Taiwan’s leading airline carrier, EVA Air, has appointed Hume Whitehead as its public relations agency for the UK and Ireland markets, effective from October 1st 2012, following a competitive pitch. Renowned for its innovation, attention to detail, excellent levels of service and high safety policies, the carrier has tasked Hume Whitehead with increasing the awareness of its superb product and increasing traffic from the UK and Ireland markets.
Apple, the world’s leading technology innovator, launched a brand-new video, showcasing creative business adaptations of its popular iPad. In the video, Apple highlights EVA Air for its use of the iPad as a flight-crew tool for advancing flight safety and service quality. EVA is the only Asian carrier to be featured in Apple’s business profiles program.
EVA Air and United Airlines have confirmed they will introduce co-shared services from tomorrow. Initially, the new cooperation enables EVA passengers to more easily connect from Asia to Midwestern and Southern regions of the United States and those flying United from Cleveland and Houston to more readily access Pacific Rim destinations.
EVA Air has launched its new Hello Kitty Speed Puff Jet on a flight from Taipei to Tokyo. Hello Kitty characters joined EVA officials at the Taoyuan International Airport departure gate to see passengers off on a fun flight.
EVA Air has confirmed it will add seven more brand-new Boeing 777-300ER aircraft to its fleet. EVA president K.W. Chang, Boeing Commercial Airplanes senior vice president of sales Ray Conner and GE vice chairman John Rice signed the deal in Taipei earlier.
Boeing and Taipei-based EVA Air today finalised an order for three 777-300ERs extended range airplanes. The order also includes purchase rights for an additional four airplanes.
The chief executive board of Star Alliance has unanimously accepted the membership application of EVA Air of Taiwan. Mark Schwab, chief executive of Star Alliance, said: “EVA Air is a very good fit for Star Alliance as the airline will add many new routes to our global network, with a specific focus on the growing Far East aviation market.”
Encouraging renewal and supporting rebuilding, EVA Air and All Nippon Airways have expanded code-shared services to include domestic flights throughout Japan, giving travelers more convenient access to and from key international arrival and departure points.
Last updated 16:50 Mar 15, 2011 (Taipei local time) / 08:50 Mar 15, 2011 (GMT)
Bangkok Airways (PG) and EVA Air (BR) jointly signed a code-share agreement today for services from Amsterdam, Vienna, London (Heathrow) and Taipei to Thailand’s key destinations, Koh Samui, Phuket and Chiang Mai, effective in March, 2010.