EVA to Launch Taipei-Phuket Service on 2 April, 2020 Three Flights a Week, New Choice to Visit Thailand

EVA to Launch Taipei-Phuket Service on 2 April, 2020 Three Flights a Week, New Choice to Visit Thailand

EVA Air will launch a new service between Taipei and Phuket, starting on 2 April, 2020. The airline will serve the route with an Airbus A330-200, configured for 252 passengers with 24 in Royal Laurel Class business and 228 in Economy.

EVA will be the only airline to offer nonstop service from Taiwan to Phuket.  The new service can significantly reduce flight time by at least six hours, providing passengers with a more convenient travel option.

EVA’s Taipei-Phuket flight schedule is listed as below: 

***Flight schedule is subject to governments’ approvals

“Phuket is a world famous travel destination. With the launch of this new service, EVA will expand its Southeast Asian network to 13 destinations, offering 145 flights every week,” said EVA President Mr. Clay Sun. 

Phuket is the largest island located off southern coast of Thailand. It is blessed with some of the world's most beautiful beaches. Away from the hustle and bustle of modern cities, tourists can enjoy relaxing tropical atmosphere of fine white sands, nodding palm trees, glittering seas and breath-taking scenery. With a wide variety of water activities and great choices of dining options to choose from, Phuket has something unique for any taste and budget.    

Travelers can learn more about all of EVA’s routes and services and book travel at www.evaair.com.


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