global network that connects Asia and Mainland China to Europe, North America and Oceania and links more than 60 major business and tourist destinations. Eva Air is fly to every region of Mainland China and extend passenger and cargo services worldwide by code-sharing flights with other leading airlines.
EVA Air is also a Star Alliance member. Through Star Alliance and give passengers access to a vast network of 1330 destinations in more 192 countries and seamless global services. Eva offers geographic advantages within Asia from our centrally located hub at Taoyuan International Airport in Taiwan as an added benefit.
Eva Air launched one of the world’s first premium economy cabins in December 1992. The Premium Economy class product is an airline-industry trendsetter that is consistently popular among both business and leisure travelers.
EVA Air operates a fleet of more than 70 Boeing, McDonnell Douglas and Airbus aircraft that is among the youngest in the industry. They have dozens more new aircraft scheduled for delivery, including as many as 24 Boeing 787 Dreamliners. Eva Air expect to begin taking delivery of our innovative new Dreamliners in 2018.
EVA makes flying fun with Hello Kitty Jets. Flights on our Hello Kitty Jets are so popular that operates seven second-generation editions of the specially painted planes on routes within Asia, to Paris and to Houston. Each aircraft has its own theme and design, including the EVA Hello Kitty Shining Star, Hand-in-Hand, Magic, Apple, Global, Happy Music and Speed Puff Jets.
EVA Hello Kitty Jet passengers enjoy a cheerful environment on an aircraft with a charming, brightly painted livery and more than 100 inflight service items. Eva Air has won a special Global Traveler Magazine Leisure Lifestyle Award for “Outstanding Customized Service” and the UK Daily Mail’s “World's Best Plane Liveries” in 2016.
In addition to its 5-Star Rating, SKYTRAX ranked EVA as the carrier with the Best Airline Staff Service in Asia in its 2012 Awards Survey, the number one airline for “Best Airline Cabin Cleanliness” in 2015, “Best Trans-Pacific Airline (Open in new window)” and “Best Business Class Comforts and Amenities (Open in new window)” for 2016, and among the “World’s Top-10 Best Airlines” in 2015 and 2016. AirlineRatings.com recognized EVA as a carrier of choice among the “World’s Top-10 Airlines” for 2015 and 2016 and rated our Premium Economy and Economy Classes in the world’s top-10 “best for economy plus and economy class travel for 2015.” Travel + Leisure readers ranked EVA among the World’s Best Top 10 International Airlines in 2012 and 2016. EVA Premium Economy Class was Best or Second-Best Premium Economy Class in SKYTRAX’s annual poll three years in a row. A panel of industry professionals also singled out EVA Premium Economy Class premium economy as Travel Weekly’s 2011 Magellan Award Gold winner for international economy class, recognizing it among the best in travel.
|Singapore Changi Intl Airport (SIN)||-||-||Singapore Changi Intl Airport (SIN) Terminal 3||Singapore Changi Intl Airport (SIN) Terminal 3|
|Jakarta Soekarno Hatta Intl Airport (CGK)||-||-||Jakarta Soekarno Hatta Intl Airport (CGK) Terminal 2 D||Jakarta Soekarno Hatta Intl Airport (CGK) Terminal 2 D|
|Hong Kong Intl Airport (HKG)||-||-||Hong Kong Intl Airport (HKG) Terminal 1||Hong Kong Intl Airport (HKG) Terminal 1|
|Shanghai Pudong Intl Airport (PVG)||-||-||Shanghai Pudong Intl Airport (PVG) Terminal 2||Shanghai Pudong Intl Airport (PVG) Terminal 2|
|Taipei Taoyuan Intl Airport (TPE)||-||-||Taipei Taoyuan Intl Airport (TPE) Terminal 2||Taipei Taoyuan Intl Airport (TPE) Terminal 2|
|Manila Ninoy Aquino Intl Airport (MNL)||-||-||Manila Ninoy Aquino Intl Airport (MNL) Terminal 1||Manila Ninoy Aquino Intl Airport (MNL) Terminal 1|
|Tokyo Narita Intl Airport (NRT)||-||-||Tokyo Narita InterIntl ational Airport (NRT) Terminal 1 South Wing (Intl )||Tokyo Narita InterIntl ational Airport (NRT) Terminal 1 South Wing (Intl )|
|Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Intl Airport (BKK)||-||-||Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Intl Airport (BKK) Terminal 1||Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Intl Airport (BKK) Terminal 1|
|Los Angeles Intl Airport (LAX)||-||-||Los Angeles Intl Airport (LAX) Terminal TBIT||Los Angeles Intl Airport (LAX) Terminal TBIT|
|Shanghai Hongqiao Intl Airport (SHA)||-||-||Shanghai Hongqiao Intl Airport (SHA) Terminal 1||Shanghai Hongqiao Intl Airport (SHA) Terminal 1|
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