EVA Air / UNI Air Kaohsiung W14 International Service Changes

EVA Air and subsidiary UNI Air has adjusted its planned operations out of Kaohsiung, in the southern part of Taiwan, for flights on/after 26OCT14. The new adjustment sees the airline continues to phase out MD90 aircraft and replacing it with Airbus A321 aircraft.

Frequency Changes
Kaohsiung – Seoul Incheon EVA Air will continue to operate 7 weekly flights on/after 26OCT14, however operational schedule is being re-aligned to allow daily service. The airline is increasing service from 5 to 7 weekly from 01SEP14
BR172 KHH0830 – 1220ICN 321 36
BR172 KHH1545 – 1935ICN 321 x36

BR171 ICN1330 – 1535KHH 321 36
BR171 ICN2035 – 2240KHH 321 x36

Following routes carrying EVA Air’s BR code and UNI Air’s B7 code will see EVA Air Airbus A321 operating from 26OCT14, replacing MD90:
2 weekly Kaohsiung – Fuzhou
1 weekly Kaohsiung – Guangzhou (1 of 2 weekly operated by A321, replacing MD90)
2 weekly Kaohsiung – Hangzhou (currently 1 of 2 weekly operated by A321)
2 weekly Kaohsiung – Kunming (operational day changes from Day 37 to Day 27)
1 weekly Kaohsiung – Tianjin
3 weekly Kaohsiung – Zhengzhou

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