EVA to Increase Paris Flights from Four Weekly to Daily Service boost adds more nonstop convenience, greater flexibility


EVA Air, a new addition to the elite ranks of the world’s 5-Star airlines, is increasing nonstop flights on its popular Paris route from four times a week to daily service on 10 October, 2016. The airline will continue to serve the route on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday with its EVA Hello Kitty Hand-in-Hand Jet and use modern Boeing 777-300ERs in standard livery for the other four flights. Travelers can learn more about EVA, its Hello Kitty Jets, routes, onward connections and services or book and buy tickets at www.evaair.com.

Long established as an important gateway for EVA passengers, Paris loads are consistently strong. With the planned daily service, EVA will bring its flights into Paris early in the morning, making it easy for passengers to connect onward, use the day to enjoy leisure activities or conduct business. At the same time, EVA is increasing frequencies on routes within Southeast Asia, offering business travelers from throughout France and Europe more convenient and flexible access to markets, financial centers and manufacturing hubs. In addition to Paris, EVA’s gateways in Europe are Amsterdam, London, Vienna and Istanbul.


Based on EVA’s current summer schedule, flight BR087 will depart Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) every day at 23:30 (11:30 pm) and arrive at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle International airport at 07:35 (7:35 am) the next day. Return flight BR088 will leave Paris at 11:20 (11:20 am) and land back in Taipei at 06:30 (6:30 am) the following day. EVA has configured all of the aircraft it will fly on this route with three comfortable cabins, Economy Class, Elite premium economy and Royal Laurel business.

EVA is frequently honored, awarded and recognized by passengers, media, industry experts and organizations worldwide. In addition to recognizing EVA as one of only eight 5-Star Airlines globally, SKYTRAX ranked it as one of the “World’s Top-10 Best Airlines” and number one for “Best Airline Cabin Cleanliness” in 2015, based on its annual quality satisfaction survey of travelers worldwide.