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EVA Air Launches Upgraded Website!

London, 19th October 2012— EVA Air has today launched a fresh, new look website with upgraded functions, making it more user-friendly for its customers. From today, visitors to will be able to find the functions and information they need with just one click of a button!

The new website has simplified functionality, with easy to read information and a fresh, appealing look and feel; from now on visitors will have straightforward access to EVA’s on-sale travel products. The new, clean interface was created to reduce the number of banners, to simplify the online booking service and increase functionality and to display product information according to various themes. The result is that EVA Air’s passengers can now choose their favorable price and class and match them with flexible dates (within 3 days before and after their chosen departure).

In tune with recent market trends and its reputation for innovation, EVA Air has developed the website to greatly facilitate the purchasing of tickets online, the selection of meals and the pre-order of duty free goods. In addition, in order to make its online service instant and convenient for its customers, EVA Air’s global website is available in five languages: traditional Chinese, simplified Chinese, English, Japanese and German. The upgrade and new design of EVA’s global site represents the biggest website development in the airline’s history.

In addition to the convenient online ticketing service, EVA has also added new tools such as the digital inflight magazine and world clock on the new interface. En Voyage, the newly renamed EVA inflight magazine, is now available for online browsing, meaning that passengers can now read the latest global travel news without having to take an actual flight.

The website speaks the same language as consumers do and guides them instantly through ticketing procedures.  On the brand new and fresh-looking homepage, EVA Air also provides a facility for ordering meals online and will gradually introduce new options for business travelers. In-flight dining in Royal Laurel class or Premium Laurel class is akin to making a reservation at a five-star restaurant, with alternative healthier options also available. Frequent business flyers can now choose their own favorite meals before traveling with ease and convenience.