The new airline tags are being produced by German company Aviationtag, using the outer skin of a Boeing 747-400 wide body airliner that was retired from the fleet in 2017.
Eva Air has celebrated the delivery of its first Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner. The plane is the first of 20 super-efficient 787-10s the carrier plans to use on high-density routes within Asia from this summer.
Complementing the eight gateways the airline currently serves, Taiwan’s independent airline will initiate flights from Taipei’s Taoyuan International Airport to Japan’s airports in Nagoya, Aomori and Matsuyama.
Passengers of the two Star Alliance members will have access to codeshare options operated by Eva Air from Taipei to major destinations in Japan and South Korea.
Boeing, Air Lease Corporation and Eva Air have celebrated the delivery of the airline’s first 787-9 Dreamliner. Eva Air plans to debut the long-range and super-efficient airplane in November on international routes.
Configured to cater for 304 passengers, 26 in Royal Laurel Class and 278 in economy, the new aircraft will unveil the latest generation of the carrier’s business class seats, which have been created in collaboration with Designworks, a BMW company.
EVA Air has celebrated its official partnership with West Ham United Football Club as the Premier League club took to London Stadium’s pitch for its first game of the season.
Eva Air has announced a partnership agreement with Premier League football club West Ham United, which will take effect from June. The agreement will see the independent Taiwanese airline become West Ham United’s official airline partner, as the club prepares to embark upon their third season in the London Stadium in Stratford.