EVA Chooses “Taipei, Your Best Gateway to Asia” Message
EVA Air has chosen the marketing theme, “Taipei, Your Best Gateway to Asia” and posted the key message in prominent areas of major cities around the world, including New York’s landmark Times Square. EVA’s goal is to increase awareness of its exceptional SKYTRAX Five-Star Airline rated services and unsurpassed route network within Asia. With 82 weekly nonstop flights from its eight North American gateways to Asia and easy, one-stop connections from Taiwan’s Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) to over 45 major cities in Asia, EVA gives business and leisure travelers itinerary flexibility and welcomed convenience. Travelers can learn more about EVA’s services and book flights through travel agents or at www.evaair.com.
North America is an important market for EVA and, in addition to New York, it flies to/from Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Toronto and Vancouver. This is the fourth year in a row for EVA to earn certification as a SKYTRAX 5-Star Airline. Combined with its extraordinary services, its convenient route network within Asia and the comfort and ease of one-stop connections in Taipei, passengers are bound to find EVA an attractive choice. As an added benefit, EVA also offers the option of stopovers in Taiwan, a beautiful tropical and sub-tropical island known worldwide for its delicious foods.
EVA’s Times Square message is displayed in a high-visibility location, next to the spot where the ball will drop on New Year’s Eve. EVA will be posting messages in Times Square for the next year, spending this Thanksgiving and Christmas and the same holidays in 2020 with revelers, celebrating in the popular gathering place. EVA’s message is also likely to be seen by millions of people throughout the United States who will be bringing in the new year at parties with friends, in bars and restaurants or on their own couches, watching the ball drop on television or streaming it online. Other prominent locations where EVA has placed its message include Boulevard Haussmann in Paris, the EmQuartier shopping mall in Bangkok and Shinjuku Station in Tokyo.