In collaboration with Kyoto-based Michelin three-starred chef Motokazu Nakamura, EVA Air is introducing a new seasonal Kyoto-style inflight meal.
Beginning June 30, 2018, the U.S. Transport Security Administration (TSA) requires passengers travelling on U.S.-bound flights to undergo additional security measures.
Worldwide EVA Air passengers’ itinerary influenced by 18JUN’18 Osaka earthquake, which issued by EVA Air travel to/from Osaka shall waive refund/rebooking service fee under following condition:
This month, EVA Air continues its collaboration with Kyoto- based Michelin three-starred chef Motokazu Nakamura, known for his authentic Kyoto-style kaiseki cuisine.
EVA Air works to keep your inflight experience fresh by bringing you exciting new offerings from around the world.
EVA Air now serves sweet and spicy Candy Poppy Popcorn Mexican Chili in Premium Economy Class cabins on flights from Bangkok/Singapore/Ho Chi Minh City/Shanghai (Pudong) to Taiwan.
In April, EVA Air is proud to introduce a brand new complimentary drink, Cold-Pressed Honey Lemonade, in Royal Laurel/Premium Laurel/Business Class cabins on flights departing from Taiwan.
EVA cooperates with chef Motokazu Nakamura, who has received three Michelin stars for eight consecutive years, to serve up Kyoto-style kaiseki cuisine in Royal Laurel/ Premium Laurel/Business Class cabins on flights to Osaka and Tokyo (Narita).
EVA Special Livery Jets flight routes and numbers affected by aircraft scheduling are as follows