Das Star Alliance Netzwerk
An alliance that brings together networks, lounge access, check-in services, ticketing and dozens of other services to improve the travel experience for customers, wherever they are in the world. Through its membership in Star Alliance, EVA Air will be able to offer its customers access to a global network, along with seamless travel and status recognition within the various member carrier frequent flyer programmes.
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Wherever you fly and whichever Star Alliance member airline you fly with, it’s easy to earn and redeem miles. You only need one frequent flyer card to collect miles from every member airline you use. It couldn’t be easier to build your status and start enjoying all the benefits of the Star Alliance network. More information about the Frequent Flyer Programms of Star Alliance (Opens in new window).
Connect and Transfer
The Star Alliance network is dedicated to making your connecting travel fast, smooth and efficient. With Star Alliance Connections, it is possible to ensure that your transfers are flexible and reliable enough to remain in place, even if you’re unfortunate enough to be delayed. In addition, Taiwan’s geographic location adds to the quality of the Star Alliance hubs in Asia, it has the shortest average distance to all major cities in the Asia-Pacific region.
Relax and refresh yourself as you wait for your flight at our exclusive lounges, Star Alliance lounges and the member airline lounges. All the Star Alliance lounge locations at airports worldwide, what facilities we offer and the access policies (Opens in new window).
The Star Alliance Round the World, regional and Circle fares offer exceptional flexibility and value for money. Select a fare to find out how you can explore the world in a way that suits you.
Round the World Fare
Dream of travelling around the world? All you need is a Star Alliance Round the World Fare! If you want to travel globally, either for business or pleasure, the Round the World fare gives you exceptional flexibility in planning your itinerary. Use the online planning and booking tool to organise your ideal journey.
You can plan, book and buy your Round the World ticket easily with the Star Alliance Book and the Star Alliance Book and Fly tool on staralliance.com (Opens in new window).
- For further reservation changes, please contact the Star Alliance customer service center or the reservation center of EVA Air.
- For more information on terms and conditions and booking process for Round the World Fare, please visit Star Alliance FAQs (Opens in new window).
Circle Pacific Fare
The Star Alliance Circle fares provide comprehensive travel around the Asia and Pacific regions. They offer you a flexible and economical way to tour and explore. More information about the Circle Fares on Star Alliance.com (Opens in new window)
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