EVA Air / UNI Air 16H1 MD90 Operations as of 30DEC15

EVA Air in its recent schedule update has further revised planned MD90 operations, including subsidiary UNI Air, for the first half of 2016. As of 30DEC15, latest adjustment as follow.

MD90 service to/from Taichung will be replaced by Airbus A321, effective 01JAN16. This remains unchanged.

The MD90 aircraft based in Taichung will be moved to Taipei Taoyuan from 01JAN16, however operation is being extended until first week of May 2016, instead of 26MAR16:

eff 01JAN16 Taipei Taoyuan – Shenyang 2 weekly until 06MAY16
eff 02JAN16 Taipei Taoyuan – Harbin 3 weekly until 08MAY16
eff 04JAN16 Taipei Taoyuan – Taiyuan 1 weekly until 02MAY16
eff 05JAN16 Taipei Taoyuan – Zhengzhou 1 weekly until 03MAY16
eff 05JAN16 Taipei Taoyuan – Dalian 1 weekly until 03MAY16

MD90 operation at Kaohsiung in Southern Taiwan, remains unchanged, which will continue to operate until late-MAy 2016, with overall last MD90 operation remains unchanged on 31MAY16. The following is MD90 operational routes and its planned last operational date:

26MAY16 Kaohsiung – Guangzhou (previously planned on 25MAY16)
28MAY16 Kaohsiung – Qingdao
29MAY16 Kaohsiung – Fuzhou
30MAY16 Kaohsiung – Wuxi
30MAY16 Kaohsiung – Zhengzhou
31MAY16 Kaohsiung – Kunming
31MAY16 Kaohsiung – Ningbo

EVA Air and UNI Air’s MD90 is currently operated by UNI Air. Routes listed above represents scheduled operation, as MD90 aircraft is also scheduled to operate on selected extra flights to China (not listed above), during Chinese New Year in 2016.


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