For your personal safety, please return to your seat and fasten your seatbelt whenever the “fasten seatbelt” sign is illuminated. During takeoff and landing, return your table and seat back to their original upright positions. During landing, please do not stand up or leave your seat until the plane has come to a complete stop and the fasten seatbelt sign has been switched off. Because turbulence is often unpredictable, we strongly recommend that you keep your seatbelt fastened at all times while seated. Carry-on luggage should be stowed in the overhead bin or under the seat in front of you. To remind you, interfering with the flight crew during the course of their duties is an offense.
Regulations Governing The Use Of Electronic Devices (Effective from Sept. 1, 2015)
Please be reminded that the usage of electronic devices may have different restriction by aircraft or destination. Passengers are recommended to pay attention to cabin crew’s announcement and safety demonstration.
The Civil Aviation Act of the ROC stipulates that no passenger shall use any device that may interfere with aircraft navigation and communication systems. Any person who violates the Act shall be subject to imprisonment of up to five years or a fine of up to NT$150,000. For offenses leading to a serious or deadly outcome, the law allows for a punishment of life imprisonment. All passengers must observe the following rules, which apply from the time the cabin doors are closed until the time the doors are reopened. An announcement will be made informing passengers to this effect.
- Small PEDs (Portable Electronic Devices) such as smart phones, tablets, e-readers or devices with 1.0 kg below may remain on during all phases of flight. Transmitting devices must be switched to non-cellular or “Airplane/Flight mode" with Wi-Fi turned off from door closure until the plane has landed and cleared the runway. This policy applies to flights operating within Taiwan, R.O.C. and select international locations. The cabin crew will advise passengers if it is necessary to turn off small PEDs according local regulation.
- Small devices may be held in hand or placed in seat pocket (not left unsecured around the seat). Laptops or devices weighing more than 1 kg must be stowed in approved stowage location in the overhead compartment or under the seat in front of passenger during taxi, take-off and landing.
- When the aircraft is flying at altitudes above 10,000 feet:
- On international flights, laptops or devices weighing more than 1 kg may be used. Transmitting devices must be adjusted to non-cellular or “Airplane/Flight mode” with Wi-Fi turned off.
- On domestic flights, laptops or devices weighing more than 1 kg must be stowed in an approved stowage location (in the overhead compartment or under the seat in front of passenger) during flight.
- Wi-Fi and SMS roaming services are provided on certain aircraft equipped with GCS (Global Communication Suite). For details about when and how to use the service shall refer to entertainment system information on these flights or listen to the inflight announcements.
- The following devices must remain off at all times during flight: electronic cigarettes, citizen’s band radios and walkie-talkies, remote controllers and wireless electronic devices such as radio-controlled toys; and any other electronic device that may interfere with aircraft equipment including flight navigation and telecommunication systems.
- Bluetooth devices can be used during all phases of flight.
- Hearing aids and pacemakers may be operated without restriction.
- Passengers may carry Medical-Portable Electronic Devices (M-PED), such as Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC), Ventilators, Suction Units, and Ambulatory Infusion Pumps. However, these M-PEDs should not exceed carry-on baggage dimension and weight limits. Electricity is not provided onboard, so please ensure your equipment can function on battery power alone.
- Other regulations:
- Using personal device for voice communication is prohibited from door closure until the aircraft has landed and cleared the runway. All devices must be used with muted or used with a headset at all times.
- The flight crew may request that all devices be fully turned off in certain circumstances, such as for poor visibility landings or to reduce interference with aircraft equipment.
In accordance with ROC law, EVA Air has banned smoking on all flights.
Alcoholic Beverage Service
Passengers are not allowed to consume their own alcoholic drinks, including those purchased on board. All passengers may enjoy our complimentary drinks service. EVA Air reserves the right to deny serving alcohol to intoxicated passengers.
Regulations on Abusive and Unruly Behavior
Civil Aviation Act：Article 119-2
Any person smoking in lavatory on board an aircraft shall be subject to a fine from NT$30,000 to NT$150,000.
Any person on board an aircraft shall be subject to a fine from NT$10,000 to NT$50,000 for any of the following:
1 Failure to comply with any instruction given by the pilot-in-command for purposes of maintaining order and safety on board the aircraft.
2 Taking alcoholic beverage or medicine, disrupting the order on board the aircraft.
3 Smoking outside lavatory on board aircraft.
4 Tampering with any smoke detector without authorization or operating any other safety devices without due cause.
Note:2 and 3 mentioned above will be fined by Aviation Police Office.