EVA Air does not fly to Wuhan. Nevertheless, we are taking every precaution against the new coronavirus and making every effort to help prevent an epidemic. On all our flights to and from high-risk areas such as Mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau, we require crew members to wear sanitary masks and, after meals when they collect food trays from passengers, use gloves. If crew members on other routes encounter passengers who appear ill or seem to have a virus, they take precautions, wear masks and wash their hands frequently.
For passengers holding BR/B7 tickets issued on/before 22JAN2020 with confirmed bookings on BR/B7 international and cross-strait flights with connecting flights from/to Wuhan before 15FEB2020.
For passengers holding BR/B7 tickets issued on/before 13JAN2020 with confirmed bookings on BR/B7 international and cross strait flights between 12JAN2020 and 13JAN2020 that flights being cancelled or changed because of TAAL-VOLCANO.
Passengers holding Premium Economy tickets issued on/before 23DEC19 and traveling BR25/26 flight on/after 19MAY20 that no Premium Economy class service available due to aircraft changed.
For passengers holding confirmed BR2005/2006 Belgium-Amsterdam shuttle bus tickets issued on/before 05DEC19 and traveling on/after 01FEB20 that no shuttle bus service available due to termination of bus service.
For passengers holding BR/B7 tickets issued on/before 02DEC2019 with confirmed bookings on BR/B7 international and cross strait flights between 02DEC2019 and 03DEC2019 that flights being cancelled or changed because of Typhoon-KAMMURI.
EVA Special Livery Jets flight routes and numbers affected by aircraft scheduling are as follows
As foreign officials are visiting Japan from Oct. 19th to Oct. 26th, major traffic restrictions will be implemented on highways and expressways in the Tokyo area which may cause traffic congestion.
The Launch of “New Taipei City, New Adventure” Promotion featuring Value-For-Money Travel Packages exclusively for Malaysians.