EVA Air / UNI Air Outlines Last MD90 Operations in May 2016

EVA Air and subsidiary UNI Air this month (June 2015) gradually updates operational schedule into first week of June 2016, which sees gradual retirement of MD90 aircraft. Based on OAG Schedules Analyser update as of the week of 14JUN15, tentatively scheduled last MD90 operation is 31MAY16.

The following is planned MD90 operational from 27MAR16 to 31MAY16, and corresponding weekly frequencies. Note the frequency listed below is strictly focusing on MD90 aircraft.

Taipei Taoyuan – Hong Kong Last MD90 flight on this route scheduled on 27MAR16
Kaohsiung – Guangzhou 1 weekly, last MD90 flight scheduled on 04MAY16
Kaohsiung – Zhengzhou 2 weekly, last flight 05MAY16
Kaohsiung – Ningbo 2 weekly, last flight 06MAY16
Kaohsiung – Macau 4 weekly, last flight 07MAY16
Kaohsiung – Qingdao 1 weekly UNI Air service, last flight 07MAY16
Kaohsiung – Fuzhou 2 weekly UNI Air service, last flight 08MAY16
Kaohsiung – Kunming 2 weekly UNI Air service, last flight 08MAY16
Taichung – Nanjing 1 weekly UNI Air service, last flight 27MAY16
Taichung – Shenzhen 2 weekly UNI Air service, last flight 28MAY16
Taichung – Seoul Incheon 2 weekly UNI Air service, last flight 29MAY16
Taichung – Changsha 1 weekly UNI Air service, last flight 30MAY16
Taichung – Macau 5 weekly service, last flight 30MAY16
Taichung – Guangzhou 2 weekly UNI Air service, last flight 31MAY16
Taichung – Hangzhou 1 weekly UNI Air service, tentatively scheduled as FINAL MD90 service on 31MAY16

Planned MD90 operational routes, frequencies and planned last service, remains subject to change.


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