EVA Air flights, tickets & deals
EVA Air serves a network of business and leisure destinations in Asia, Oceania, Europe and North America, including Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Seattle, Vancouver and Toronto.
Its routing within Asia is among the industry's best, and with just one easy stop in Taipei, travelers can connect onward to most major cities. In fact, EVA makes more flights from the US, connecting to more destinations in Asia than any other airline, all at competitive fares.
Economy Class on EVA's 777-300ERs exceeds common preconceptions. All seats are equipped with 8.4-inch touch-screen AVOD systems that give passengers the highest resolution available and larger views than most of those provided by other carriers. Entertainment options feature Star Gallery in-flight choices. And new, 18.3-inch-wide seats with 33-inch pitch and adjustable headrests are arranged in a 3-3-3 configuration. Passengers will also find satellite telephones conveniently located in EVA's enhanced Economy Class cabin.
The innovative Elite Class is furnished with seating of 2-4-2 configurations that are 18.5 inches wide and have a 38-inch pitch. The ergonomic seats are further enhanced with EVA's adjustable seat and AVOD entertainment systems with 8.4-inch touch-screens.
Configured with only 20% of the aircraft's seats, Elite Class has added allure and gives passengers increased privacy. Passenger response to Elite Class continues to be overwhelmingly favorable.
Royal Laurel Class
EVA's newest tier of cabin-service gives passengers a flying environment that combines the latest technology with high standards of luxury in an extra-large cabin with streamlined ceilings and lighting. Its full flat-bed seats are approximately 65 centimeters (26 inches) wide, recline 180 degrees and stretch out almost 2 meters (79 inches) in a reverse herringbone layout. Each traveler environment is outfitting with the latest audio and video entertainment technologies, starting with 15.4-inch touch screens and high-fidelity noise-canceling headphones, 110V/60Hz power outlets, USB and iPod ports and generously sized pull-out tables, all designed to equip business travelers with personal in-flight offices when they need them.
EVA’s inaugural Royal Laurel Class service will operate nonstop between Taipei and New York on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays. EVA also offers a fourth flight on the route on Wednesdays. Starting on Monday, June 18, 2012, EVA is adding a fifth weekly New York flight. By the end of August this year, EVA will be offering Royal Laurel Class on all of its New York flights and on selected Los Angeles flights. It will be rolling out on San Francisco, Toronto, Paris, Amsterdam and London flights in 2013.
EVA Air flights
|Los Angeles||Taipei||Thu, Nov 6 - Thu, Nov 13||$966|
|Los Angeles||Manila||Wed, Nov 5 - Wed, Jan 21||$773|
|San Francisco||Taipei||Sun, Nov 30 - Mon, Jan 12||$961|
|Los Angeles||Bangkok||Tue, Nov 25 - Wed, Jan 7||$823|
|San Francisco||Bangkok||Fri, Nov 14 - Wed, Nov 26||$928|
|San Francisco||Manila||Tue, Oct 28 - Wed, Jan 28||$773|
|Seattle||Bangkok||Wed, Feb 4 - Wed, Mar 4||$861|
|Seattle||Manila||Mon, Mar 23 - Mon, May 11||$768|
|Los Angeles||Denpasar (Bali)||Mon, Oct 27 - Tue, Oct 28||$811|
|Seattle||Taipei||Wed, Oct 29 - Wed, Nov 19||$1,206|
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