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 Equipment
The Civil Aviation Act of the Taiwan 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.
During takeoff and landing or when the aircraft is climbing or descending at altitudes below 10,000 feet, the use of all electronic devices is prohibited, including:
- Personal audio and video devices (CD/MD/VCD/DVD/MP3 players and television receivers).
- Video cameras and digital still cameras.
- Handheld electronic games and other personal entertainment devices.
- All computers and peripherals (laptops, PDAs, electronic dictionaries and calculators).
- Radio receivers and transmitters.
- Electronic shavers.
- GPS receivers.
- Cellular phones operating in any mode.
The following devices must remain off at any time during the flight:
- Electronic cigarettes
- Citizen’s band radios and walkie talkies.
- Cellular phones except for the use of PDA, MP3 or the games function under “Flight /Airplane Mode” that switch off the transmitting function.
- Remote controllers and wireless electronic devices including radio-controlled toys.
- Transmitting devices and any other device designed to generate a radio signal.
If you can not be sure whether your cellular phone can be switched to the “Flight /Airplane Mode” or that you have switched off the transmitting function, please turn off your cellular phone power or follow the instructions of the cabin attendants. Thank you.
Hearing aids and pacemakers may be operated without restriction.
For international flights, passengers may carry Medical-Portable Electronic Devices (M-PED). However, these M-PED should not exceed carry-on baggage dimensions and weight limits. Please contact our reservation staff for details. The approved M-PED include:
- Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC):
Invacare Corporation’s XPO2, Delphi Medical System’s RS-00400,AirSep Corporation’s Lifestyle, AirSep Corporation’s Freestyle, Inogen Inc.’s Inogen One, SeQual Technologies’ Eclipse, Respironics Inc,s’ EverGo, DeVilbiss Healthcare’s iGo, International Biophysics Corporation’s LifeChoice, Inogen’s Inogen One G2,Oxlife’s Independence, Invacare Solo2.
Newport HT-50, Pulmonetic Systems LTV-800/-900/-950/-1000/-1150/-1200.
- Suction Unit:
Sunrise Medical De VilBiss 7305.
On domestic flights, the operation of all electronic devices is strictly prohibited at all times.
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 on board an aircraft shall be subject to a fine from NT$10,000 to NT$50,000 for any of the following:
- Failure to comply with any instruction given by the pilot-in-command for purposes of maintaining order and safety on board the aircraft.
- Taking alcoholic beverage or medicine and disrupting the good order on board the aircraft.
- Smoking in a lavatory on board the aircraft.（Pilot-In-Command may report this to police for the enforcement of the Tobacco Hazards Prevention Act.）
- Tampering with any smoke detector without authorization or operating any other safety devices without due cause.