eva airlines

EVA Air, a subsidiary of Taiwan-based Evergreen Group, operates a large network of flights across Asia and the Pacific. Currently, the airline flies to 52 destinations in 22 countries.

It has a fleet of 89 aircraft, including A321-200s, A330-200s and Boeing 777-300ERs and 787s. Some of these long-haul aircraft feature a new business class seat.

Flights from Los Angeles to Taipei

EVA Air has flights from Los Angeles to Taipei, making it a convenient option for those looking to fly to Asia. With a Star Alliance membership, EVA has frequent-flyer programs with over 100 partner airlines.

Travelers can accrue points, enjoy lounge access and skip-the-line privileges. They also enjoy discounts on tickets.

Business Class passengers can use the Star Alliance lounge in Los Angeles, which is a great place to relax and enjoy a meal. A la carte and buffet dining options are available.

For Economy Class, eva flights feature a full meal tray, including fresh fruit, salad and hot entree. A selection of drinks are available with the meals, too.

The airline’s fleet consists of wide-body aircraft, with most U.S. routes served by Boeing 777-300ERs. The 787 Dreamliners make a few appearances, too. The Dreamliners offer a more comfortable flight experience and an improved entertainment system. They also have quieter cabins and cleaner air.

Sanrio Hello Kitty “Hand in Hand” Flights

EVA Air is the first airline to offer long-range Sanrio Hello Kitty “Hand in Hand” flights. The airline offers five Airbus 330 Hello Kitty jets painted with different livery themes that fly within Asia.

Each of the five aircraft features cabin amenities and service items that are all purr-fectly themed with Hello Kitty. These include Hello Kitty boarding passes, luggage stickers, headrest covers, pillows, paper cups and playing cards.

According to EVA, the Hello Kitty flights have been big business for the airline, with sales 3% higher than other routes. While it does add some overhead to the operation, the company reports that the merchandising boost from the Hello Kitty experience has helped offset those costs.

The Hello Kitty aircraft is currently flying to Los Angeles three times weekly. However, it will stop flying to LAX on October 27 and begin flying to San Francisco instead on October 29.

Economy Class

EVA Air offers a variety of economy class flights on its intercontinental routes. The menu selections depend on seat class, destination and flight length. Western and Eastern menus are typically offered,[125] including seasonal meal offerings varied by destination.

The economy seats on the 777-300ERs feature memory foam cushion material and ergonomic design, as well as a fully adjustable headrest to help eliminate fatigue. They also have 110 Volt power outlets and individually adjustable LED reading lamps.

Premium Economy

There are 38 x 19.5 inch seating areas in EVA Air’s Premium Economy cabin, allowing for plenty of legroom. They also have a personal in-flight entertainment system.

Business Class

EVA Air’s Royal Laurel and Premium Laurel class (aka Business Class) offer the latest movies on 18-inch screens, plus comfortable seats with a 61-62 inch seat pitch. They also have five-star meals and a range of amenities.

As a member of the Star Alliance, passengers can earn and redeem frequent flyer points for future travel with 28 airlines. They also offer a membership programme called Infinity MileageLands, which gives passengers access to discounts and upgrades on flights.

Business Class

EVA Air offers a variety of business class seats. They’re arranged in a 1 x 2 x 1 reverse herringbone layout on their larger Boeing 777-300ERs, and they offer a comfortable reclining experience.

These cabins are equipped with a personal audio, video on demand (AVOD) entertainment system, USB port, universal electrical outlet and two personal reading lamps. They’re also incredibly spacious, providing plenty of room for passengers to relax during long flights.

One of the most interesting aspects about EVA Air’s business class seat is that they can be converted into a full-flat bed. This feature is not found on many airlines and makes it an excellent choice for a comfortable, restful flight.

In addition, EVA Air’s Star Gallery in-flight entertainment system is well-stocked with movies and TV shows, and they frequently update their selection to keep guests entertained. They also provide a wide range of meals and snacks to choose from.